Tennis Today: Roger Federer and Serena Williams make ‘superhumans’ list, Gael Monfils magic
In Tennis Today, Roger Federer and Serena Williams made the top five a poll about the ultimate “superhumans” while Gael Monfils does Gael Monfils things.
What’s on the site
The big news on Thursday was Patrick Mouratoglou, he who was at the centre of the Serena Williams coaching debacle at the US Open, calling on authorities to allow on-court coaching at Grand Slams.
Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic is currently in possession of two Grand Slams and Greg Rusedski sees no reason why he can’t win all four majors again. Agree?
What’s in the news
Caroline Wozniacki has joined the crypto currency world with Reuters reporting the Australian Open champion has signed deal with a Singaporean company to launch her own crypto token.
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, the man whose company is behind the revamped Davis Cup, has apparently travelled 46,772km the past two months as his “growing tennis commitments have taken him from the US to Shanghai”, as per the Daily Mail.
Tennis duo Roger Federer and Serena Williams made the top five of the ultimate “superhumans” public poll, reports The Independent.
“The public was asked to name living people who possessed attributes most of us could only dream of having” and Federer came fourth and Williams fifth.
Winner? Usain Bolt!
Express Sport reveals that Eugenie Bouchard sparked an “Israel Palestine debate with bikini Instagram snap”.
We’ll be honest, it’s just the usual Instagram/social media comments.
What’s on social media
Gael Monfils magic.
Daria Kasatkina turns into the Russian Wall.
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It’s on! Naomi Osaka accepts Michael B. Jordan’s invite (date).
What’s on TV
Sky is not broadcasting any of the ATP events this week.
WTA Kremlin Cup
LIVE – BT Sport 1
WTA Luxembourg Open
LIVE – BT Sport ESPN
Montreal Masters: What time are the Brits in action and how to watch
Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans and Jack Draper are still in the hunt in Montreal.
Serena Williams admits being terrible at goodbyes after Toronto loss
The 6-2 6-4 second-round loss to Belinda Bencic at the National Bank Open followed her first singles win in more than a year.
Nick Kyrgios takes it up a notch as he downs World No 1 in Montreal
Nick Kyrgios has vanquished Daniil Medvedev.
Jack Draper upsets Stefanos Tsitsipas for first top ten win of his career
British number two Dan Evans, meanwhile, shocked eighth-ranked Andrey Rublev.
Toronto Masters: How to watch the Canadian Open women’s singles
What a day in Toronto!
Montreal Masters: How to watch Cameron Norrie in action
Cameron Norrie is the first of three Brits in action in the singles in Montreal today.
Mike Tyson marvels at transformative power of tennis
Mike Tyson’s daughter Milan is a budding tennis star.
Coco Gauff moves on but Emma Raducanu suffers first-round exit in Toronto
The British number one was beaten 7-6 (0) 6-2 by Camila Giorgi but fellow teen sensation Coco Gauff moved on.
Nick Kyrgios has mixed feelings ahead of Daniil Medvedev showdown
Nick Kyrgios faces a test of his rich vein of form.