Tennis Today: Andy Murray news, Nick Kyrgios set for charity match, Roger Federer plays cameraman
In Tennis Today, we have plenty about the launch of Andy Murray: Resurfacing while Nick Kyrgios and Roger Federer also feature.
What’s on the site
If you have been living under a rock, we will fill you in quickly.
Monday was the launch of the Amazon Prime documentary Andy Murray: Resurfacing and Tennis365 was there!
Here is Michael Graham’s take as he says “Andy Murray: Resurfacing provides a unique portrait of an icon”.
Then we also had Kevin Palmer talking to the man himself before the premiere and Murray revealed he nearly quit tennis for good last summer.
We also have an exclusive with Mark Petchey as the Amazon Prime pundit explains there is one more question that Murray needs to answer before his comeback is complete.
The 2019 season is over, but we got you covered for the 2020 campaign in terms of speciality tennis betting odds with the likes of Betway. Derek Bilton is backing Stefanos Tsitsipas and Bianca Andreescu big time.
The Davis Cup is also still in the news and Gerard Pique says Roger Federer doesn’t want to get involved in the revamped tournament as he is “protecting his baby”, the Laver Cup.
What’s in the news
Staying with the Davis Cup, the Tennis Podcast discusses whether or not the new-look tournament was a success.
If you wanted a showbiz spin on the Andy Murray: Resurfacing premiere, then Daily Mail is your go-to place.
“Stylish Kim, 31, upstaged her husband in the fashion department by wearing a purple velvet blazer and trousers, which she wore over a dotted sweater,” is the sentence you have been dying to read.
“Kim’s brunette tresses were styled in loose curls and she and Sir Andy looked very much in love in their cosy pose.”
What are the bookies saying
Well, if you were to bet on tennis at Betway there are some tasty looking fixtures in their ‘Daily Tennis Matches’ section of the site.
What’s on social media
We all know Nick Kyrgios loves his hoops and he loves to give back. So no surprises that he is “down” for a charity match in Sydney.
I’m down 🙏🏽☘️ https://t.co/YHrrVg6H4Q
— Nicholas Kyrgios (@NickKyrgios) November 26, 2019
Maria Sharapova’s workout with a view.
Introducing Roger Federer the cameraman.
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) November 25, 2019
Stefanos Tsitsipas living his best life.
View this post on Instagram
And before he was a cameraman, Federer had a jolly good time with Alexander Zverev in Ecuador.
In case you missed it, Rafael Nadal has reached the magical 200 in terms of weeks as the world No 1.
What’s on TV
The players are enjoying a break, and so should you.
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