It would be easy to look at the 2019 French Open Women’s Singles quarter-final draw and see a picture of carnage, where unheralded names have run amok while seeds have departed Roland Garros with their tails between their legs.
However, a bit of research into the players who beaten stars such as Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka reveals that reports of chaos are greatly exaggerated. Continue reading Why The So-Called Upsets In The French Open Women’s Singles Draw Are Not Shocking
Johanna Konta is the first British woman to reach the last eight of the French Open since 1983 after she beat Donna Vekic 6-2 6-4. Continue reading Johanna Konta Continues Charge Into French Open Quarter-Final
Konta, Azarenka, Sakkari and Mladenovic made significant breakthroughs in Rome which could affect the rest of the year. Continue reading Konta leads the way as underdogs flourish in Rome
The most striking aspect of Great Britain’s promotion-sealing 3-1 win over Kazakhstan in the Fed Cup was the courage of Johanna Konta and Katie Boulter to come through in difficult circumstances. Continue reading Konta and Boulter show courage to secure historic Fed Cup promotion for Great Britain
Take a look at why Johanna Konta and Katie Boulter are Britain’s Shining Lights in the Fed Cup. Continue reading Johanna Konta and Katie Boulter – Britain’s Shining Lights
Great Britain are playing their first home Fed Cup tie since 1993. Here is all you need to know: Continue reading Fed Cup in Bath – Your Essential Guide
Great Britain were desperate to get a home tie for the first time since 1993 when the draw was made for the Fed Cup World Group II play-off, but they should be happy with an away tie against Japan. Continue reading Great Britain get good draw in Fed Cup play-off