It’s time for the final entry in our trajectory series for 2017. The quarter-final match-ups are set, the tickets have been sold and the order of play has been announced. All that&rsqu&hell…Read More
The 2017 Men’s Championship ended with a familiar face holding the trophy, as Roger Federer captured his 19th Grand Slam Championship and record 8th Wimbledon title. A straight sets vi… Read More
So, another Wimbledon Championships has come and gone and with that it’s time to draw a line under the Ladies’ Singles Championships, which has been particularly exciting this ye… Read More
Continuing from where we left off, the Trajectory is back as the two TennisTrumpet contributors predict the outcomes of the four women’s quarter-finals and the eventual path to the Ven… Read More
Well, the first week of Wimbledon has gone by quicker than a Roger Federer service hold to love, so TennisTrumpet thought that this was an opportune moment, to have a change of ends, sit dow… Read More
We brought you the statistical leaders from Week 1 of the Men’s Singles, so it’s only right that we bring you Wimbledon’s leading ladies. So, get yourself a cup of tea, cof… Read More
“If I have to make a tackle then I have already made a mistake,” those are the words of Paolo Maldini, who played 126 times for Italy and won the European Cup on 5 occasions. Now… Read More
It’s that time again. The Trajectory time. The quarter-finals have arrived on time unlike a South Western train. No time for waiting, no time for gazing out of the window or staring at… Read More
5. Nadal might be beatable Unlike the clay season this isn’t Rafael Nadal’s favorite surface, even though he has lifted the men’s singles trophy on two occasions at the All… Read More
Now that Roland Garros has come to an end it’s time to look at over the tournament statistics. Tennis Trumpet did all the hard work for you and have complied a breakdown of the tournam… Read More
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