Tag : kyle edmund

British tennis is on the up

2 years ago / 0 comments

As sport fans in Britain we are used to disappointment. It’s an expectation so engrained in us from a young age that there’s a certain sense of inevitability whenever we lose a penalty shoot-out, or participate in any Rugby World Cup that isn’t 2003. For the last few decades no … Read More

Murray Master Class Steers Great Britain to Davis Cup Glory

3 years ago / 0 comments

ANDY Murray has once again written his name into the history books of British tennis as he led his nation to their first David Cup title since 1936, a time when King Edward VIII was still sitting comfortably on the throne. In doing so, Murray became only the fourth player … Read More

Watershed Moment for British Tennis

3 years ago / 0 comments

THE Davis Cup reaches its denouement this weekend, with Great Britain (consisting of Kyle Edmund, James Ward and the Murray brothers) hoping to overturn 79 years of hurt. In recent decades, the team have been considered a bit of a laughing stock in the tournament, with humiliating defeats to the … Read More