Another season of ATP and WTA tennis gets underway in 2018. Will it be another year to remember for Roger Federer? Will Great Britain’s Andy Murray and Jo Konta return to their best? Visit this page for my latest tennis blog posts. For past pieces, visit my archives.
2018 KEY DATES
15th-28th January: Australian Open, Melbourne (Women’s singles Champion: Caroline Wozniacki. Men’s singles Champion: Roger Federer)
- Australian Open 2018 preview: Who will triumph in Melbourne?
- Australian Open 2018: Top 5 matches (Day One)
- Australian Open 2018: Top 5 matches (Day Two)
- Australian Open 2018: Top 5 matches (Day Three)
- Australian Open 2018: Top 5 matches (Day Four)
- Australian Open 2018: Talking points (Day Five)
- Chung Hyeon: The Korean making history at the 2018 Australian Open.
2nd-4th February: Spain vs. Great Britain, Davis Cup (Spain win 3-1)
7th-10th February: Fed Cup Euro/Africa Group I- Great Britain in Estonia (GB through to World Group II play-offs)
21-22nd April: Japan vs. Great Britain, Fed Cup World Group II play-offs. (Japan win 3-2)
27th May-10th June: French Open, Roland Garros (Women’s single’s Champion: Simona Halep. Men’s single’s Champion: Rafael Nadal)
18th-24th June: Queen’s/Birmingham (Champion: Marin Cilic)
22nd-30th June: Aegon International, Eastbourne (Champion: Caroline Wozniacki)
2nd-15th July: Wimbledon (Women’s single’s Champion: Angelique Kerber. Men’s single’s Champion: Novak Djokovic)
27th August- 9th September: US Open, Flushing Meadows
22nd-28th October: WTA Finals, Singapore
10th-11th November: Fed Cup final
12th-18th November: ATP Finals, O2 Arena
23rd-25th November: Davis Cup final
OTHER FEATURE PIECES
- Lucas Pouille punctures Andy Murray’s comeback at Cincinnati.
- Footballer Gerard Pique is showing his business ambitions with plans to reform Tennis’ Davis Cup into an 18-nation extravaganza, but his proposal needs some finishing touches.