Miami Predictions

This week the tour moves into Miami for the second premier mandatory event of the year. Serena pulled out of this event and defending champion Victoria Azarenka will also be missing. I hope I will be able to watch more of this tournament than Indian Wells as the time difference is better. Quarter 1 Kerber…

2017 Brisbane Predictions

The first tournament of the year starts tomorrow in Brisbane and sees world number 1 Angelique Kerber as the top seed along with four other top 10 players. The tournament suffers this year with the tournament in Auckland having the better line-up this year attracting Serena Williams among others. So let’s get started.   Quarter…

Prediction: 2017 Top 10

The 2017 season is just around the corner and it’s time to predict who I think will end the year in the top 10. But first let’s look at how I did in last year’s predictions. I correctly predicted that Serena, Halep, Muguruza, Radwanska, Kerber and Pliskova would end the year in the top 10…

Wimbledon 2016 Predictions

It’s been a while since I did one of these predictions I have been so busy with uni stuff but I’m back now and there is no better place to start then with Wimbledon.   Top half Quarter 1 Serena Williams (1) v Roberta Vinci (6) Serena Williams is once again the top seed at…

2016 St Petersburg

In the first tournament after the Australian Open where Angelique Kerber won her first Grand Slam title the tours rolls into Russia and for the first time the tour will go to St Petersburg where the top seed here is Belinda Bencic with the rest of the seeds coming from the top 40. 1st Quarter…

Australian Open

2016 Australian open It’s almost time for the first Grand Slam of the year. It has come around so around so fast it’s seems like only yesterday I was waiting for the season to start up again. First round play starts up on Monday. As the slam is down under it is the hardest to…

Auckland 2016: Preview and Predictions

This is the other international that is going on this week its headlined by last year’s finalist Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki and the 2014 champion Ana Ivanovic with the remainder of the seeds coming from the top 45. The rest of the field is made up of Top 80 and is a strong one…