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Roland Garros diary
SA's Kevin Anderson brings you his thoughts as he takes on the world's best on the clay courts of Roland Garros. Read full blog
Wimbledon diary
July 12 - It was an historic final weekend at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Read full blog
Australian Open diary
3 February - I have now headed home to Florida from Brisbane International Airport in order to begin training for the US hard-court tournaments. Read full blog
A wildcard worth playing
Yesterday marked the commencement of the final Major tennis event of the year, the US Open. I’m thrilled to be competing in New York this year, armed with a career-high ranking of 14th. Read full blog
Hitting new heights
There was plenty to be proud of after my 2015 grass court campaign. I achieved a career-high ranking of 14 after reaching my first final on turf. Read full blog
On Wimbledon and my Davis Cup decision
We are without a doubt commencing tennis’ finest hour. I am filled with excitement and anticipation of the weeks to come at the Wimbledon Championships located in SW19. Read full blog
A smashing start
The second Major of the year is now in full swing and, without a doubt, the 2014 edition of the French Open will prove to be one of the most exciting and interesting in years. Read full blog
The best is yet to come
It almost seems impossible to think that the first Grand Slam of the year is already behind us – time really does fly. Read full blog
Open season
For many tennis fans, Australia’s Summer of Tennis campaign kicks off the start of The Tour year, culminating in the always-exciting Australian Open at Melbourne Park. Read full blog
Challenging the system
Tennis can be a tough sport. There are days when you win matches that you shouldn’t. There are also days when you feel like you really should have won the match but didn’t. Read full blog
Chasing golf carts and rankings
It’s a very interesting time of year for tennis. While there are no more Grand Slam events on the calendar, two very important Master Series events in Shanghai, which is ongoing, and Paris remain. Read full blog
Changing of the guard
I hope many of you were able to watch one of the most historic US Opens in recent history. Read full blog
A New York state of mind
Although entry deadlines for tennis tournaments typically take place one month before the actual event, that’s not where the scheduling decisions end. Read full blog
Learning points from Paris
A lot changes during the two weeks of a Grand Slam. The first few days are chaotic with several hundred tennis players all going about their business. Read full blog
Postcard from Paris
As tennis fans across the globe either descend on the grounds of Roland Garros or turn on their TVs, the 2014 edition of the French Open will be underway. Read full blog
Onwards and upwards
As we dig deeper into the clay-court season, I’ve recognised that playing on clay requires a bit more adaption and time to adjust. Read full blog
“Here’s looking at you kid”
Tennis must surely involve one of the more challenging travel schedules of any professional sport. As I found out during the most recent North American hard court swing of tournaments, sometimes the better your results, the worse your travel arrangements. Read full blog
Heat waves and hard-fought wins
With the Australian Open behind me, now is an important time to reflect on my results from the first Slam of the year. Read full blog
'The Happy Slam'
It’s a new year and a new beginning for the tennis season – starting with the first Grand Slam, the Australian Open. Read full blog
Private islands and preparation
The ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London brought down the curtain on the 2013 season. The year-ending event is very special in that it showcases the top eight male players in world tennis. Read full blog