I'd give top job to Hoddle

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2016

Square pegs into round holes … it was destined to end in failure. But it’s the kids I feel most sorry for. I’ve lost count of the number of false dawns when it comes to the England national team approaching a major football tournament, but the latest offering was simply pathetic.


Wimbledon woe for Erlich but Lipsky reaches round three

By Laura Stadler, July 5, 2016

Jonathan Erlich expressed disappointment after tumbling out in the first round of the Men's Doubles at Wimbledon.

Partnering Brit Colin Fleming, the Israeli admits it was an opportunity missed against Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray.

"Obviously I’m very disappointed that we lost," said Erlich. "I thought we had a good chance to win this match, especially at the end."


Schwartzman frustrated after five-set defeat against Haase

By Laura Stadler, June 29, 2016

Diego Schwartzman struggled to explain his first-round defeat against Robin Haase.

An upset looked on the cards early on as Schwartzman of Argentina won the opening set 6-2 on Court 5. Haase bounced back to win the next two 6-2, 6-3 before Schwartzman rediscovered his rhythm to win the fourth 6-2. But he was unable to see the match as Haase won an epic contest 7-5 in the fifth.


Giorgi has no regrets after early Wimbledon exit

By Danny Caro, June 29, 2016

Camila Giorgi insists she has no regrets following her first-round defeat against second-seed Garbiñe Muguruza in the Ladies Singles.

Giorgi, 24, pushed the 2015 runner-up all the way on Centre Court in a pulsating match that lasted more than two-and-a-half hours.


Sela outclassed by Ferrer in first round at Wimbledon

By Danny Caro, June 27, 2016

Dudi Sela reflected on a bad day at the office after tumbling out against David Ferrer on the opening day of Wimbledon.

Having recently lost to the seeded Spaniard in Holland, the odds were stacked against the Israeli but he simply had no answer against his opponent who targeted Sela's weak forehand.


Giorgi, Sela and Schwartzman in action on opening day of Wimbledon

By Danny Caro, June 27, 2016

Camila Giorgi will be looking a poor run of form behind her when she takes on 2015 runner-up Garbiñe Muguruza on the opening day of Wimbledon.

Giorgi, who is 24 and from Italy, has it all to do against the powerful Muguruza who will be buoyed by her recent success at the French Open.


Sela beats world No. 30 at Nottingham Open

By Danny Caro, June 21, 2016

Dudi Sela stormed into the third round of the Nottingham Open after surprising world No. 30 Joao Sousa of Portugal.

Sela, 31, was in impressive form in the first set which he won 6-3 before holding his nerve to see out the match after a second-set tie-break in a match lasting one hour and 29 minutes.


Sela seals place at Rio 2016 Olympics

By Simon Griver, June 7, 2016

Dudi Sela has qualified for the Men's tennis tournament at the Olympics for the first time in his career.

Despite dropping six places to 68 in this week's world rankings, which determine Olympic qualification, the 31-year-old Israeli has made the cut for Rio, but only just.


Oliel wins first junior tennis grand slam title

By Simon Griver and Danny Caro, June 6, 2016

Israeli tennis sensation Yshai Oliel secured his first Grand Slam title after partnering Patrik Rikl to win the Boys Doubles crown at the French Open.


Giorgi cruises into round two at French Open

By Danny Caro, May 25, 2016

Camila Giorgi eased into the second round of the Ladies Singles at the French Open following a straight sets victory over Alizé Lim.

Giorgi of Italy was far from her fluent best, producing 31 unforced errors in a 6-3, 6-2 victory.

Giorgi will play Kiki Bertens in round two. Bertens surprised third seed Angelique Kerber in three sets, winning the decider 6-3.