Ram looks at the bigger picture

By Laura Stadler, June 28, 2013

Andy Ram believes that Israel’s top players are more concerned about Davis Cup glory than doing well at the grand slam events.

Ram and Eric Butorac tumbled out of the Men’s Doubles at Wimbledon in the first round, going down against Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares.


Levine looks ahead to Davis Cup semis

By Danny Caro, June 28, 2013

Jesse Levine says his Davis Cup dream is driving him on at Wimbledon.

The tenacious 25-year-old set up a second-round clash against eighth seed Juan Martin Del Potro after Guido Pella was forced to retire injured following a bad fall during their first-round clash on Tuesday.


Levine outsted by Del Potro

By Danny Caro, June 27, 2013

Jesse Levine produced a battling performance before bowing out of Wimbledon against eighth seed Juan Martin Del Potro on Centre Court on Thursday.

Having beaten Guido Pella in round one, Levine had no answer to the power of the big Argentine in the opening set which he lost 6-2.


Levine looking to be top of the shocks

By Danny Caro, June 27, 2013

Jesse Levine believes he has a fighting chance of surprising eighth seed Martin Juan Del Potro when the pair meet on Centre Court on Thursday.

A first-round winner over Guido Pella, the Canadian is relishing being first up on the showpiece court at Wimbledon.

"I know I'll have to move him around to stand a chance of winning," Levine told JC Sport.


Wimbledon: Day 2 review

By Danny Caro, June 25, 2013

Jesse Levine moved into the second round of the Men's Singles after opponent Guido Pella was forced to retire in a five-set thriller on Court Seven on Tuesday.

Levine of America stormed into a two-set lead with some booming shots putting him in a strong position.

But Pella of Argentina fought back to win the next two sets, only for a leg injury to end his chances.


Wimbledon: Day 1 review

By Danny Caro, June 24, 2013

Shahar Peer bowed out of the Ladies Doubles competition in the first round as she and partner Zi Yan were beaten by the fifth seeds.

Peer, who failed to reach the main draw in the Ladies Singles, ended a miserable few days, going down 6-4, 6-4 against fifth seeds Raquel Kops-Jones and Abigail Spears.


Wimbledon qualifiers review

By Danny Caro, June 17, 2013

There will be no Israelis in the main draw of the Singles competitions at Wimbledon after Shahar Peer and Julia Glushko failed at the final hurdle of the qualifying competition.

Peer had progressed through two qualifying rounds, but she bowed out in the third round, losing 6-3, 6-0 to Michelle Larcher De Britto of Portugal on Court 3 on Thursday.


Early exit for Peer at French Open

By Danny Caro, May 27, 2013

Shahar Peer crashed out of the French Open grand slam at the first hurdle after being outclassed by fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska in under an hour.

Peer was beaten 6-1, 6-1 as her miserable run of form continues.

And to make matters worse, Peer lost the title of no. 1 Israeli in the WTA rankings by Julia Glushko.


Super Sela on the up

By Simon Griver, May 24, 2013

Dudi Sela regained his place in the top 100 after winning the Bosun Challenger tournament in South Korea.

The Israeli climbed to 88th place in the ATP rankings and although he has refused to play in the qualifying rounds of the French Open, he hopes to make the main draw as a lucky loser.

Sela will play in the Nottingham Challenger next month followed by the Wimbledon qualifiers.


Wimbledon woe for Israel

By Simon Griver, May 10, 2013

Israel’s top two players – Shahar Peer and Dudi Sela - will need to qualify for the main draw at this year’s Wimbledon grand slam after sliding down the rankings.

A series of poor performances from Peer (104) and Sela (107) means that there will be no Israeli players in the main Singles draw.