Wimbledon was smashing, says Reinberg

By Laura Stadler, July 10, 2015

American teenager Emil Reinberg “loved” his first Wimbledon experience after succumbing in the second round of the Junior Boys Singles.

"I like playing on grass, but I know I need to make some improvements and keep working on my forehand."


Giorgi ready to go again

By Danny Caro, July 10, 2015

Camila Giorgi offered no excuses after tumbling out in the third round of the Ladies Singles.

Giorgi, 23, went on to Court 1 with impressive victories over Lara Arruabarrena and Teliana Pereira under her belt but she was far from her best against the fifth-seeded Caroline Wozniacki.


Erlich ready for Davis Cup test

By Danny Caro, July 10, 2015

Jonathan Erlich believes his epic run at Wimbledon will stand him in good stead for Israel’s forthcoming Davis Cup clash against Slovenia.

Erlich and partner Philipp Petzschner set the men’s doubles competition alight with some scintillating tennis after coming through the qualifiers, playing in their first tournament together.


This year’s Wimbledon has been a real love affair

By Danny Caro, July 10, 2015

There’s been a real family feel around Wimbledon this week. First I had Jonathan Erlich telling me about the difficulty in spending time away from loved ones. Then, on the other side of the coin, American prodigy Emil Reinberg revealed he goes everywhere with his. Likewise Camila Giorgi, whose dad is rarely out of sight. He simply lives, eats and breathes tennis.


Wimbledon review Erlich beaten by Murray in semi-finals

By Danny Caro, July 9, 2015

Jonathan Erlich's heroic run at Wimbledon ended at the semi-final stage after he and Philipp Petzschner were beaten in a four-set thriller on Centre Court on Thursday night.

The pair came through the qualifiers before mounting an excellent run in the Men's Singles but their hopes were shattered by Jamie Murray and John Peers.


Wimbledon Day Eight Erlich storms into Men's Doubles semis

By Danny Caro, July 7, 2015

Jonathan Erlich and Philipp Petzschner marched into the semi-finals of the Men's Doubles competition at Wimbledon.

Erlich of Israel and Petzschner of Germany upstaged second seeds Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo on Court 18.

Dodig and Melo took the first set 6-4 but Erlich and Petzchner rallied superbly to take sets two and three 6-2.


Wimbledon Day Seven review Reinberg reaches round two

By Laura Stadler, July 7, 2015

Emil Reinberg admits there is room for improvement after coming through a first-round thriller against Frederico Bonacia in the opening round of the Junior Boys Singles.

"It was tough because it was my first slam and I just kind of hung in there,” said Reinberg.


Erlich targeting doubles glory at Wimbledon

By Danny Caro, July 6, 2015

Jonathan Erlich is on a mission to put Israeli tennis back on the map, but he wants to win the Men’s Doubles title at Wimbledon first.

Having won the Australian Open in 2008 with Andy Ram, Erlich is this year partnering Philipp Petzschner, the 2010 champion, and he could face fellow Jewish player Scott Lipsky in round two.


Wimbledon Day Six review Erlich reaches quarter-finals

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2015

Jonathan Erlich and Philipp Petzschner marched into the quarter-finals of the Men's Doubles competition after coming through a four-set thriller at Wimbledon on Saturday.

The Israel/German team overcame the challenge of Marcus Daniell and Marcelo Demoliner in a cracking contest on Court 7.


Wimbledon Day Four Giorgi progresses into round three

By Danny Caro, July 2, 2015

Camila Giorgi of Italy moved safely into the third round of the Ladies Singles following a straight sets victory over Lara Arruabarrena of Spain.

Giorgi, the last remaining Jewish player in the singles, breezed to a 6-0 win in the opening set, playing some flawless tennis.