{country_name} ↓ TRANS_MENU
Choose your location:
My coverMy coverMy cover

What's happening now?

Login Login with Facebook
Incorrect user or password!
1

British tennis stars 'too spoilt' to win major tournaments

Belgian Julien Hoferlin, 47, the coach of British men's No 2 Dan Evans, was speaking after the 24-year-old lost in the first round."He (Evans) has the potential to make himself a top-60 player, but he makes no sacrifices," said Hoferlin."He doesn't understand that tennis has to be his priority. The players are too spoilt.".

Belgian Julien Hoferlin, 47, the coach of British men’s No 2 Dan Evans, was speaking after the 24-year-old lost in the first round.

“He (Evans) has the potential to make himself a top-60 player, but he makes no sacrifices,” said Hoferlin.

“He doesn’t understand that tennis has to be his priority. The players are too spoilt.”

Express
27/06
3 Points
1

People Elisabeth Moss joins J.G. Ballard thriller adaptation

The Mad Men star and The Hobbit actor Luke Evans have been cast in the big screen version of the novelist's 1975 book about residents of a luxurious apartment building who end up at war with one another.Moss and Evans will play a "trouble-making" couple in the film.The actors join previously cast stars Tom Hiddleston and Sienna Miller as the leads, as well as Jeremy Irons and James Purefoy.

The Mad Men star and The Hobbit actor Luke Evans have been cast in the big screen version of the novelist's 1975 book about residents of a luxurious apartment building who end up at war with one another.

Moss and Evans will play a "trouble-making" couple in the film.

The actors join previously cast stars Tom Hiddleston and Sienna Miller as the leads, as well as Jeremy Irons and James Purefoy.

Express
26/06
14 Points
1

Sports Dan Evans' conqueror sends David Ferrer tumbling out of tournament

Dan Evans' conqueror came through a gruelling five-setter 6-7 (7-5) 6-0 3-6 6-3 6-2.The world number 118 was edged out in a nervy tie-breaker in the first but came flying out of the traps in the second.Ferrer looked to be losing his way before grabbing the third set.But back fought Kuzentsov and he won the match with a flourish.The world number 118 has now won back-to-back matches on grass, but it is back to the drawing board for Ferrer.

Dan Evans' conqueror came through a gruelling five-setter 6-7 (7-5) 6-0 3-6 6-3 6-2.

The world number 118 was edged out in a nervy tie-breaker in the first but came flying out of the traps in the second.

Ferrer looked to be losing his way before grabbing the third set.

But back fought Kuzentsov and he won the match with a flourish.

The world number 118 has now won back-to-back matches on grass, but it is back to the drawing board for Ferrer.

Express
25/06
2 Points
1

Sports Dan Evans unable to stem the tide as Brits lose way at Wimbledon

Andrey Kuznetsov came through in four sets - 6-1, 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 to beat the plucky Brit.

Evans was blown away in the first set with Kuzentsov racking up winner after winner.

And when Kuznetsov took the second, it seemed a mountain for Evans to climb.

But he turned it around to take the third and battled hard in the fourth.

Evans was playing off the cuff at times and without inhibition and saved two match points, but Kuznetsov sealed it with a blistering cross-court forehand winner.

The wait for Evans' first win at Wimbledon continues.

Express
24/06
1 Points
Ad
Ad
Ad