Monday will see Andy Murray return to Centre Court at Wimbledon in a bid to repeat his historic success from last year. Here I run the rule over the potential contenders for the third Grand Slam event of the year, and it looks as if it could be one of the most unpredictable major events in recent years, following this morning's draw.
The grass court swing got underway last weekend with two very popular minor tournaments in London and Halle. Federer, Nadal, Murray, Raonic, Berdych and Wawrinka were all in action as all of the players ramped up their preparations for Wimbledon.
Here are the biggest winners and losers from the first week of grass court play in 2014:
With the qualifying rounds now in their final stages of completion, the draw is nearly full for this year's French Open, which will see Rafael Nadal gun for his 9th title in Paris and Novak Djokovic pursue his career slam.
Friday's draw ceremony threw up some interesting prospective clashes. Here, I analyse how it panned out for some of this year's key participants:
This morning I discussed the reasons why Rafael Nadal will still go into Roland Garros as the man to beat, despite his indifferent clay form that could easily have seen him go to Paris without a title since Rio de Janeiro.
Here's a look at some of the main contenders to topple the Spaniard at the 2014 French Open, and how I think they'll ultimately fare at the second Grand Slam event of the year:
We're approaching the business end of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia and there's no shortage of exciting clashes to look forward to on Friday.
Here's my say on today's round three matches, as well as some statistics and predictions for tomorrows quarter-finals:
Tricky conditions greeted the likes of Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal as they began their latest campaigns in a very windy Rome on Wednesday. The big guns adapted with varying levels of success at the fifth Masters 1000 event of 2014. Here are the main talking points from another fascinating day of tennis: