The ATP World rankings currently has a familiar, but at the same time unusual, look to it. At the top sit Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, just as if it was 2007 again, but beneath them lie a host of new names and rising stars who are all keen to capitalise on the injury struggles[…]
It’s hard to remember a week of international football like this one. One full of so many shocks and stories and of twists and turns. International football gets a bad reputation, but where does it actually come from? Maybe we should make more of an effort to try. There was drama everywhere this week, it’s just a shame it was seen by so few. By Jamie Braidwood
Missed last week’s Football Round Up on Radio ENRG? Catch up now as David Ronney, Bryce Donaldson and Gregor Kerr discuss Hibernian’s draw at Celtic Park and Rangers’ convincing win against Hamilton Accies.
Rugby is facing a crisis. The sport’s links to concussions and brain injuries have been well documented in recent years, but is this a problem rugby will be able to tackle? One solution would be to ban contact in youth rugby. A controversial move that would threaten the very principles of the sport. By Ryan Nixon
It’s a 45 minutes that Scotland fans will be wanting to forget very quickly. Even by 7pm on Sunday evening, fans were trying their best to put the result and the reality of the situation to the back of their minds. But the pain of another failure will never disappear. By Jamie Braidwood
Nick Kyrgios was up to his usual tricks in Beijing on Sunday, but Rafael Nadal was undisturbed. He remained cool and calm to collect his sixth title of the season. By Jade du Preez. In true style, world number 1 Rafael Nadal won his 75th title at the China Open in an hour and 32[…]
Everybody loves a comeback kid. Strange that the hero in question is a three time world champion, but Petter Solberg achieved something genuinely astonishing on the penultimate round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Germany last weekend. By Luke Barry.
By Luka Kenyon. Welsh four-piece Pretty Vicious played to an excited crowd in Glasgow on Thursday night. The young rockers played the final night of their whistle-stop tour of the UK in Glasgow’s famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. Their was a huge buzz of excitement as the boys took to the stage in the[…]