Sporting legacy is determined by how you play the game as it is by how much you win.
Last night, tennis world number 1 Novak Djokovic continued his relentless march towards sporting immortality after ruthlessly dismantling one of the sport’s all time greats, Rafa Nadal, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3, to win the Australian Open for a record seventh time. His pulverising manner of victory was the kind of humiliating punishment the best players dish out to the … Read the rest
Since my previous post, it would seem Jordan Spieth is fallible after all, or rather the blustery Augusta wind has rendered him human and enabled a fast finishing Rory Mcllroy to get within one shot of his lead. Like I said, sport thrives on rivalries and they don’t come any bigger than golf’s two young guns going club to club in the final group in the penultimate round of the Masters. Let’s hope the two Major winning stars are able to live up to their … Read the rest