Even for Roger Federer, these were two remarkable weeks. Thirty-five years of age, in his first tournament for six months and seeded seventeenth with a merciless draw, nobody gave him a title shot.
"The second half of 2016 has simply felt like Murray’s time. He has stepped up and pocketed title after title, and he deserves enormous credit for doing so."
Just at the moment, Djokovic is not playing the best tennis in the world. That honour unarguably lies with Andy Murray.
Stan Wawrinka and Angelique Kerber - the two singles champions at the US Open - represent tennis' late-bloomer age. Matt Roberts looks at their rise and analyses their victories in New York.
Britain's best female tennis player for 30 years - Jo Konta - has broken her title duck and is on the verge of the top-10. Matt Roberts explores the reasons behind her remarkable transformation.
Murray wins Wimbledon in straightforward fashion to capture a much-deserved third grand slam title. Matt Roberts reviews the final and considers the Great Briton's place in the game.
"You don’t have to like Djokovic. But don’t call him a robot. Instead, adjust your definition of what’s humanly possible on a tennis court." After Novak Djokovic completed the career Grand Slam by finally winning the French Open, Matt Roberts...