As tennis prepares for the second slam of the season, we look at the players who have raised their game the most in the past year.
Alexander Zverev has a chance to bag a second clay-court Masters title for the year having already reached the quarterfinals in Rome. Whether he defends his Rome title or not, 2018 is shaping up to be Zverev’s best career performance on clay so far. How has he managed to raise his game on the red dirt?
With his first major clay event in 2018, Nadal has set the stage for one of the most efficient clay seasons of his career.
As the tour prepares for Monte Carlo, Rafael Nadal finds himself at the top of the clay-adjusted Elo ratings for the first time since 2014.