“If he is desperate for the success and the dominance he had for so many years then it will come back.” Mark Petchey believes Novak Djokovic can return to his best.
"The masterstroke of playing doubles in Estoril and winning a title helps momentum" - Barry Cowan says confidence was key in helping Kyle Edmund upset Novak Djokovic.
"I think by this time next year it will be realistic target to see him potentially re-enter the top 100," Mark Petchey backs Dan Evans to make a successful comeback.
Who can stop Rafael Nadal on clay? Peter Fleming says it is up to other players to step up and stop the Spaniard from total domination.
"Alexander Zverev is very confident and quite cocky as a character, which you need to the top of the game," believes Annabel Croft.
Just as Roger Federer appeared to have control of the tennis landscape, we witness back-to-back maiden Masters 1000 champions in Juan Martin del Potro and John Isner.
Ivan Lendl would be a 'masterstroke' coaching appointment and form a great partnership with Alexander Zverev, says Greg Rusedski.
John Isner will be a player the world's best want to avoid during the clay court season, says Greg Rusedski.
Who from the next generation of tennis players is on track to make the big breakthrough? We ask the Sky Sports pundits...
Greg Rusedski and Annabel Croft discuss the re-emergence of the backhand slice and how it is proving fruitful for the world's best players.
Novak Djokovic isn’t far away from a return to his best tennis despite the former world No 1’s current struggles, says Greg Rusedski.
"Juan Martin del Potro has put himself in the mix to become a future world No 1," believes Annabel Croft.
Juan Martin del Potro and Kevin Anderson are the two players to challenge Roger Federer at Indian Wells this year, says Mark Petchey.
After Rafael Nadal opted to withdraw from Indian Wells and Miami with a leg injury, Mark Petchey believes the Spaniard’s mental resources are being put to the test.
Barry Cowan admits he would be "shocked" should world No 1 Roger Federer decide to play any clay tournaments this season.
Mark Petchey has praised Roger Federer's undiminished passion for tennis late on in his career after the Swiss superstar became the oldest world No 1.
Tennis sensation Alexander Zverev hasn't made the best of starts to 2018 , but Mark Petchey still believes he will be a multiple major winner one day.
"He's looking a certainty to regain world number one, which would be nothing short of incredible," Barry Cowan says he is amazed by the regeneration of Roger Federer.
Mark Petchey has hailed Roger Federer as "the greatest sportsperson of all time" after winning his 20th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
Kyle Edmund has been working harder and working faster to upset Grigor Dimitrov and set up an Australian Open semi-final clash with Marin Cilic, says Mark Petchey.
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