And the Swede speaks to Stanislas Wawrinka, who says that he must focus on his own game ahead of a fourth-round meeting with Novak Djokovic.Read More »from Robson is future Grand Slam winner
Once upon a time, Murray would have carried baggage through from such a tough contest, argues the Swede.
The multiple Grand Slam winner sees a different Murray this year, however - and says the Scot is looking good at the final Slam of 2012.Read More »from Nothing negative about Murray
The Swede looks at Andy Roddick's shock decision to retire and says it will be difficult to fill the void he will leave.
And the multiple Grand Slam winner gives his thoughts on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's shock exit from the US Open - saying the Frenchman needs to get himself a coach.Read More »from Sorry to see Roddick go
Mats Wilander and fellow Eurosport expert Barbara Schett hail Kim Clijsters, one of the most loved players to play on the women's circuit, after she bowed out of singles competition in the second round of the US Open against Laura Robson.
The Swede star then takes a look back at the glorious tennis career of Belgian Clijsters, three times a winner at Flushing Meadows.
And Wilander reviews the action during day three of the year's final Grand Slam, on which Victor Troicki suffered a shock defeat.Read More »from Mats’s tribute to Kim Clijsters
Mats Wilander has tipped Andy Murray to win the US Open at Flushing Meadows.
The Swede, who counts the 1988 US Open among his seven Grand Slam titles, believes that the Scot's time has come after winning the Olympic singles gold medal.
He also runs the rule over the other favourites in the men's and women's draws.
Mats Wilander analyses how Roger Federer has managed to claw his way back to the top of the rankings.
Mats Wilander takes a look back at how Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray have coped as we reach the halfway point of the 2012 season.
Mats Wilander and Simon Reed cast an eye over Maria Sharapova's glorious comeback, capped with a shock win at the French Open, the career Grand Slam.
Boris Becker thinks that a big-hitting serve-volleyer could shake up Wimbledon in the future.
Victoria Azarenka's 26 wins in a row are analysed by Mats Wilander and Simon Reed.
Novak Djokovic explainsRead More »from How Federer returned to No.1
Andy Murray chats with Mats Wilander about the pressure of playing in his home grand slam at Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic meets Mats as then world number one prepares to defend his Wimbledon title.
It's access all areas for Mats Point as we go behind the scenes at Wimbledon.
Australian Luke Saville, the 2011 Junior Wimbledon champion, is profiled on Mats Point.Read More »from Murray: What pressure?
Eurosport expert Mats Wilander expects Maria Sharapova to take her French Open form into Wimbledon and the Olympics.
Maria Sharapova is the favourite for the women's French Open final but Sara Errani has the chance to expose some weaknesses in the Russian's game, according to Mats Wilander.
The Eurosport analyst believes Errani, who has already claimed a doubles title at Roland Garros this year, must look to expose Sharapova's second serve and lack of movement if she is to win her maiden Grand Slam and stop the former world number one claiming the one major title which has eluded her to date.Read More »from Errani must find Sharapova weaknesses
Maria Sharapova is through to French Open final after beating Petra Kvitova, though the Czech did herself few favours in their last four clash, according to Mats Wilander.
The Russian secured a 6-3 6-3 win over Petra Kvitova that put her top of the world rankings and is now two sets away from completing a career Grand Slam, but Wilander believes a much tougher test will await in the final against underdog Sara Errani.Read More »from Kvitova defeated herself
About Mats Wilander
Swedish tennis legend Mats Wilander is one of the greatest players ever to pick up a racquet. The seven-times Grand Slam champion rose to the very top of the game in the late 1980s, and has now become one of tennis"s pithiest commentators. Edgy, opinionated and never less than brutally honest, Wilander exclusively offers Eurosport the benefit of his frankly brilliant chat.
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