World Tennis is currently in a truly Golden Age with some of the finest players to have ever graced the game vying to push this universally popular sport to dizzying new heights of excellence. In any other era, a player of Andy Murray’s skill, tenacity and resilience would have surely won many majors, but with Federer, Nadal and Djokacvic all at the very top of their game, Murray’s 2012 haul of his first major and an Olympic Gold signifies an incredible achievement for the Scot.

Tennis is one of the World’s favourite sports, with players from every continent competing across hundreds of ATP events around the globe, the pinnacle of which are the four major Grand Slam events; The Australian Open heralds a new sporting year, then to Roland Garros’s clay courts for the French Open, next comes the historic lawns of Wimbledon, with the US Open rounding off the majors with its hard courts and raucous crowds.