My first instinct when I watched the clip of Johanna Konta biting back at a reporter in her post-match press conference the other day was fair enough.
I’ll be flying out to Canada for my one-off week as part of Team Hasselborg on Monday.
I know how hard Shelley Kerr works and I suspect she is already reflecting on what she could have done better in the World Cup and what her team could have done better.
I’m never going to play in a Solheim Cup but at the weekend I got the nearest experience to holing the winning putt in one.
There surely can’t be a sport with a higher burn-out rate than tennis.
Sometimes you hear statistics that really give you a shock.
It was brilliant to see Andy Murray with a smile on his face again.
I love all the ‘who is the greatest’ debates.
Golf hasn’t traditionally been renowned for innovating and moving with the times but that seems to be changing.
Whenever I compete at a major championships these days, be it the Europeans, Worlds or Olympics, there genuinely isn’t any game you ever play that you know you’re basically guaranteed an easy win.