Carrie Dunn

Carrie Dunn is a sports writer. She has written for the Times, the Guardian, and Eurosport.co.uk as well as for the ITF, the WTA and Kosmos Tennis, providing English language support for their relaunch of the Davis Cup. She was delighted to join the Tennis Majors team in the summer of 2020. She is a regular voice on radio as a pundit, co-commentator and expert analyst across sports. She has a PhD in sports sociology, and in academia has published widely on women’s sport, fandom, and sporting history. She is a keen if slow amateur runner, finishing two marathons and countless half-marathons (so far).

Latest articles

Australia after reaching the 2022 Davis Cup final
November 25, 2022

Australia into Davis Cup final – almost two decades after last appearance

It was a comeback win for Lleyton Hewitt's team as they moved through...
Carrie Dunn
November 25, 2022

De Minaur beats Cilic to level up for Australia in Davis Cup semi-final

The first Davis Cup semi-final is all square again - and it's down...
Carrie Dunn
November 25, 2022

One foot in Davis Cup final for Croatia after Coric beats Kokkinakis

Coric played an extremely solid match and gave Croatia their first point by...
Carrie Dunn
November 24, 2022

Italy through to Davis Cup semi-finals thanks to Bolelli and Fognini

The Italians were victorious in the week's first deciding doubles bout
Carrie Dunn
November 24, 2022

Fritz levels up Davis Cup tie for USA, edges Musetti to force decider

It's all square in the Davis Cup quarter-final between Italy and USA
Carrie Dunn
November 24, 2022

Sonego upsets Tiafoe, starts Davis Cup Day 3 with a shock for Italy

It was a straight-sets upset for Lorenzo Sonego in Thursday's first match in...
Carrie Dunn
November 20, 2022

Canada, US Open, Indoors: Everything you always wanted to know about Felix Auger-Aliassime (but never had time to find out) – updated after ATP Finals

Find out everything you need to know about the young Canadian star Felix...
Carrie Dunn
November 19, 2022

Davis Cup, junior Roland-Garros, Grand Slam quarter-finals, Fernando Vincente: Everything you always wanted to know about Andrey Rublev (but never had time to find out) – updated after ATP Finals

Andrey Rublev has established himself as a regular fixture in the men's top...
Carrie Dunn
November 19, 2022

Kathy May, Indian Wells, Annacone: Everything you always wanted to know about Taylor Fritz (but never had time to find out) – updated after ATP Finals

American Taylor Fritz has won four ATP Tour titles and broken into the...
Carrie Dunn
November 9, 2022

Hamburg, Backhand, Federer, Next Gen: Everything you always wanted to know about Lorenzo Musetti (but never had time to find out) – updated 2022 Next Gen Finals

Italian Lorenzo Musetti hit the headlines when he won his first ATP singles...
Carrie Dunn
November 7, 2022

Players, schedule, format: Everything you ever wanted to know about the 2022 ATP Next Gen Finals (but never had time to find out)

All you need to know about the ATP Next Gen Finals, the season...
Carrie Dunn
November 5, 2022

US Open champion, world No 1, Ferrero: Everything you always wanted to know about Carlos Alcaraz (but never had time to find out) – updated after ATP Finals withdrawal

Carlos Alcaraz is the new US Open champion and new world No 1....
Carrie Dunn
November 4, 2022

Sabalenka’s semi-final hopes stay alive with win over Pegula

Sabalenka is now in with a great chance of progressing to the semi-finals
Carrie Dunn
November 4, 2022

‘Beating the world No 1 feels great’ – What Alcaraz win means to ‘much calmer’ Rune

The young Dane is enjoying a fine streak of form alongside new coach...
Carrie Dunn
November 1, 2022

Wimbledon, Youzhny, rapper: Everything you always wanted to know about Denis Shapovalov (but never had time to find out)

Denis Shapovalov is one of the most attacking players on the men's Tour....
Carrie Dunn
October 31, 2022

‘Everything came so fast’ – Alcaraz on his surprise rise to top of the world

The world No 1 knows his rise to the top was unexpectedly rapid,...
Carrie Dunn
October 31, 2022

Knee issue ‘not too serious’ for Alcaraz

The world No 1 has spoken about his physical troubles ahead of the...
Carrie Dunn
October 30, 2022

‘The players complained – so they’ve speeded the courts up!’ Djokovic on changing Paris-Bercy conditions

The Serbian had some thoughts on the constant battle to keep players, fans...
Carrie Dunn
October 30, 2022

Back to business: Medvedev dedicates Vienna trophy to his wife after comeback win over Shapovalov

Daniil Medvedev won the tournament on Sunday against Denis Shapovalov
Carrie Dunn
October 9, 2022

Roland-Garros, Doubles, Novotna: Everything you always wanted to know about Barbora Krejcikova (but never had time to find out)

Barbora Krejcikova is a Czech tennis player who won her first Grand Slam...
Carrie Dunn
October 6, 2022

‘I despise some things about tennis’ – Reilly Opelka hits out at Wimbledon and tradition

The American has made some of his views on the way tennis operates...
Carrie Dunn