Rémi Bourrières

Originally from Montauban, Rémi Bourrieres has been a journalist specializing in tennis for more than twenty years. Former Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Tennis Magazine (2007-2019), he now works freelance for various media, mainly - in addition to Tennis Majors - Eurosport, the FFT, Courts or the So Press group. Passionate about tennis in all its forms, he defines himself as a purist of this sport and is grateful to have been able to cover all the tournaments around the world.

Latest articles

Carlos Alcaraz at the Davis Cup in Valencia in September 2022
September 29, 2022

Alcaraz confirms end-of-season schedule, to play Astana, Basel and Paris before Turin

Carlos Alcaraz has confirmed that he will also play Davis Cup after the...
Rémi Bourrières
September 17, 2022

ATP makes significant boost to prize money at Challenger Tour level

The ATP has announced a significant increase in the number of Challenger Tour...
Rémi Bourrières
September 16, 2022

Roger Federer, the man who reinvented tennis

Roger Federer, who at the age of 41 has just announced the imminent...
Rémi Bourrières
September 15, 2022

24 years ago, Roger Federer won his first ATP match… I was there!

Roger Federer won 1,251 matches in his long and glorious career. The very...
Rémi Bourrières
September 11, 2022

History in more ways than one: Alcaraz-Ruud – six stats that illustrate the craziness of their US Open final

In addition to having thwarted most experts, the men's final of the US...
Rémi Bourrières
September 11, 2022

Big forehand and physicality, but very different styles: differences and similarities of Ruud and Alcaraz’s games

Carlos Alcaraz and Casper Ruud, who will compete for their first Grand Slam...
Rémi Bourrières
August 25, 2022

US Open men’s draw: Nadal with Alcaraz, Medvedev to Kyrgios, must-see first-rounders

The draw for the US Open, carried out this Thursday at noon in...
Rémi Bourrières
June 24, 2022

Sam Sumyk on helping Harmony Tan: “We’re going there to beat Serena Williams”

Celebrated coach Sam Sumyk tells Remi Bourrieres how he has been helping out...
Rémi Bourrières
June 24, 2022

A tough, different journey and a Wimbledon novice: discovering Harmony Tan, conqueror of Serena Williams

Remi Bourrieres details the development of the Frenchwoman, who stepped up to the...
Rémi Bourrières
May 12, 2022

Rome won’t change anything: Djokovic, Nadal and Alcaraz could end up in the same section of the draw at Roland Garros

The Masters 1000 in Rome this week, will change nothing in one way;...
Rémi Bourrières
April 4, 2022

A month that changed the face of the ATP and the WTA: 10 lessons from the Sunshine Tour

Tennis' version of March madness, across Indian Wells and Miami, captivated without fail....
Rémi Bourrières
April 4, 2022

Let’s stop talking about him in the future: Alcaraz is a member of the Big Three of 2022

By winning his first Masters 1000 on Sunday at the age of 18,...
Rémi Bourrières
March 22, 2022

Indian Wells: Fritz wins Indian Wells but his girlfriend grabs even more attention

The American may have won the biggest title of his career in Indian...
Rémi Bourrières
March 19, 2022

Nadal and Alcaraz: why you should – and shouldn’t – compare them

Spanish tennis's legend and its new great hope will face each other this...
Rémi Bourrières
December 30, 2021

From Santana to Lacoste: the 10 GOATs among the lost legends of men’s tennis

Amateurs and professionals, we try to rank the best players who reached the...
Rémi Bourrières
December 28, 2021

Nalbandian, Ferrer, Coria… The 10 greatest (retired) male players who never won a Grand Slam tournament

Tennis Majors takes a closer look at some of the top players who...
Rémi Bourrières
December 24, 2021

Back to 2021 : Naomi Osaka in a documentary that shows her only on her own terms

"Osaka" was the tennis documentary event of the year. It is an intriguing...
Rémi Bourrières
December 23, 2021

Why you can’t finish 2021 without seeing “Breaking Point” – the insider documentary about Mardy Fish

More and more films and documentaries about tennis are hitting the screens -...
Rémi Bourrières
December 6, 2021

Rising Spanish star Carlos Alcaraz in 2021 – first title, first Slam quarter-final, at 18

Voted ATP's Newcomer of the Year in 2020, Spanish teen Carlos Alcaraz is...
Rémi Bourrières
November 24, 2021

France and Great Britain hoping for Davis Cup changes amidst UAE rumours

During his pre-competition press conference on Wednesday, the France captain revealed he's been...
Rémi Bourrières
November 24, 2021

Davis Cup: half of the top 10 to play, including Djokovic and Medvedev

The new Davis Cup format, which starts this week (November 25 - December...
Rémi Bourrières