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Jay Clarke British No.5 Exclusive Interview.


May 17, 2019

Exclusive Interview With Jay Clarke We sat down with Jay Clarke the British No.5 for a special interview to find out more about him. 1/ Where does the recent experience at Wimbledon reaching the Semi Finals Mixed Doubles with Harriet Dart rank in your career achievements and experiences?  Reaching the semi-finals of Wimbledon last year with […]

Sir Andy Murray Receives Knighthood At The Palace

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May 15, 2019

Sir Andy Murray has received his knighthood from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace. As his honour was announced ‘for services to tennis and to charity,’ Sir Andy stepped forward, bowed his head and knelt down on one knee. He embraced the solemnity of the occasion as the Prince of Wales placed the sword first on […]

Djokovic Downs Tsitsipas In Madrid Master Class

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May 13, 2019

Men’s tennis has never looked more entertaining after an astonishing week on clay.   Novak Djokovic played so well to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in Madrid that the exciting young Greek seemed to be wondering if his opponent is secretly super-human. Tsitsipas, fast becoming a superstar himself, had defeated the great Rafael Nadal before succumbing to […]

Why New Wimbledon Rule Means Even Better Value


May 12, 2019

So marathon matches at Wimbledon will become a thing of the past. Fifth set tie-breaks are to be introduced at 12-12. Perfect. Well done Wimbledon. As tennis fans, your ticket will now provide even better value for money. Schedule Less disruption to the schedule can only be a good thing. Look what happened last year. […]

Wimbledon: Time To Imagine Being There.


May 10, 2019

Wimbledon awaits. They’re already on the clay and soon it’ll be our turn, our surface. The grass, so freshly mown you can smell it. The days are getting longer, glorious English summer evenings are just around the corner. There is nothing in the world like a London summer. Nothing in tennis like Wimbledon. The cathedral […]

Wimbledon 2019: Where to Eat During Your Visit


May 9, 2019

Are you planning to attend Wimbledon in 2019? A wide range of on-site and off-site food and drink options are available during The Championships to keep you full and focused during the games. While Pimm’s and strawberries might be the order of the day, they’re probably not quite enough to fill you up after a […]

How Does The Court Surface Affect Your Tennis Game?


May 8, 2019

Have you ever wondered how the surface of a tennis court can affect your game? The answer is quite a lot! Thankfully we have done some research to help you know your surface. We caught up with the expert team at 10-S Tennis Supply who filled us in with all the technical details. Choosing a Tennis Surface. There are […]

Wimbledon: When to Arrive


May 2, 2019

As the tennis world’s most prestigious event; Wimbledon is known for its fantastic roster of players, Royal Family attendance, iconic strawberries and cream and, for many attendees, very long queues. If you’re attending Wimbledon in 2019, it’s easy to assume that you’ll spend a large percentage of your day waiting in line. After all, Wimbledon […]

Wimbledon 2019 will be like no other. That’s just a fact.


May 1, 2019

Wimbledon 2019 will be like no other. That’s just a fact. It could be the coolest ever, and not just because there are so many great players, old and new, ready to do battle on increasingly equal terms. Never before has continuous play been guaranteed on the two biggest show courts. But the new retractable […]

Thiem and Kvitova Win Titles On Clay

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April 29, 2019

Dominic Thiem is clearly a serious contender for Roland Garros once more. He didn’t just win Barcelona – he took the trophy in some style. We did say watch out for Thiem when the fun started on clay. And he is already showing why! No one can say he didn’t deserve it in Catalonia. A […]

Will Andy Murray Make Wimbledon?

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April 26, 2019

Will Andy Murray feature at Wimbledon this summer? It’s the question on everyone’s lips. And it really could happen. His mother Judy is “cautiously optimistic” that he will be back on tour at some stage this summer. He is already playing ‘static’ tennis, hitting against walls. Even more encouragingly, Andy has also been filmed on […]

Great Britain’s queens end 26 year wait for Fed Cup

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April 23, 2019

Great Britain’s comeback queens ended a 26-year wait for Fed Cup promotion with a courageous victory over Kazakhstan in London. For sheer guts, mental strength and a stubborn refusal to be beaten, the Brits outshone some very famous tennis names – male superstars who are normally known for precisely these qualities, but faltered elsewhere instead. […]

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