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WDH announce continued sponsorship of Paralympic medalist, Lucy Shuker, for 2017 on International Womens Day

We at WimbledonDebentureHolders.com (WDH) are delighted to announce our continued sponsorship of Paralympic wheelchair tennis medallist, Lucy Shuker, for 2017. Lucy is, without a doubt, one of the most inspirational women we have the privilege to know and we thought it only fitting to make this announcement on International Women’s Day 2017. Lucy demonstrates the values enshrined […]

Federer Fairytale Continues With Fifth Indian Wells Title

Roger Federer’s dream start to 2017 just turned into a fairytale as he brushed aside Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 7-5 to claim his 90th title and fifth at Indian Wells. Now Federer fans are wondering whether he could do the seemingly impossible – and reclaim the world number one spot. He has already risen to sixth […]

Federer’s Backhand Stuns Nadal To Set Up Kyrgios Showdown

Just when we thought Roger Federer couldn’t get any better, he produced a display of such poise, power and aggression that the great Rafael Nadal was left shaking his head in genuine dismay. Anyone who thought that Federer’s victory over Nadal in the Australian Open final represented little more than a glorious explosion of energy […]

Defiant Murray Wins Dubai For The First Time

Andy Murray secured his first tournament win of 2017 and his first title at the Dubai Championships. It was a victory that could well help protect his world number one status right through to the French Open. The final against Fernando Verdasco was inevitably less remarkable than the incredible 31-minute tie-break in the quarter final, […]

Lucy Shuker Paralympic tennis star at the Bolton Indoors Arena 2017

On 22nd February, I travelled over to the bleak and drizzly Bolton Indoors Arena on behalf of the Wimbledon Debenture Holders team, to watch our fantastic wheelchair tennis player, three time Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Player and Double Paralympic Bronze Medallist, Lucy Shuker. Upon arrival into the arena, I was instantly in admiration of all the players […]

Who Is More Romantic? Eugenie or Serena?

The tennis romantics have had plenty to consider off the court in the last few months. And two women players in particular have been hitting the headlines for some interesting developments in their love lives. Serena Williams got engaged! Some people thought she had always enjoyed some kind of on-off thing with her coach, Patrick […]

Great Start To My Year – Lucy Shuker!

Getting back to the cold of the English winter is always a stark contrast to the January Australian Tour. It was 45C on my last day in Australia and it’s hardly been rising above zero some days here, but it is always nice to be home with comforts and the opportunity to catch up with […]

Federer Turns 18 To Seal His Place As The Greatest

Roger Federer dropped down on one knee, hardly knowing whether to laugh or cry, realising his remarkable comeback was complete. No one in their right mind would have predicted it at the start of the year, but that’s the funny thing about sport. The more you want glory, the harder it is to get your […]

Serena Becomes The Greatest Player Of The Open Era

As she served on match point it looked as though she could hardly breathe with all the excitement. Yet Serena Williams steadied herself and moments later she had sealed her place as the greatest tennis player of the Open era, defeating her sister Venus 6-4, 6-4 in the Melbourne final. She moved ahead of Steffi […]

It’s On! Rafa Wins Through To Face Roger!

The dream final, the one the world wanted, is on. Rafael Nadal will play Roger Federer on Sunday to roll back the years and bring us thrills beyond measure. Memories of Wimbledon in the dark, Rafa triumphant and Roger in tears after quite possibly the most dramatic tennis match of all time. So many more […]