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Alex De Minaur Sets Up Rafael Nadal Showdown

Australian Open

January 16, 2019

Alex de Minaur is one of the players who will keep tennis truly great after Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic finally retire. It became obvious at the last Next Gen tournament in Milan. The kid has star quality. He has guts, he has fire, he has passion and popularity. If you’ll excuse the […]

Were the Australian Open Shocks Really Surprising?

Australian Open

January 15, 2019

The Australian Open is always full of surprises. But we had already warned you it might happen. So when is a shock not really a shock? How can Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund (who almost won it last year) and Nick Kyrgios all fall at the first hurdle? Big names are out and no one is […]

Defiant Murray Refuses To Rule Out Comeback

Locker Room

January 14, 2019

Andy Murray was full of surprises. Right to the last. But is this the end? Maybe not, after all. First, Murray shocked us by taking Roberto Bautista Agut to five sets. By doing so, given his hip injury, Murray had achieved what we all thought was impossible. Crazy His opponent had just beaten the great […]

Who Founded Wimbledon?


January 13, 2019

It’s the world’s oldest, most prestigious tennis tournament, attracting royals, A-list stars and world leaders. Wimbledon is a sporting institution, having been held for over 130 years at the famous All England Club in London. Wimbledon’s age and prestige has meant it retains many customs that were long discarded by other events. Of the four […]

Our Preview Of The Australian Open 2019

Australian Open

January 11, 2019

Who will win the Australian Open? What drama will we see from the very first round? The answer to the second question is: “Plenty!” Emotional After all, we could be witnessing the last time Andy Murray plays a Grand Slam match when he faces Roberto Bautista Agut. The Scott’s emotional press conference raised that strong […]

Wimbledon’s Ball Boys and Girls


January 9, 2019

Ball boys and Girls. As we prepare to enjoy all that is great about Wimbledon 2019, an elite group of young people are going through the final stages of their training. The Ball Boys and Girls have been working hard to make sure matches happen with a seemingly effortless fluency. Ready to have a sweaty […]

What are Wimbledon Debenture Tickets?

Debenture News

January 7, 2019

What are Wimbledon Debenture Tickets? Wimbledon Debenture Tickets are the hottest, and most sort after tickets in the world of tennis. Debenture Tickets are the only legally transferable ticket for Wimbledon. Every 5 years the AELTC issues a series of Debentures which are available to purchase. A Debenture entitles the holder to receive a ticket […]

Federer Edges Tsitsipas In Perth Thriller As 2019 Delivers Early

Locker Room

January 3, 2019

Roger Federer used all his tennis wisdom and poise to get the better of Stefanos Tsitsipas in their first ever meeting. The Greek was playing his hero, some seventeen years his senior. No wonder he tightened slightly at vital moments. Tsitsipas was 4-1 up in the opening-set tie-break. But maybe the inner child failed to […]

Roger Federer “Honoured” After Facing Serena Williams

Locker Room

January 2, 2019

Roger Federer and Serena Williams just faced each other for the first time on a tennis court. Incredible isn’t it? Decades on tour, 43 Slams between them, and they had never played. As they both admitted afterwards, it is one thing to watch a fellow superstar – quite another to come up against their serve. […]

Tennis Has Pantomime Heroes And Heroines Aplenty !

Locker Room

December 21, 2018

Christmas pantomime season is here. And one thing is for sure. We all love a pantomime. Brave Which tennis star would best play Jack? And who could be the giant in Jack and the Beanstalk? Alex de Minaur would make the perfect Jack. Young. Brave. Bold, on the rise and more than willing to enter […]

Tennis Mothers Win New Rights

Locker Room

December 19, 2018

The WTA have come up with some new rules for tennis mothers returning to the sport after giving birth. The changes could even be seen as a timely Christmas present for tennis mums and a victory for Serena Williams. The organising body of the women’s game have listened to Serena and the opinions of other […]

Why Can National Treasure Sir Andy Murray Look Forward To 2019?

Locker Room

December 5, 2018

Andy Murray is hoping for a big 2019. Some might say it is a make-or-break year for the battling Brit and his comeback hopes. He has just confirmed his place at the Australian Open. And any Slam is an acid test for his fitness. But does Murray really have anything to prove, other than to […]

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