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How to Get Autographs at Wimbledon

Wimbledon

June 27, 2014

Wimbledon is well underway with some exciting games already being talked about throughout the tennis world. Many people would love nothing more than to have some kind of reminder that they have been in the presence of the greats. Whilst taking photographs is the usual, many people want something a little more personal; the autograph.

A Child’s view of Wimbledon

Wimbledon

June 26, 2014

My name is Luca Ryan, I’m nine-and-a-half and I’ve just spent an amazing day at Wimbledon. On the way in we saw Andy and Jamie’s mum Judy Murray, which was pretty cool. We were going to watch her sons play too. First it was Jamie. There were so many people at Court 8 that I […]

RAFA survives scare as Big Guns Blaze!

Wimbledon

June 24, 2014

Rafa Nadal survived another first-round crisis to defeat Martin Klizan 4-6, 6- 3, 6-3,  6-3 in the battle of the “lefties” on Centre Court. The Spaniard, who fell at the first hurdle last year, looked to be going the same way at one stage. But the French Open champion wasn’t calling it quits so easily […]

‘The First Day’

Locker Room

Walking through the Wimbledon gates again, it is like being allowed back into a magical fantasy land, one which never disappoints. You feel you are already in the embrace of a dear old friend, who will make the tribulations of the real world disappear.  While players on the outside courts are already battling hard to […]

Murray: Pride and Nerves Await!

Wimbledon

June 20, 2014

Defending champion Andy Murray will step out onto Centre Court shortly before 1pm on Monday, full of nerves but bursting with pride and ready for the challenge.  Murray plays Belgian David Goffin, who took a set off Roger Federer at the French Open in 2012.  For all that, the much-loved Brit looks to have a […]

Caroline is Back! Could Heather be Waiting?

Locker Room

June 19, 2014

Caroline Wozniacki continued to put her personal heartbreak behind her with a brave three-set victory over the fiery Camila Giorgi at Eastbourne.  And British tennis fans are now hoping for a final between Wozniacki and the improving Heather Watson. Due to an unfortunate hamstring injury to Petra Kvitova, Watson received a bye into the semi-finals […]

Wimbledon 2014 Seedings

Wimbledon

The seedings for Wimbledon 2014 have been released! It’s good news for Murray and Federer but bad news for Maria Sharapova. The Men’s Seedings Andy Murray has been seeded third for this year’s Wimbledon – with Roger Federer fourth seed.  That will help the defending and former champions in their quest for fresh glory at […]

What To Wear To Wimbledon? Exclusive Feature With Beulah London

Wimbledon

June 17, 2014

Wondering what to wear at Wimbledon this year? If you’re attracted to cool fashion (worn by Royals and celebrities) with a caring side, then Beulah is definitely for you.  We recently caught up with Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan to see what they will be wearing to Wimbledon this summer. It’s not just the […]

What Is The Temperature At Wimbledon?

Wimbledon

June 13, 2014

  Its summertime, the sun is blazing in London, which means only one thing; Wimbledon! However, having one of sport’s greatest tournaments in the hottest season of the year comes with risks. Because Wimbledon is played outdoors, it’s always vital to keep one eye on the weather conditions. In 2010, during the U.S Open, Victoria […]

Oh Andy! Murray Needs To Get Ruthless Before Wimbledon

Locker Room

Andy Murray squandered no fewer than eight set points as he went crashing out unexpectedly at Queens yesterday. The defending champion was cruising 6-2 in the first-set tie-break and enjoyed further set points before losing 6-7 (10-12), 2-6 against Radek Stepanek in West London. The Brit seemed to feel the pressure as he was broken […]

Exclusive Interview with Amelie Mauresmo

Wimbledon

June 9, 2014

By Mark Ryan EXCLUSIVE interview with Amelie Mauresmo, Andy Murray’s new coach: Learning is tough; you must manage yourself better than your opponent. Want did Amelia Mauresmo think of Andy Murray’s Wimbledon campaign last year?  You might be surprised! We caught up with her on the eve of Murray’s Wimbledon final against Novak Djokovic last summer, just after […]

The Wimbledon Trophy

Wimbledon

What is the Wimbledon Trophy made of? Do the players get to keep them? What is their history and significance within the tennis world? Read on to find out. Wimbledon is just around the corner, which means a fortnight of intense sporting prowess and sportsmanship. The winners of The Lawn Tennis Championships Wimbledon 2014 will walk away with their titles, with the prize money in […]

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