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  • Tennis Europe Round-Up: Weeks 21-23

    To flesh out our coverage of Tennis Europe events at U16, U14 and U12 level, we’re producing a new fortnightly feature each Monday, which summarises the young Brits in action across Europe at Category 1, 2 & 3 events. Another bumper, three-week edition for you this week.  Week 21 U16 Just one Brit in action

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  • Tennis Europe Round-Up: Weeks 18-20

    To flesh out our coverage of Tennis Europe events at U16, U14 and U12 level, we’re producing a new fortnightly feature each Monday, which summarises the young Brits in action across Europe at Category 1, 2 & 3 events. You may have noticed we missed a week. Sorry about that. Just occasionally, life gets in

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  • Has Dan Evans Finally Come of Age?

    Dan Evans has capped off a remarkable 12 months by winning the Taipei ATP challenger event, beating Russian Konstantin Kravchuk. The tournament win is Evans 3rd Challenger level title in the last 9 months, and with it, the Brit has finally secured a lucrative place in top 100 world rankings for the very first time

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  • BUCS Individual Championships: Bucks Round-Up

    This weekend saw the final BUCS Individual Championship Regional event taking place in Buckinghamshire. Players came predominantly from universities in London and the Home Counties. Players studying at universities across the UK compete in five regional tournaments to qualify for the finals next weekend. There were four qualifying spots available for both the men and

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  • BUCS Individual Championships: Leeds Beckett Round-Up

    This weekend saw the fourth and penultimate BUCS Individual Championship Regional event taking place at Leeds Beckett University. With players coming from all over the north of England, from as far as Durham in the north to Nottingham in the south, it was a weekend of very few shocks. Players studying at universities across the

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  • BUCS Individual Championships: Stirling and Warwick Round-Up

    Last weekend saw the first regional qualifying events for the BUCS Individual Championships at Stirling and Warwick Universities, with a very few shocks taking place and seeded players securing their places in the finals at the start of March. With representatives from universities across Scotland, both the men’s and the women’s draws had three qualifying slots

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  • Broady Handed Tough Q Draw in Auckland

    The fireworks have barely stopped delighting people all around the world, but the WTA season has already kicked off with a bang, with first round qualifying already well under way in Brisbane, and in Auckland, Naomi Broady has found out what she will have to do to make it through to the main draw at

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  • BritWatch: Week 1 – 4th-11th January 2016

    BritWatch is our regular Friday piece introducing where each of our British players is playing in the upcoming week, whether it be on the ATP/WTA tours, the ITF Futures circuit, or further down at national, junior and collegiate level. Week 1 – 4th-11th January 2016 The first week of the 2016 calendar sees several Brits aiming

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  • Can Andy Murray Ever Be World Number 1?

    Andy Murray, Britain’s Number 1 and current World Number 2, has been a part of the arguably greatest era in Men’s tennis. But will our greatest tennis player for almost 80 years ever reach that fabled Number 1 spot before his time is up? Has he become the best player never to reach the very

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  • 10 Reasons it’s Not Easy Being a Famous Tennis Player

    The glitz and glamour of the elite game of tennis is easy to see every year when Wimbledon rolls around: Roger Federer strolling out in his own brand of clothing; friends and family lounging in the royal box; vast amounts of prize money on offer for the champion. But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows

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