Brits Battle Shows UK Men’s Tennis Finally Has Some Depth

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Britain’s National Tennis Centre at Roehampton in south-west London may be no substitute for Wimbledon, but once upon a time a “Battle of the Brits” in men’s tennis could have been held in a phone-box or newspaper kiosk, such was the lack of contenders for the title. Indeed, for many decades (roughly between the mid-1970s […] READ MORE






How to Make the Summer of Tennis Exhibitions More Interesting

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Professional tennis has returned, in a similar fashion to what I proposed in April, with many ATP, WTA, and Challenger/ITF level players returning to organized competitive matches using hub locations scattered around the globe and round robin style competition for money and pride, but not official ATP/WTA ranking points, which remain frozen in place. The […] READ MORE