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How to get tickets to Wimbledon
By: Beth Eaglescliffe
The price for event tickets can soar when demand is high. However with a little knowledge and some self-organisation, it’s possible to beat the ticket touts and get good seats at Wimbledon. You will be able to pay the actual ticket price rather than...
By: John Louie Ramos
llie Nastase is a retired Romanian professional tennis player. Nastase is one of the greatest players during the 1970's where he was ranked by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) as the World No. 1 twice in between 1973 and 1974. During the course of...
Learning how to play tennis
By: Richard Dedor
Learning a sport is a wonderfully challenging, stressful, angry experience. But it is also exhilarating. I remember the first experiences I had on the tennis court. I started when I was 12, (I'm 24 now) and I began with a wooden racquet. Ah memories.But...
By: Nathan Fairhurst
The 2007 Wimbledon Tennis Championships was the first time that women and men at the tournament will be offered equal prize money. For those that are unaware, Wimbledon was the last Grand Slam tournament not to offer equal pay. The men had always had a...
Martina
By: Lynette Alice
The world's fascination with Anna Kournikova never ends and as such we are posed with the almost laughable question of whether or not she was a better tennis player than Martina Hingis. As a person that never played pro tennis I'll be the last to...
Should old Tennis Tournaments like Wimbledon keep Grass Courts Switch Paved
By: Effie Moore Salem
This argument about artificial turf or grass at Wimbledon is ongoing. It concerns the need for a more substantial grass. Whether or not concrete was being considered is questionable but research shows that the main problem is the soil underneath the grass and that must...
Distinctive characteristics of the French Open tennis tournament
By: Johnathan A. Daniels
The French Open is played on the world’s premier clay court, in Paris, France. Held between early May and late June, it is a major tennis event; the second of the Grand Slam tournaments. Though in many ways much the same as the other...
By: Sun Meilan
Tennis player David Nalbandian has been in the news for less than admirable reasons recently, after he was disqualified for kicking a panel in a fit of temper during a match. The panel injured a line judge and, although Nalbandian was winning his match against...
Tennis player profiles: David Nalbandian
By: Phyllis Logie
David Pablo Nalbandian have in the recent past been surrounded by controversy in the world of tennis for unsportsmanlike behaviour, which caused injury to a line-judge during the ‘Aegon championships‘. The incident caused him to be disqualified, his prize money of £34.000...
By: Diane Quinn
I believe that Roger Federer is the first "Roger Federer" and not the new "John MacEnroe". The media's focus on comparisons rather than allowing sports champions to be uniquely themselves, has become tedious. In tennis, a players record is eventually what puts them in the...

 

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