We’ve been watching a lot of grass court tennis in the last two weeks. Between Wimbledon’s YouTube Channel going round-by-round with a spectacular array of matches and the BBC Rewind programme audiences have been spoiled for choice. These two sacred weeks of summer that we thought we had lost have instead been as enthralling, gripping and sofa bound as always.
One food that is as synonymous with Wimbledon as the white tennis kits and green grass: Strawberries and Cream. So here we go, a very specific Wimbledon food challenge: 7 Rounds of Strawberries and Cream.
I should be in the Wimbledon Queue right now. I should have my Queue Card, The Overnight Queuing Code of Conduct, and the oh so gloriously named A Guide to Queuing. Instead I am at home.
Like many we looked on at the first leg in Belgrade questioning what we were seeing, wondering at the hugs, handshakes and 4,000 strong crowds. When news broke earlier this week that first Grigor Dimitrov, then Borna Coric, and eventually Viktor Troiki and Novak Djokovic (along with both their wives and multiple trainers) had testedContinue reading “The Adria Tour”
In this video, Ben will be explaining the different grips you can use for both a double and single-handed backhand, how to find them, and what they’re used for.
Nadal is the ultimate tennis gladiator and the clay is the perfect arena.
For Andy Murray, one needs look no further than the summer of 2012, and the epic double of Wimbledon and the Olympics.
Seven times Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras, then considered to be the greatest grass court player of all time, steps onto Centre Court to face 19-year-old Roger Federer for a place in the quarter finals. Sampras is the defending champion. Federer has never before played on Centre Court.