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Feliciano Lopez on Wednesday denied in the strongest terms an internet report which inked him to an alleged Wimbledon doubles match-fix in 2017. “I feel it is still important to come to you and absolutely deny any link with events described in relation to the allegations of match fixing,” the 37-year-old said at Queen’s club after winning into the second round. “Unfortunately, all tennis players are public figures and exposed to having our good name used
Andy Murray is set to make his competitive return tomorrow in the doubles at Queen’s, and in a BBC Sport column, the 32-year-old Scot talked today about meeting the woman who performed his “life-changing” hip surgery and how operating on the Queen Mother and Prince Phillip didn’t necessarily mean she was right for him. “Five months ago, sitting in a news conference at the Australian Open, I thought I was seemingly on the verge of
UK Tennis Magazine are proud to present our latest Corporate Member, Recycaball. They are doing some amazing things with recycled tennis balls, and working with some great organisations. They are certainly worth contacting when looking to get ride of old tennis balls. About Us Once tennis balls have lost their pressure, they are no longer suitable for tennis and are usually just thrown away, typically ending up in landfill sites. Since 2011 we have been
With a summer of major sporting events ahead, including The World Cup and the Tour de France, millions are expected to tune in and watch. But a nationwide survey of 2,000 people by Insure4Sport highlights that the majority will be cheering on their favourite male athletes only. Such events firmly place the spotlight on the sporting gender pay gap and overall attitudes towards women in sport. Professional female footballers earn just 2% of the prize
Four of Scotland’s most talented junior tennis players will take to the court at the Brodies Invitational, 13 – 15 June, 2019 at the Gleneagles Arena. Lucia Rizza (16) (Firrhill High School, Edinburgh) Scotland’s leading female tennis player at under 16s and under 18s will be joined by three out of the top five leading male junior players; Jacob Fearnley (17) (Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh) who reached round 16 of the Australian Junior Open Championships