Outside of Junior Wimbledon last year just 2.3% of players in Junior Grand Slams have been British since the beginning of last year, so where is the next generation?

Six British singles players entered the main draws at Roland Garros and not one made it past the first round. Heather Watson who was a junior champion herself had this to say following the exits: "I don't see who's next," "I feel like we've got a good little group of players right now, but little.... Continue Reading →

Tennis in England given the green light with guidelines amid new lockdown rules

Following the change of message to Stay Alert from Stay Home and the ability to meet someone outside your household in a public place for exercise whilst maintain a 2m distance tennis will be able to resume with some guidelines. These guidelines are only for England and not Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland who are... Continue Reading →

LTA are “deeply concerned about the governance of the sport” but have used all votes in ITF president vote for the same president however the LTA have major problems too!

Tennis governance is in utter chaos. There is no other way of describing it. It is the biggest individual sport in the world but feels like an out of control school trip. We have multiple rules and regulations from different governing bodies who should be singing off the same hymn sheet. I've said before no... Continue Reading →

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