Wimbledon moved to reassure players on Wednesday that its first-week courts are perfectly playable, on another day of tumbles at the All England Club.
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Lytham Cricket and Sports Club is situated a stone’s throw away from the Fylde coastline and is primarily the home of Lytham Cricket Club. Over the years,...
in Tennis - on 7/6/21
A north Norfolk tennis club can now officially boast it has some of the best grass courts in the country, after an official visit from the sport's governing...
in Tennis - on 23/5/21
English cricket is one of several sports to benefit from a £300m summer sports recovery package confirmed in Wednesday's budget
in Tennis - on 4/3/21
To really understand the point of this article, we need to begin at the end. Assistant Grounds Manager at The Edgbaston Priory Club John Lawrence explains...
in Tennis - on 3/3/21
Founded in 1860, Edgbaston Archery and Lawn Tennis Society (EA<S) is the oldest lawn tennis club in the world. It is a friendly, social club situated...
in Tennis - on 18/2/21
Richard Lord - he has a very good piece of advice and a cat!
in Tennis - on 19/1/21
Head Groundsman, Richard Lord has served Ilkley Lawn Tennis and Squash Club for many years. Lee Williams met up with him to have a socially distanced chat...
Having seen them in action on the world-famous Wimbledon courts, The Lensbury Club in Middlesex are one of a growing list of clubs taking delivery of an...
in Tennis - on 16/10/20
After a delayed meeting due to the Covid-19 crisis, Lee Williams, finally caught up with Mark Goddard, the club’s Head Groundsman and his right-hand...
in Tennis - on 28/9/20
A renovation from Campey Turf Care Systems has brought a touch of magic to Sutton Up-on Derwent Tennis Club’s two grass courts
in Tennis - on 12/7/20
Our journey navigating the last few months has seen us having to overcome massive challenges, alter our methods to fit a changing picture and, ultimately,...
in Tennis - on 10/7/20
There are two questions I’m currently being asked. Firstly “Are you going to rip the courts up this year?” a question that warrants its own blog....
in Tennis - on 30/6/20
As a sole Groundsman, Robin Wilcox has his work cut out looking after the 19 courts and 5 croquet lawns that make up East Dorset Lawn Tennis and Croquet...
in Tennis - on 14/5/20
Wimbledon head groundsman Neil Stubley has explained why the decision was taken to pull the plug completely on this year's Championships.
in Tennis - on 6/4/20
No.1 Court; Wimbledon’s second largest venue, has undergone a number of upgrades since it opened in 1924
in Tennis - on 17/11/19
Multipurpose venues need quality, versatile and reliable mowers, and that’s why The Lensbury opted for the Jacobsen TR320 and GP400
in Tennis - on 12/11/19
Every year the Lawn Tennis Association and STRI visit lawn tennis clubs all over the country to assess their courts. In April 2019, they went to a Norfolk...
in Tennis - on 27/9/19
In this latest in-depth video interview with KSS Director, James Budd, we hear about the global design practice’s work on the new No.1 Court development...
in Tennis - on 3/9/19
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal had different opinions on the Wimbledon speed surface. The Swiss player believes it got slower than the previous years while...
in Tennis - on 24/8/19