Tennis (page 1)

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Budget 2021 £300m support

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

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Renovations at Edgbaston

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

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A history of lawn tennis

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

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Q&A - Richard Lord

Richard Lord - he has a very good piece of advice and a cat!

in Tennis - on 19/1/21

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Ilkley Lawn Tennis Club

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...

in Tennis - on 19/1/21

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INFINICUT delivers

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

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All smiles at Driffield

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

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A Touch of Magic

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

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Coronavirus: the impact

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

Wimbledon

It feels ... strange!

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

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Competition-ready courts

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

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Neil's no to late summer!

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

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More than a support act

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

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Jacobsen Complete Package

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

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Cromer amongst the best

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

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No.1 Court project

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

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Wimbledon complaint

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

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£70m Wimbledon complex

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has appointed Willmott Dixon to construct a new members’ centre adjacent to the iconic Wimbledon Championship...

in Tennis - on 15/8/19

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INFINICUT rotary mower

At the first in a series of launch events, Groundsmen and Greenkeepers were invited to Tottenham Hotspur FC’s training facility to see the new INFINICUT®...

in Tennis - on 25/7/19

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Centre Court steamed!

Wimbledon’s famous Centre Court has been steam cleaned to kill off any nasty pests lurking beneath the surface, head groundsman Neil Stubley said

in Tennis - on 3/7/19