• Goran Ivanisevic and Pat Rafter, Wimbledon 2001

    Wimbledon 2001: People’s final

    The story of the unforgettable final between Goran Ivanisevic and Pat Rafter – played on a Monday – told by former Wimbledon Referee Alan Mills. Extract form Alan Mills autobiography, Lifting the covers The atmosphere on Centre Court that day was as good as, better perhaps, than on the People’s Sunday ten years earlier. Some […]

  • Serena and Venus Williams, Wimbledon 2000

    Wimbledon 2000: did dad call the shots?

    Extract from Tennis’s strangest matches by Peter Seddon: Despite overcast skies on most days, Wimbledon’s Millenium Championships proved the brightest for some time as story after story made the headlines. None was more hype than the semifinal between sisters Venus and Serena Williams, the first ever occasion on which sisters had met for a place […]

  • Pat Cash, Wimbledon 1987

    Wimbledon 1987: Pat Cash defeats Ivan Lendl

    Extract from Pat Cash’s autobiography Uncovered: I felt good when I walked onto court. Lendl and I had just been standing in opposite corners of the corridor, but we hadn’t spoken. I didn’t want to wish him good luck or anything else insincere. The weather was sweltering. Somebody said it was close to 100 degrees […]

  • Wimbledon queue

    Wimbledon Queue 101

    Is the Queue the only way to buy Wimbledon tickets? No. There are a few more options: four ways to get tickets: ballots, Ticketmaster, hospitality packages and debenture tickets. Read more here: How to get Wimbledon tickets, How to get last minute Wimbledon tickets. Where is The Queue? The easiest way to get to Wimbledon […]

  • Wimbledon 2016

    How to get last minute Wimbledon tickets

    The majority of Wimbledon tickets are reserved for the public ballots (read more about Wimbledon ballots here). Don’t worry if you had no luck with the ballot or didn’t take part, you still have a few options left. The Queue A limited number of tickets are available daily for Centre Court, No.1 Court and No.2 […]

  • Rafa and Toni Nadal, Roland Garros 2017

    Reactions to Rafael Nadal’s Roland Garros victory

    Sponsors, past champions and current players took to twitter to congratulate Rafa for his incredible Decima. Check out a few of their reactions: Sponsors One is difficult. Two is impressive. Ten is Rafa. @rafaelnadal pic.twitter.com/658sRtVbbE — Nike (@Nike) June 11, 2017 A stunning performance by @rafaelnadal! Congratulations on your well-earned 10th Roland Garros victory 🙌 […]

  • Roland Garros 2017: ten is Rafa

    Roland Garros 2017: Ten is Rafa

    Rafa Nadal dispatched Stan Wawrinka in straight sets 6-2 6-3 6-1 to win his 10th Roland Garros title, his 15th Grand Slam overall. He only lost 35 games in 7 matches en route to his Decima. To further honor Rafa’s latest record, Nike is releasing commemorative T-shirts and a limited number of pairs of NikeCourt […]

  • Roland Garros 2017

    A few tips for your day at Roland Garros

    You managed to get French Open tickets? Here are a few tips to help you have the best of day at Roland Garros. Some advices might sound obvious, but forewarned is forearmed! Be prepared – verify you assigned correctly the name of the ticket holder on each ticket – don’t forget your ID or passport […]

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Wimbledon queue

Wimbledon Queue 101

Is the Queue the only way to buy Wimbledon tickets? No. There are a few more options: four ways to get tickets: ballots, Ticketmaster, hospitality packages and debenture tickets. Read more here: How to get Wimbledon tickets, How to get last minute Wimbledon tickets. Where is The Queue? The easiest way to get to Wimbledon […]

Wimbledon 2016

How to get last minute Wimbledon tickets

The majority of Wimbledon tickets are reserved for the public ballots (read more about Wimbledon ballots here). Don’t worry if you had no luck with the ballot or didn’t take part, you still have a few options left. The Queue A limited number of tickets are available daily for Centre Court, No.1 Court and No.2 […]

How to buy US Open tickets

How to buy US Open tickets

Roland Garros is just around the corner, but it’s already time your tickets for the US Open! Here’s my guide to help you buy tickets. If you have any question, feel free to leave a comment below, I’ll do my best to answer. The events Qualifyings – 22 to 25 August 2017 Access to the […]

Rafael Nadal at practice, Roland Garros 2016

Roland Garros 2017 coverage

Roland Garros visitor’s guide: A trip down memory lane: 1956: First time at Roland Garros for Rod Laver 1960-1969: Portrait of Manuel Santana, first Spaniard to capture a Grand Slam title in 1961 1967: Françoise Durr defeats Lesley Turner 1969: Rod Laver defeats Ken Rosewall 1970-1979: Portrait of 6-time Roland Garros champion Bjorn Borg Portrait […]

Goran Ivanisevic and Pat Rafter, Wimbledon 2001

Wimbledon 2001: People’s final

The story of the unforgettable final between Goran Ivanisevic and Pat Rafter – played on a Monday – told by former Wimbledon Referee Alan Mills. Extract form Alan Mills autobiography, Lifting the covers The atmosphere on Centre Court that day was as good as, better perhaps, than on the People’s Sunday ten years earlier. Some […]

Serena and Venus Williams, Wimbledon 2000

Wimbledon 2000: did dad call the shots?

Extract from Tennis’s strangest matches by Peter Seddon: Despite overcast skies on most days, Wimbledon’s Millenium Championships proved the brightest for some time as story after story made the headlines. None was more hype than the semifinal between sisters Venus and Serena Williams, the first ever occasion on which sisters had met for a place […]

Michael Stich, Wimbledon 1991

Wimbledon 1991: Michael Stich beats Boris Becker

From Boris Becker’s autobiography, The Player: I was twenty three years old and feeling low again, fed up with this existence in which I did nothing but hit tennis balls. No social life, no friends – the tennis court was the focal point of my world. I could only define myself through tennis: every time […]

Pat Cash, Wimbledon 1987

Wimbledon 1987: Pat Cash defeats Ivan Lendl

Extract from Pat Cash’s autobiography Uncovered: I felt good when I walked onto court. Lendl and I had just been standing in opposite corners of the corridor, but we hadn’t spoken. I didn’t want to wish him good luck or anything else insincere. The weather was sweltering. Somebody said it was close to 100 degrees […]

Pat Cash, Wimbledon 1987

Wimbledon 1987 SF: Cash defeats Connors

Extract from Pat Cash’s autobiography Uncovered: To my mind I wasn’t just taking on Jimmy Connors, I would also have the crowd against me. He knew every trick to get them on his side, and he would be doing everything possible to break my focus. It didn’t matter that he was nearly thirty-five years of […]

Martina Navratilova and Billie Jean King, Wimbledon 1979

Wimbledon 1979: Passing on the record

Extract from Tennis’s strangest matches by Peter Seddon: Saturday 7 July 1979 is a date that still sits proudly in the record books for the legendary Californian Billie Jean King, for it was the day she clinched her twentieth Wimbledon title, a feat which even the most recent legend of the ladies’ game, Martina Navratilova, […]