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Game, set and conviction

WHAT is there to believe of the Boris Becker bankruptcy case? And does Becker, the youngest man to win Wimbledon, deserve to be jailed after

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Raducanu yet to see US Open trophy

US Open champion Emma Raducanu has revealved she has yet to see the trophy she lifted at Flushing Meadows in September because it has been

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Emma effect: UK to pour millions into tennis

British tennis has received a £22 million funding boost as result of Emma Raducanu’s US Open victory last month. And The Lawn Tennis Association has

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British tennis chief backs Raducanu progress

Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association chief Scott Lloyd believes Emma Raducanu has the strength to cope with the fame and potential fortune after her amazing US

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Francesca Jones “playing with a different set of cards” in quest for Slam debut

Britain’s Francesca Jones moved a step nearer qualifying for the Australian Open as she convincingly beat World No. 144 and former top thirty player Romanian

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Great posters and photos now available on grandslamtennis.online

Looking for a photo, or a poster (up to a whopping A2 size) for a Christmas present? Or to adorn your study – or your

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British LTA loses £30m because of Covid restrictions

Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association has seen its income fall by £30m as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The governing body says the 40% drop

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British tennis calls for more government support

The British Lawn Tennis Association has called for more government support for community indoor tennis centres after warning a third may close because of COVID-19

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No Brits in second round as Watson laments lack of support

British tennis is at a low, according to Heather Watson after her 7-6(4) 6-4 defeat to Fiona Ferro at Roland Garros. There are now no

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Top Brits to play in London competition

Harriet Dart expected to play. Photo Anne Parker International Sports Fotos Ltd With support from the LTA The Progress Women’s Championship, created in 2017 to