Wimbledon 2021: ATT returns to a familiar home

Day 2 at SW19 delivered more drama, and AllThingsTennis was there first-hand for, well some of it. I had to leave a bit earlier than planned yesterday so didn’t quite see out Federer’s lucky escape or the conclusion of the Shapovalov/Kohlschreiber epic, let alone Serena’s sad retirement. But on a day where quite rightly the […]

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Flushing Meadows 2017 – No queuing, relaxed and vegan dining add to the all-American show

  ‘d be lying if I said our honeymoon to New York earlier this year wasn’t dictated slightly by the proposition of ticking off another major tournament visit. Like Roland Garros, the U.S. Open offers a very easy route to purchasing tickets – all the more appreciated now that Wimbledon had become such a hassle […]

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Roland Garros Retrospective part trois: Me and Rob bid farewell to Roger amidst fairytale Roster

The final (for now) part of my French Open reminisce pieces will take us briefly back twelve months to my third visit to the Parisian clay, with a fellow tennis fan in one Rob Field alongside. It was something of a blow-out, an ‘ah let’s just do it properly’ sort of vibe which resulted in […]

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Wimbledon 2010 – A tale of new faces, the changing of the guard and the longest match in history

Food poisoning wrecked my plans for a ‘first week’ roundup of this year’s wimbles and subsequent computer breakdown’s since haven’t exactly helped. Still it is with fond memories that I look back at a tournament which represented many things, and also saw myself and long suffering twin sibling grace both centre and no.1 courts in […]

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