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Why British Tennis Can't Let Golden Chance Slip

This Australian Open has been one like no other for British Tennis.

Aside from The 2012 U.S. Open and 2013 Wimbledon, it could be argued that the 2016 Australian Open was Britain’s most successful slam in a generation.   570 more words


The legend Roger Federer

On September 14th 2012 at the Westerpark in Amsterdam during the Davis Cup Netherlands against Switzerland, I had this amazing opportunity to take a shot of the greatest of all times. 19 more words


Sports History Chronicle British Team of the Year 2015: Great Britain Davis Cup Tennis Team

The teams that I considered for British Team of the Year:

Tom Daley and Rebecca Gallantree – winners of the gold medal in the team competition at the world diving championships. 918 more words

Award Winners

British Tennis must capatalize on the success of Andy Murray & Team GB now!

The time is now. Not next week, or in 45 day’s time or even a few months down the line. It is now! British Tennis has achieved so much at the hands of Andy Murray and the Davis Cup team and now this needs to be capitalised on. 13 more words


Andy Murray wins SPOTY 2015 as Chris Froome and Lizzie Armitstead miss out

In the world of sports winning the SPOTY is a coveted accolade for any sports-person; and last night it was Andy Murray’s turn to revel in the limelight for a second time after winning the famous trophy. 499 more words


Murray Voted British Sports Personality Of The Year #SPOTY...As Fury Apologises

The British Public have rewarded Andy Murray for his astonishing display in the Davis Cup 2015 where he virtually made it possible for Great Britain to Win the Davis Cup after so many years. 207 more words