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Walking towards a dimming twilight, Roger Federer’s slam winning days might just be turning dark

Roger Federer in this year’s Australian Open. ©NYTimes

It’s a sultry day in Melbourne and Roger Federer is down a break in the third set against Tennys Sandgren in the Australian Open Quarterfinals. 1,393 more words


Photo Story: London Revisited

My friend Poly sent me a photo last week from Brockwell Lido before a swim. Quiet, peaceful, serene. I remember queuing with my housemate Giada for five hours to get in on a hot day once. 1,285 more words


Lockdown Week 15 - June 29th to July 5th 2020 inclusive

Monday, June 29th

Today should have been the first day of Wimbledon.  But there is no tennis, it has poured down nearly all day – I went out to the park, and later for a short walk, and both times it started pouring down whilst I was out, and was so windy that it was hard to keep my brolly up – and the temperature’s more suited to November than June.  1,590 more words


Rooftop Tennis with Federer and the Young Italian Girls

I love to watch tennis especially Wimbledon and my favourite player is Rafael Nadal.

This short video landed on my desk yesterday and it really made my day.   10 more words

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Back to the Studio! (sort of)

So it’s been a bit crazy over the last few months! Hope everyone has been okay and managed to keep things together through lockdown. It has been difficult both mentally and physically but hopefully as lockdown eases we can start moving forward together. 401 more words


When English tennis star, Peter Colt, falls to 119th in the rankings, he realizes that his professional days are over. That is, until he finds renewed love, both on and off the court, when he meets rising star, Lizzie Bradbury. 204 more words



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