Tag Archives: tennis

Fatima joins the Capitals – because hockey is for everyone

Top-level sport has huge potential to influence attitudes and behaviour. That’s why we despair when a pro soccer player takes a dive and rejoice when a tennis player concedes a disputed point. Athletes’ actions will be imitated and their attitudes … Continue reading

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Community tennis on the charge in Wales

Guest post by Peter Drew CEO – Tennis Wales With Wimbledon on the horizon once again it always brings out the discussion about tennis being an overly elitist and expensive sport in Wales and in Britain, and the governing bodies … Continue reading

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The man who changed the face of tennis

Amid all the worthy winners at last week’s Tennis Wales awards, a 78-year-old man stole the show. That’s understandable because Mike Davies is the man who changed the face of tennis.

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Forget the gloom – let’s build on a summer of success for tennis

Guest post by Peter Drew, chief executive officer of our client Tennis Wales, on the state of tennis in Cardiff and in Wales more broadly.

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Tennis is thriving in the land of its birth

Among Wales’ many sporting claims to fame, one of the least known but perhaps most significant is that it was the birthplace of lawn tennis.

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