Posts Tagged: Wimbledon

What to expect at The Wimbledon Championships 2018

2nd – 7th, 9th – 15th July 2018 First held in 1877, Wimbledon is quite rightfully considered the home of Tennis. Oddly enough, ‘Center Court’ was mis-named between 1922 and 1997: it was central at the old site on Nursery Road, but when the club moved to it’s current site it wasn’t, not until the… Read more »

10 facts you didn’t know about Wimbledon

The Wimbledon Championships is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It has grown somewhat since it was founded. Read on for some fun facts… 1. Food With 2200 staff, Wimbledon has the largest European sporting catering operation with over 320,000 glasses of Pimms and 166,000 servings (34 tonnes) of strawberries consumed. 2. Age… Read more »

Win Two Wimbledon 2014 Tickets

To celebrate the success of Britain’s Andy Murray at Wimbledon 2013, Team Tactics are giving away 2 tickets to the 2014 Wimbledon Championships.  In the men’s game, champion Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal at the peak of their careers. On the Women’s side, the competition is likely to be excitingly unpredictable with outside… Read more »

How Andy Murray Won The Wimbledon Crowd

With Wimbledon 2013 now underway, the tennis so far has been welcomed by blue skies. What’s more, the hopes of British tennis fans are brighter than ever as Andy Murray embarks on a new Wimbledon campaign. This time as the US Open, Olympic and the British public’s champion. Scruffy in appearance, awkward in front of… Read more »

Rafael Reborn: Will Nadal be a Wimbledon Contender?

Nadal’s 2012 Wimbledon Agony Tennis fans watching Wimbledon 2012 will remember Roger Federer’s return to his majestic best and Andy Murray’s tears. However there is perhaps one memory that eclipses both of these – Rafael Nadal’s shock second round defeat to Lukas Rosol. The Spaniard, fresh from his usual Grand Slam Victory at the French… Read more »

Wimbledon 2013: Looking Ahead After Thrilling Australian Open

Wimbledon 2013 promises to be an enthralling contest after an exciting Australian Open climaxed on Sunday, with Novak Djokovic proving once again why he is officially the world’s greatest player. The final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic guaranteed a gladiatorial contest, with both men displaying a world class repertoire of shots, phenomenal athleticism and a determination… Read more »

Andy Murray For BBC Sports Personality Of The Year?

I think every person in Britain who follows tennis would have thought that, since Andy Murray’s victory over Federer during the Olympics, he can go on to achieve bigger and greater things. They are not wrong. Ivan Lendl, the new man in Andy’s life who has been credited with bringing better fitness, greater will power… Read more »

Did You Know? 10 Facts About Wimbledon

With much of the public’s focus on the London 2012 Olympics, we thought it was time to remind our readers of a little tournament happening a few weeks before called Wimbledon. Usain Bolt might be talking of a 100 metres in 9.4 seconds but he hasn’t got a thing on our stats below! So enjoy… Read more »

All You Need To Know About Wimbledon Hospitality & Tickets

Wimbledon is unquestionably one of the greatest sporting events in the world. It’s combination of history and tradition creates a global event quite unlike any other and for that reason it’s rightly regarded as the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. The All England Club in Wimbledon has held The Championships since 1877 and… Read more »