Wimbledon Tennis expansion plans suffered a setback on Tuesday evening, after councillors on the Wandsworth Borough planning committee voted unanimously
Thousands of tennis fans from around the world joined the Wimbledon ticket queue this weekend hoping to catch a glimpse
Wandsworth’s Wimbledon fans can enjoy the tournament on the big screen while supporting local businesses at Southside shopping centre this
Emily Appleton believed there was still plenty to be proud of despite an opening round defeat at Wimbledon Qualifying. Woking’s
Anna Brogan believes staying positive was key as she rallied from a set down to reach the second round of
Stuart Parker is targeting grass court improvement following an opening round defeat at Wimbledon Qualifying.
Being a ball boy at Wimbledon is a unique experience that not many people will ever experience. Between line judges,
One of the biggest challenges a tennis player will face in their career is the transition from junior competitor to fully fledged professional.
Former British number four Alex Slabinsky hated tennis when he started out. He would leave sessions at the age of
Water bottle company evian and environment charity Hubbub are teaming up to introduce 50 new recycling bins in Merton to
A Wimbledon duo selling light savoury gluten-free waffles triumphed at the British Street Food Awards last month. Utter Waffle is