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Novak Djokovic Visa Cancelled

Posted on: January 14th, 2022

Novak Djokovic has yet again had his visa cancelled by the Australian border control. The world no.1 now faces possible deportation and a 3 year ban on entry to Australia. Novak’s hopes now rely on a second judge hearing which could be as long as 10 days, with the Australian open due to to start on the 17th there is massive doubt that Novak will not make the tournament. Djokovic is chasing a record 21 grand slams and will be a huge loss to the Australian open, Tennis worldwide and to his fans if the world no.1 is unable to take…

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What to watch out for in the French Open 2017

Posted on: May 15th, 2017

If you are a tennis fanatic, chances are you’re gearing up to watch the 116th edition of the French Open, held in Stade Roland Garros, Paris from 28th May to 11th June, 2017. This classic event is part of both World Tour calendars under the Grand Slam category and invites the world’s finest sporting talent to battle it out in singles and doubles events, as well as mixed doubles events. The Open also welcomes under 18s events (tennis stars of the future) and the Wheelchair Tennis Grand Slam. With so much to take on board during the Open, it’s hard to…

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Maintaining Your MUGA – Part 2: Reactive Maintenance

Posted on: July 23rd, 2015

  Following on from our blog post in May which features tips on how to carry out proactive maintenance on your multi use games area (MUGA), this article will provide useful advice on reactive maintenance so you can decide which form of action will best suit your requirements.   What is reactive maintenance? As opposed to proactive maintenance which puts preventative measures in place before any damage occurs, as the name suggests reactive repair maintenance fixes damage which has already been done to the surface. There are several reasons why a MUGA may suffer from problems, including: Overuse Vandalism Lack of…

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Wimbledon 2015 – Analysing the Superstars Moving Into the Grass Court Tennis season

Posted on: June 28th, 2015

  Today’s tennis fans are spoilt for choice, with players of the highest calibre both on and off the court. Not even the best are dead-certs to win though (remember the French Open), so how are the top stars shaping up in the grass court this season? With seventeen Grand Slam singles titles, seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer is one of the all-time greats. Although he reached the quarter-finals of the French Open, the Swiss will be relieved to have swapped clay for grass. Reaching the age of thirty is no longer a bar to tennis success, but despite staying second…

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Female celebrities take to the netball court for charity!

Posted on: January 20th, 2015

As we embark on a new year, many of us are deciding on a few resolutions to make sure 2015 is one of the best! A common resolution which features on most lists is to do more exercise and become more active by joining a gym or taking up a new sport. In recent years, there has been a surge in the popularity of netball across the country, with more and more people choosing to join their local team. Not only is this an effective way of becoming more active, it provides the perfect opportunity to meet new people.   Since…

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The Growing Popularity of Wheelchair Tennis

Posted on: October 20th, 2014

For beginners and professionals alike, the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games has inspired many to get fitter. Whether this is achieved by taking up a new sport or stepping up your current training, there is always an opportunity to lead a healthy active lifestyle which best suits your preferences.   Wheelchair Tennis Wheelchair tennis has become one of the first sports to build on the massive success the 2012 Games by using the facilities at the Olympic Park for 2014 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters on 26-30 November. Tickets for the event went on sale at the end…

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Stop Selling Off Our Children’s Futures

Posted on: September 26th, 2012

When the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats first formed their coalition in 2010 they pledged to protect our schools’ playing fields and encourage competitive sport in all schools. And with the Olympics aiming to ‘inspire a generation,’ we’ve been left wondering how exactly they hope to achieve this by selling off our schools’ sports fields and facilities. So, it’s no surprise that there has been outrage concerning the governments’ revealed approved sale of 31 school fields in the last 2 years. Especially since only the week before this figure was confirmed, it would appear that the government had tried to sweep…

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Welcome to the All Courts new monthly blog!

Posted on: August 9th, 2012

At All Courts we know that our industry is constantly changing thanks to the introduction of new products, surfaces and techniques, and as such we are dedicated to keeping our customers up to date with the latest information available. Our blog is the perfect place to do this, and we’ll be updating it every month with everything you need to make sure that you get the best from your sports pitches and games areas. Whether you want information on the best products available or how your pitch could improve your performance as well as your enjoyment, or even if you want…

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