William Ndukwu came to England to conquer tennis, his daughter Alisha now carries the torch.
Pickle vs. Padel
A certain spicy new racquet sport takes America by storm, while Europe grapples with glass cages and a fast bat.
A Fashionable Serve Through Tennis History
Exploring iconic fashion moments and the evolution of on-court style.
Friend of the All Court Tennis Club, Marcus Willis Hunts for a Wimbledon Wildcard
Marcus Willis sits down with Adrian Brune of the All Court Tennis Club to discuss his return to tennis and what it’s like to play Federer.
Master your game with tips from this top Miami coach
If getting a message across to your players is a skill then the All Court Tennis Club’s Miami Ambassador Frederico Goncalves is a master of his craft. Here, the Portugal-bred, Miami-based coach gives us a run-down on how to take some simple steps towards improving your game.
The little-known history of Berlin’s iconic tennis clubs
Eat your heart out USTA. The leagues and the associations of the United States Tennis Association have nothing on the 197 racquet clubs located either in, or a quick bicycle ride from, the Mitte (Middle) district of Berlin.
Cultivating adaptability on different court surfaces: the clay edition
With the clay season rapidly approaching, many of us are gearing up to bring our hard-earned skills to competitive match-play, while the best in the game prepare to do the same.
The racquet sport taking over the US racquets industry: Pickleball
Pickleball is like tennis and ping pong had a baby, but that baby grew up to be the cool kid in school. So cool that it’s actually being referred to as the ‘fastest growing sport in the world.’
Tech Innovation in Tennis: The mini racket Djokovic can’t get enough of
With over 600k followers on Instagram, Functional Tennis is one of the sport’s biggest social media accounts out there, yet the man behind the success story is rarely in front of the cameras.
Best tennis clubs in Madrid: top spots to ace your game
Madrid is the host city of one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments – the Mutua Madrid Open, which takes place at the beginning of May at Caja Magica.
The Brazilian business venture taking sustainable tennis merchandise to tennis fans worldwide
Finding a way to make use of tennis racket strings after they have hit their final ball is a dilemma that has never been solved, or perhaps never even been considered! But a new business venture considering both tennis fans and sustainability has the potential to change just that.
What to do in London during Wimbledon
Widely regarded as the most prestigious event on the grand slam calendar, the annual Wimbledon tournament, held in the affluent suburbs of South-West London is undoubtedly the showcase of grass tennis and has held such a title since inception in 1877. The event is globally renowned for its crisp white wearing attendance, royal affiliations, truckloads of strawberries and its rightful ownership over an action packed two weeks of world-class tennis.
Best Tennis Clubs in Miami: Top Spots to Ace your Tennis Game
With its balmy climate and thriving tennis scene, it’s no wonder Miami takes the title as tennis capital of the world. From world-renowned tournaments to legendary courts, the Magic City only further contributes to its claims through hosting the Miami Open each year.
How Wealthy is Roger Federer?
The All Court Tennis Club deep dive into the sponsorship deals, winner’s cheques and just about everything else that has contributed to Roger Federer’s impressive fortune.
The Art to Mastery Through Effective Goal Setting with Clinical Psychologist, Jeff Greenwald
Jeff Greenwald believes that for players focused on improving their game and enhancing match performance, mastery can be achieved by looking inwards at the habitual practice of small goals which will ultimately lead to the improvement of bigger performance goals.
The Power of Your Mental Game with Clinical Psychologist, Jeff Greenwald
Adaptability on Court Staying adaptable and being agile mentally is important when handling situations on court you do not expect, whether it's a double fault or a bad call by your opponent. It’s easy to let ego get involved when playing somebody you feel you should...
What to do in Paris During the French Open
The 2023 French Open Runs from 28 May to 11 June and takes the throne as the king of clay tournaments. Whether you’re a seasoned attendee or a first timer, the All Court Tennis Club want to share some city knowledge on a the place they just can’t stay away from.
Best Tennis Clubs in New York: Top Spots to Ace your Tennis Game
When you think of New York City, perhaps street vendors selling warm pretzels, 5th Avenue shopping, King Kong (or Spiderman) hanging from the Empire State Building or a walk through Central Park come to mind.
Tennis Mental Game: Jeff Greenwald’s Free Mental Coaching Series
Achieve peak performance with Jeff Greenwald’s expert mental tennis coaching. Advanced techniques and personalised audio series included at no cost.
The All Court Tennis Club sit down with Deputy Director of The Davis Cup, Francisco Clavet
Francisco Clavet is the Madrid Ambassador for the All Court Tennis Club and has seen a successful tennis career and journey through the ATP ranks throughout his life, but his most recent career highlight is one taking on the Deputy Director role at the 110th edition of the Davis Cup.
The Art of Fostering Tennis Talent in Children with LTA Coach Barry Fulcher
Barry Fulcher is a former ATP ranked player and has been coaching professionally for over 20 years. With experience at coaching at all levels of the game, he offers some thoughts to the parents of children interested in tennis, in a way that fosters development and encourages participation.
Interview with Lewis Burton
Former professional tennis player, Lewis Burton has enjoyed the game of tennis from a young age and saw a professional career spanning eight years. His days of pro tournament play may be behind him, but now he has turned his attention back to the sport in an entirely new way as Brand Ambassador to the All Court Tennis Club.
Train with Harley Street’s Top Athlete Physiotherapist, James Vickers
Target trouble areas and enjoy injury-free tennis with James Vickers, our experienced physiotherapist and rehabilitation specialist, based on London’s prestigious Harley Street.