Source: Matchtight

Anne Keothavong and Anna Smith launch ticket sale for Fed Cup tie

Great Britain’s Fed Cup Captain Anne Keothavong and Team Bath player Anna Smith joined local tennis players at the University of Bath yesterday as tickets for the highly-anticipated Fed Cup by BNP Paribas went on sale to the general public. The University’s £30million Sports Training Village will stage the international women’s team event, dubbed the

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Source: Pentathlon GB

World Champion and Olympic medallist Samantha Murray to retire

Pentathlon GB’s 2014 World Champion and 2012 London Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray has announced her retirement from modern pentathlon today. The 29-year-old, who also won World Championship bronze in 2012 and enjoyed a World Cup win in 2015, is one of Great Britain’s most successful modern pentathletes and will retire after nearly 10 years

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Source: Tennis Foundation

Epic final and surprise victories at 2018 Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

The international nature of the Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament was illustrated by its roll of honour as players from six countries claimed the titles after another excellent week of world-class competition at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Italy’s Giulia Capocci wrapped up the second ITF 1 Series women’s singles title of her

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Star-studded field set for Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

Thirteen world top 10-ranked players, including two former tournament champions and two current World Champions, feature among a star-studded line-up for the 2018 Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, which takes place from 6-10 November at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Forty three players from 16 different countries, including a host of top Brits,

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Source: @devonkelster

“Immense” pride as Kelly Ganfield wins historic medal

Kelly Ganfield said that becoming the first visually-impaired athlete to claim a medal at the Invictus Games “felt immense” after the University of Bath-based sprinter won silver in Sydney. Ganfield, who runs tethered to guide and athletics coach Mikail Huggins, teamed up with Naomi Adie, Alexandra McClellan and Debbie O’Connell to finish runners-up to the United States in

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