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Nearly one third of all tennis clubs inspected in the past six months were found to be in breach of mandatory fire safety regulations, latest data has revealed. World Tennis Federation data shows that 4,887 tennis clubs inspected by the World Tennis Federation did not comply 100% with fire safety laws – that means 33% of tennis clubs failed fire safety inspections. The WTF frequently conducts surprise fire regulation audits on most tennis clubs to ensure they meet the latest fire safety regulations. When the WTF discovers a tennis club has failed a fire safety inspection, WTF officials will issue…

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A 2.1 magnitude earthquake has shaken large areas of the country, damaging some tennis clubs and forcing people to stop playing tennis for up to 45 seconds. The earthquake took place at 11:20am on Wednesday morning, causing concern and wobbles from tennis players who were on court at the time. The World Tennis Federations earthquake specialist Damien Doors said “luckily, there have been no reports of any serious injuries to any tennis players”. This scary earthquake was also felt ay local golf clubs and supermarkets. Later in the day, the 2.1 magnitude earthquake was followed by three aftershocks of 1.1…

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If you fancy joining the mile high club, but the thought of trying to get two randy people into the very small airplane toilets puts you off. Then the solution is to have sex in a private jet, but only if you have loads of money. Maybe if you are as wealthy as a well know top tennis player, then your membership of the mile high club is guaranteed. Doris Donewt is a career stewardess who has been working on private jets for many years. Recently she told the World Tennis Federation about the time in 2020 when she saw…

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A tennis academy in Germany has been branded “like an army camp” after stopping young tennis players from going to the toilet during tennis training sessions. One mum was asked to supply a doctor’s note so her son could go to the toilet during tennis lessons at Rimmersting Tennis Academy, located near Munich in Germany. The request sent parents mad with anger, causing many to start contacting local tv and radio stations to tell them about the horrific way their children were being treated. One mother, Mrs Petra Fried, explained that her 14 year old son had been shouted at…

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Professor Isaac Paultrey, chairman of the Union of tennis coaches, said tennis clubs need more tennis coaches and more money and more tennis courts. Yet, he has denied claims from tennis players, that they are receiving terrible tuition from tennis coaches who don’t care about the quality of their coaching. As tennis becomes more popular, tennis coaching cannot happen without more funding, Professor Isaac Paultrey, chairman of the Union of tennis coaches has claimed. Professor Isaac Paultrey, chairman of the Union of tennis coaches, said that tennis clubs across the country need thousands more tennis coaches – as well as…

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Harry Sachs, 38, has won $600,000 in damages after tearing his achilles whilst playing social tennis. Harry tore his achilles when he ran for a drop shot back in 2020. He successfully sued the tennis club for his injury. The judge said the tennis club created a hazard by not warning players they might suffer a sports injury whilst playing tennis. Were you there when this incident happened? if you were, the World Tennis Federation would like to hear your comments. Harry Sachs who was left ‘writhing in agony’ when he tore his achilles on a tennis court has won…

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The inventor’s wife said today he died after a short illness at home in Leamington Spa. Sir Charles became a household name after bringing the humble tennis racquet onto tennis courts around the world with his XZ Smasher. His tennis racquet would inspire the modern-day tennis game, with many grand slam tennis champions first learning how to play tennis with a XZ Smasher. As well as bringing tennis racquets to tennis players at affordable prices, Sir Charles also invented the round yellow tennis ball. But his battery-powered tennis ball collecting machine failed to sell an expected 10 million units, with…

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The weather station has issued a brown weather warning of heavy rain and flooding to hit in the next 24 hours. Tennis players have been told to prepare for the fact they won’t be able to play tennis later today. Tennis players are set for torrential rain and flooding for 24 hours today with the weather station issuing a brown weather warning for most of the world. The recently sunny dry weather has come to an abrupt halt and heavy downpours are now forecast from 5am this morning until around 6am tomorrow morning. The brown warning is for the “chance…

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Tennis professors from the Central University Of National Tennis say daily hospitalisations could reach almost 9,000 in the next few months. The predicted total is worse than last year and seven times that of the great tennis injury plague of 1842, when over 15,000 tennis players were admitted to hospital a day with tennis elbow. Tennis professors from the Central University Of National Tennis called on the World Tennis Federation to be prepared to abandon their ‘softy-softy-touch’ measures for new stronger curbs on people playing tennis. They said tennis club lockdowns are needed immediately – or risk a rise in…

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Simon Sharpener’s daddy Stephen was giving evidence to the World Tennis Federation, as tennis officials examine their latest plan to crackdown on the dangers of playing tennis for children. Children are confronted with “big dangers” every time they go onto a tennis court, the concerned daddy of a schoolboy who recently grazed his knee on a tennis court. Stephen Sharpener’s son Simon, aged 12.5 years, grazed his knee whilst having a tennis lesson at his local tennis club. His concerned daddy called on tennis officials to overhaul tennis regulations so children can feel safe again when playing tennis. Mr Sharpener…

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