Tag: Tennis


The battle of Tennis’ Big 3 rages on as Djokovic wins record 9th Australian Open title

Novak Djokovic continued his dominance at the Australian Open beating 4th seed, Daniil Medvedev 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 to win his 9th title and 18th overall major title. With the win, Djokovic snapped Medvedev’s 20 match unbeaten streak, which had stretched back to November 2020. Throughout the match, Djokovic continuously piled pressure on Medvedev’s serves with…


Triumphs and trials for UEA Tennis

It’s been a slightly hit and miss start to the year for Tennis. Many of our sessions have been cancelled due to rain, but this hasn’t stopped people joining! We’ve had great turn outs to our tasters and Do Something Different events this year, such as our Welcome Tournament, which saw over 60 people turn up. Trials…


Concrete meets UEA Basketball

Growing up, two sports touched my soul and helped me figure out the kind of person I wanted to be. The first of which was tennis, which I played for seven years. The other was basketball, which changed my life in only two years. These two sports are still a huge part of my life,…


Why get involved in a sport at uni?

Sport Senior Reporter Meyzi Adoni chatted to members of UEA’s clubs to find out the benefits of taking up a sport at uni… For the past couple of weeks, I had a chance to talk with different people from various UEA sports clubs. As a person who grew up playing Tennis and Basketball, I know…


Tennis aim for success

It is that time of the year again where we start to get excited for the new BUCS Season. New season means new team members and most importantly, new goals. Tennis is a popular sport in the UK and I feel like after the success of Andy Murray, it became more popular. However, if you…

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