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Living Every Point | The parents behind the players

Behind every great athlete is as equally as great a team who help them get to the top. National Governing bodies, coaches, physiotherapists and sports psychologists they all play their part. But let’s not forget those other unsung heroes, the ones who cheer on every success, lend a shoulder to cry on when things don’t quite go to plan and live every game, set and match with their tennis player, whether they are competing at grassroots or elite level – the parents, guardians and families. This week has seen the valuable role parents play in the sporting life of...

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US Open Day 13 | Hewett and Reid, the doubles dream team triumph again

When it comes to lifting doubles titles at Grand Slams Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid seem to have found the recipe for success. A dash of daring and fearless play, a brush of bullying backhands that can knock even the strongest opponent off the court and a pinch of creativity to garnish. Blend them all together and what have you got? A tour de force of the tennis...

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US Open Day 12 | Reid and Hewett set up an all-Brit semi-final showdown

What’s the difference between a Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett US Open singles quarter-final match and a being on a rollercoaster? Absolutely nothing. They all give us ups and downs, have our pulses racing and scare us and delight us in equal measure. And what’s more we keep going back for more of the action despite telling ourselves we can’t go through it...

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