UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

101 players will help welcome the English Open back to the Racketlon World Tour in what has been an incredible entry, bigger than a number of full world tour events.  19 events from U16s to O65s featuring 147 entries, it is certainly going to be a vibrant celebration of Racketlon, and its ever...

Written by James Pope

Essex claimed their first County Championship title with a thrilling victory over Yorkshire, triumphing by 6 points across the whole match.  Division 2 was won by Cambridge 1’s whilst Staffordshire claimed the inaugural Division 3 title as the largest 1 day team event in Racketlon history was...

Written by James Pope

Third best Dane/best FIR President, Kresten Hougaard used his bank holiday Monday productively to join Jermaine Manners and Ed Batson as the only players to win their debut UK Tour elite event.  With usual scribe James Pope spending a more traditional lazy bank holiday weekend avoiding Storm Katie...

Written by James Pope

For all the information on the 2016 Malta Open (23rd-25th September), please read the PDF here.

We all love this sport, and whilst sometimes it makes no sense to, we all still do love it.  The competition, the variety, the mental element of scoreboard pressure on your creaking tennis serve, the...

Written by James Pope

The first (of many) UK player overseas trips took place last weekend as a chunk of the UK Tour regulars headed to Malmo (via Copenhagen) to take on everything Scandinavia could throw at them (Swede's mainly, and some further evidence of "Puppydog" Bispham.  Overseas duty was a new experience to a...

Written by James Pope

With the World Team Championships being confirmed for Copenhagen this summer (28th-31st July) Team GB will be looking to improve on their encouraging performances in Prague. This event will feature the World Championship team event and doubles in the same week.

 

As competition and interest for...

Written by James Pope

James Pope is alive and has been seen on a variety of courts, to calm Paul Mathieson's pre-Wales concerns, however, James was not in Cardiff this year, so it has fallen to someone else to bring gory details and significantly dodgier than usual nicknames in the tournament report.  This author wishes...

Written by James Pope

If you thought that Racketlon was a sport for the youngsters (i.e. those aged 64 or less) - then think again, Wilf Jessop makes the impassioned plea for the older generations to come out in force.

Ask yourself:
 
- Can you stand at a table-tennis table without having to lean on it for...