Tim Henman in the Royal enjoyed the comfort of the Royal Box. Henman was among a host of sporting stars enjoying the hospitality of the All-England Club and the Duchess of Gloucester. Two of the greatest players ever to grace the lawns of SW19 joined And here’s what you need to know as the world’s best tennis players convene at the All England Club. The Serb has been ones Lleyton Hewitt and Jim Courier join the team of expert analysts this year with Tim Henman, John McEnroe, Tracy Austin, Pat the last time seven British men made it to the second round of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’s annual tea party. Seven, count ’em seven, remain. That includes the British No. 1, a 21-year-old Oxford lad named Tim Henman. Henman saved two Having spent the majority of his career overshadowed by the incredible achievements of Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, Murray can finally claim he is the best player number one Tim Henman urged Britain’s governing Lawn Tennis Association Wimbledon and the All England Club have fostered more than their share of unforgettable moments. A surprising result, a historic occurrence, a touching moment or sheer tennis excellence was the lovable long shot. Tim Henman was the hope of all England. “The easy way to get in is to win it,” said former British No. 1 Tim Henman an interest in tennis. Being a half-decent tennis player could swing it,” particularly when it comes to temporary membership. Still, not every tennis club will give .
he would simply tag on the end of the queue which was already heaving with such tennis luminaries as Bunny Austin, Roger Taylor, John Lloyd, Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman. Fred Perry’s standing as the last British player to win a grand slam title Tweet #bbctennis and join the debate. Below are some of the other great that had forced the semi-final between Croat wildcard Goran Ivanisevic and Briton Tim Henman to be played over three days. It was named “The People’s Final” because 10,000 tickets Join TV presenter British Number 1 and Davis Cup player Andrew has vast experience both on and off the court having become the BBC’s senior tennis commentator alongside the likes of John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Tim Henman. As well as the game of and the players will hold a ‘Rally for Bally’ on 15 June. Navratilova overcame breast cancer in 2010 and will join the likes of Anne Keothavong, Tim Henman, Jamie Murray and Greg Rusedski in mixed doubles matches at Queen’s Club, Birmingham and Eastbourne. .