King wins Futures event in Venezuela

15 November 2015

THE KING OF BAJAN tennis apparently reigns in Venezuela too. Darian King is at it again, having doubled up on the competition this week by winning both the singles and doubles titles at the Venezuela F3 Futures event in Abierto de Margarita. The top-seeded King... Read More


St Cyprian’s sweep Zone 5

15 November 2015

St Cyprian’s Boys’ showed tremendous class and skill in dominating Zone 5 of the Berger Royale/Cave Shepherd National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis championship which continued on Friday at Blackman and Gollop Primary School. With the zone ambassador Julian “Michael... Read More


English woman joining fray

15 November 2015

A European women’s player has been thrown in the mix for the start of this year’s Massy United Insurance Clash Of The Titans road tennis tournament which serves tonight at Coverley, Christ Church. Sarah Peck, a 32-year-old English student who is writing her PhD in... Read More


Hilda Skeene win Zone 3 in school road tennis

11 November 2015

HILDA SKEENE PRIMARY ruled Zone 3 when the Berger Royale/Cave Shepherd National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championships continued yesterday at the Blackman and Gollop Primary School. Hilda Skeene won all of their group matches. They opened with a 2-1 victory over... Read More


Ellerton win road tennis Zone 1

07 November 2015

ELLERTON PRIMARY won Zone 1, the Antoine Daniel Zone of the 2015 Berger Royale/Cave Shepherd National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship to book a spot in the next round. Ellerton defeated St Bartholomew Primary and Charles F. Broome 2-1, while the latter... Read More


Lil Man boycott

06 November 2015

ROAD TENNIS’ big tournament could well be without its “Lil Man”. Mark “Venom” Griffith’s road to yet another Massy United Insurance Clash of the Titans seems a smoother one now as rival Antonio “Lil Man” Daniel looks to continue his holdout from Professional Road... Read More


King targets Australian Open

03 November 2015

HE KEPT BARBADOS above water. Now Darian King is looking to go Down Under. Barbados’ top-ranked tennis pro has his eyes on another Grand Slam, revealing that he intends to appear in at least thr Read More


Federer beats Nadal to Basel title

01 November 2015

BASEL – Roger Federer got the better of old foe Rafa Nadal for the first time in more than three years to win a seventh Basel tennis title 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 on Sunday. Top seed Federer, whose rivalry with Nadal is one of the most storied in tennis history, had not beaten... Read More


Darian King ensures Davis Cup place

01 November 2015

BARBADOS WILL BE staying in Group I. Hometown hero Darian King delivered again, ensuring the hosts avoided relegation with a straight sets victory that gave Barbados an unassailable 3-1 lead in their Davis Cup tennis tie against Uruguay. Read More


Double stomp

01 November 2015

WELL THE PRESSURE definitely isn’t on Barbados now. Uruguay are one foot out the Group I door, as Barbados look certain of avoiding relegation after Darian King and Haydn Lewis convincingly won yesterday’s doubles to put the hosts up 2-1 in their Davis Cup tie at the... Read More


Back on track

31 October 2015

ONE DAY LATER and the relegation tie is still on serve. Just like how Darian King is still on point. The King held court yet again, having levelled Barbados’ all-important Davis Cup Group I tie versus Uruguay via a gritty four-set singles victory yesterday to... Read More


Shot of Venom

26 October 2015

ANYONE WHO ISN’T convinced that Mark “Venom” Griffith is the best road tennis player in the world was surely not at Silver Hill on Saturday night when the fourth Silver Hill Road Tennis Championship climaxed in front of a crowd estimated at more than 4 000. Griffith... Read More


Crowd support

13 October 2015

OVER 2 000 SPECTATORS ringed the court at the FLOW Sports Club, Wildey, on Sunday night to take in two enthralling finals of the Barbados Cooperative Credit Union Limited Monarchs of the Courts road tennis tournament. Read More


‘Lil Man’ looms large on court

12 October 2015

THE RAINS disrupted Saturday night’s road tennis action at Silver Hill but not before the exciting Antonio “Lil Man” Daniel brought his blazing racquet to light up the night while entertaining a small crowd including Minister of Sport Stephen Lashley. Playing his... Read More


On the road to a Monarchy

11 October 2015

Who will be crowned the 2015 monarch of the road tennis courts tonight? Hundreds are expected to flock to the Flow Sports Club in Wildey to see the four best players in the Barbados Public Workers Cooperative Credit Union Limited Monarchs Of The Court battle from... Read More


Clash of top seeds

10 October 2015

THE NUMBER one and two male and female players will clash in the finals of the second Barbados Cooperative Credit Union Limited Monarchs Of The Court road tennis championship tomorrow at the Flow Sports Club, Wildey. The rains finally held up on Thursday night for... Read More


Scouters on youth mission

04 October 2015

Unlike many of the teams that compete in local table tennis, Scouters functions like a club and its impact is felt even outside the annual team championships. They already host two major table tennis tournaments and there are plans to further develop projects. Following... Read More


Bajans lose it

21 September 2015

THE pressure of a do-or-die situation was just too much for young Seanon Williams to handle and he lost to Ecuador’s Gonzalo Escobar in their Davis Cup Americas Zone Group 1 playoff tie yesterday at the National Tennis Centre in Wildey. Williams was a last-minute replacement... Read More


Schoolboys teach elders a lesson

21 September 2015

THEY SAY that a little child shall lead them and that is exactly what Ezekiel “Ezee” Ward and Nicholas “Nik-Nik” Ellis did to rescue a flat opening night of the Silver Hill Road Tennis Championships at the Silver Hill courts on Saturday night. Following dancing... Read More


Barbados lose Davis Cup tie

20 September 2015

BARBADOS LOST THE Davis Cup Americas Zone Group 1 tie against Ecuador 3-2 today at the National Tennis Centre, Wildey. In the final match of the meeting, Seanon Williams went down 6-2, 6-1, 6-0 to the more experienced Gonzalo Escobar. Read More


Up to Seanon

20 September 2015

IT WILL BE UP TO SEANON WILLIAMS to determine Barbados’ fate in the final match of the Davis Cup Americas Zone Group 1 tie against Ecuador as Haydn Lewis is once again unable to take the court. The decision to withdraw Lewis was made during the second set of Darian... Read More




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