- 02 February 2023
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Travel can be something we look forward to once again. So where to Travel in 2023? We have created a list of the hottest beach destinations to inspire your next Vacation, with less regulations and a lot more glamour!
- 05 May 2015
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The mighty ‘Roland Garros Stadium’, named after a French war hero aviator from World War I is the only tennis stadium hosting a Grand Slam event that’s not named after tennis great. It was built back in 1928 and has been the home of the French Open since it’s inception as the ‘French Internationals’ in 1925. French tennis players held sway on the world stage in the interwar years winning the Davis cup for five years straight beating the Americans time and time again on their home soil. Understandably tennis was cancelled for the five years of World War II, but after hostilities ceased there was no stopping the parade of big servers and heavy hitters demolishing their rivals on center court. In 1968 the ‘French Internationals’ became the first of the ‘Opens’ when amateur and professional players competed in the same tournament. The three tennis events that make...