UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

The 14th English Open will be coming to you from the Redbridge Sports Centre from Friday 5th May to Sunday 7th May. Keep up to date with all the goings on through out live blog which you can follow on this page or if you struggle to view the live text on this page then see the full screen version...

Written by James Pope

With snow falling across many parts of the UK and Christmas on the approach, it is tempting to settle in to a warm room and slip into a nice comfy chair while enjoying the festive food and drink treats.  However, to encourage all our players to turn their eyes to those New Year training promises...

Written by James Pope

The nights draw in, excessively early mentions of Christmas occur and don’t start me on “Black Friday” in November.  As a tonic to all these ills, the UK Racketlon review of the 2017 Racketlon season is here to sooth your ills.  From the launching of the Super Series, iPro London’s Champion’s...

Written by James Pope

Despite hot-footing it straight down to the O2 Arena to help cover the ATP World Tour Finals, Sam Barker found time to send UK Racketlon his view from the organisers table of the inaugural Robin Hood Open.  Read on for his take on events. 


The 2017 UK Racketlon Tour drew to a close in Nottingham...

Written by James Pope

Dan Busby produced a squash masterclass in the Men’s A final to seal victory in the Hertfordshire Open while Alison Cooke took home her maiden Ladies A title after a pulsating day of Racketlon at the Letchworth Squash & Tennis Club.  There were also titles for Duncan Marlow (Men’s B), Ed...

Written by James Pope

So, for various reasons I have written a lot about the European Championships, much of which can be read on Racketlon.net.  However, this medium does leave me unable to waffle on about the event in more general terms, especially focussing on the exploits of all those connected to UK Racketlon.  So...

Written by James Pope


It was a sensational day for TeamGB’s U16s, U21s, O45s and O55s teams as the European Racketlon Championships opened with victories galore, from the crushing to the hard fought. As the dust settled, TeamGB topped the medal table with 3 Gold and 2 Silvers. There were also strong performances from...

Written by James Pope

A Bank Holiday weekend, in particular an August Bank Holiday weekend, is synonymous with traffic jams, poor weather and griping children in the back of a car.  However, the junior and veteran sections of the UK Racketlon community, are leaving all the stresses of the UK behind as they jet out to...

Written by James Pope

September is almost upon us and as the kids go back to school and the nights start to draw in, there is comfort to be taken that before the mania of Christmas, there is still Racketlon to be played.  We have three events in September, with the South Eastern Open, Richard Lawrence Open and the North...