UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

Dutch Open Day 2

by Keith Lesser

Some outstanding performances at the Dutch Open. Read up on Day 1 here. Continue here for a full Day 2 report.

Shawn Doney picked up the O45's title and the Scottish tennis specialist is stamping his authority on the World Tour. One can see tough matches ahead...

Written by James Pope

Dutch Open Day 1

by Keith Lesser

Some good performances from Brits at the Dutch. The attractively located centre near to the heart of the beautiful city of Rotterdam is an attractive destination for most European racketlon players.

Here are the British entrants with day 1 results info summarised...

Written by James Pope

Lawson Lewis Eastbourne Open - saturday 16th July

Please find attached the provisional draws and timings for the above event.  Please note these are the current draws and are subject to change for any late withdrawals.  At present the only change we can foresee is additional entrants into the...

Written by James Pope

Notts Open 2011 - Results

Thanks again to Andrew Hopwood for organising a great  Nottingham Open.

The full results and a short report is below.


Despite the rain the 4th Nottinghamshire racketlon was a great success. All three categories were stronger than last year and because of its...

Written by James Pope

Notts Open 2011 - Draw/Schedule Published

The player information, draws for each category, and the overall schedule, are all now available in a single Excel (97-2003 format) spreadsheet, available to download at:


All entrants are requested to read this sheet and the event...

Written by James Pope

Racketlons Stars of the Future


A group of sixty Year 4 children from Alwoodley Primary School in Leeds prove that Racketlon has a bright future...

The children played Table Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Tennis at Chapel Allerton Tennis Club during a three-hour session. Whilst learning new...

Written by James Pope

National Racketlon Day - Saturday 16th July

For the first time ever the UK Racketlon Tour will be hosting 2 events on the same day.

This illustrates the increasing popularity of the sport with over 75 people competing on the same day.  Add to that a few UK competitors competing in the Dutch Open...

Written by James Pope

The latest event list has been published reflecting the delay in the Welsh Open to later in the year and the addition of the British Doubles Championships at the end of September.

The English Open is the highlight of the year and one for the diary for most.

Best wishes on your sporting journey...

Written by James Pope


Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, the upcoming Welsh Open will not run on 2 July 2011. We are hopeful that a new date can be arranged for later this year, so please look out for further developments with regard to this tournament.

Please ensure you get...

Written by James Pope

Next Tournament - Welsh Open. On Site Hotel and World Ranking Points

Fiona Sime and Ed Batson took the plaudits last year which was famour for the return of Nick Macey and the introduction of John Bult. England Internationals Duncan Stahl, Jonathan Healey, Richard Lawrence and Keith Lesser have...