UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

We all have our own, very personal reasons for playing Racketlon. It might be the mental challenge of dealing with every point counting, or the physical challenge of four different sports. It might be the desire to learn a new sport, or develop your skills in one you used to play. One reason for...

Written by James Pope

UK Racketlon is delighted to announce the initial dates for the UK Tour, with more events being added in the coming weeks. One of the early highlights will be the World Tour Challenger event, the Nick Matthew Steel City Open in Sheffield in March and we are also able to announce returns to...

Written by James Pope

At the close of play at the Hertfordshire Open, next Sunday (3rd November) at the Letchworth Squash & Tennis Club will be the 2019 UK Racketlon AGM.  All our welcome, whether playing in the event or not.  

The Agenda is as follows:


1. Welcome

2. Apologies

3. Approval of the Minutes of...

Written by James Pope

After a stunning and hectic couple of days, there are only a few spaces remaining in the 2019 Richard Lawrence Open. 

These are:

Junior Singles - 4 players

Ladies Singles - 3 players

Lottery Doubles - 3 players

Men's Doubles - 4 players

Mixed Doubles - 5 men, 3 women

All entries now via...

Written by James Pope

After several years of brilliant service to Racketlon both in Nottingham (including a maiden county title) and across the UK, Jon Spinks will be stepping down from his role as UK Tour Officer in October to take up an exciting new career opportunity. We would firstly like to thank Jon for all he has...

Written by James Pope

A week ago, play was underway at the inaugural London Open, a Challenger event on the FIR World Tour.  Played at the exclusive yet incredibly welcoming Roehampton Club, three exceptional days of Racketlon were played, with players getting the chance to enjoy the glorious grass courts.  As one...

Written by James Pope

Much like tennis, the Racketlon season is transition from an early summer clay court phase (such as the recent German Open) to its standard hard court phase (from Vienna onwards) via a sadly, all too brief grass court season at the 2019 CHA London Open. In fact, for the first time since August...

Written by James Pope

DISCLAIMER: This report is brought to you by an ecstatic, giddy and probably slightly insufferable Nottingham captain (a.k.a Jon Spinks) - my first draft simply said ‘NOTTS, NOTTS, NOTTS!’ Hopefully it’s now a little more balanced, but you’ll probably not hear the end of this until I get our trophy...

Written by James Pope

The Staffordshire Open kicked off the 2019 Weekend Festival of Racketlon in some style as Ray Jordan claimed his first title in nearly two years while Susie Dilloway claimed a maiden Women’s A title, a pair of results that reflected almost déjà vu from the Northumberland Open the previous weekend...