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TOUR OF THE MONTH
ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
20th June 1837 Queen Victoria receives the news from the Archbishop of Canterbury that her uncle William IV had died and she was now queen.
The London Tennis Tour
A tour of some of the key sites for tennis historians, including more than just Wimbledon!
NOTE: Please note this is a virtual tour, a Do-It-Yourself tour you can print off and take with you when you visit London.
Submitted by ShadyOldLady
|1||Boris Becker's Sex Cupboard||Nobu Restaurant, 19 Old Park Lane, London|
|2||Henman Hill or Murray Mound?||Aorangi Terrace, All England Club, Wimbledon|
|3||Henry VIII's tennis court||Hampton Court Gardens, London|
|4||Berry Bros & Rudd Ltd||3 St. James's Street, Lambeth|
|5||The Hand & Racquet||48 Whitcomb Street|
|6||Wimbledon, Lawn Tennis Club||Church Road, Wimbledon|
|7||Dorothea Lambert Chambers' house||7 North Common Road, Ealing|
|8||Fred Perry and The Brentham Club||38a Meadvale Road, Ealing|
|9||Fred Perry lived here||223 Pitshanger Lane, Ealing|
|9 locations, 5750 hits|
Download a PDF version of this tour here. This can then be emailed or printed and allows for your personal notes to be added prior or while on tour.