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About us

At we're dedicated to providing on the pulse tennis updates every day!

Whether it's news, previews, features or interviews, we work around the clock to give you the lowdown on what's going on in the world of tennis.

We cover various aspects of the tour, providing coverage for the four slams all the way down to some of the more remote Challenger circuit events. And of course, we follow both the major tours.

Meet our team of tennis writers:

  • Amy Lundy Editor
    Amy Lundy

    Amy currently serves as Director of Film & Video for The Tennis Congress and works in the areas of multi-platform journalism and content for the tennis industry. 

    An Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award winning sports reporter, Amy's work has appeared on ESPN's Outside the Lines, CNN and The Golf Channel. 

    She's also a mother of two young children and an avid amateur tennis player.

  • Hannah Wilks Editor
    Hannah Wilks

    Hannah Wilks has been a tennis fan since the 2001 Wimbledon men's final left her in tears on the living-room carpet. 

    Starting out as a blogger and prolific Tweeter, she has been writing professionally about tennis since 2009. A long-time frequent contributor to, she has also written for The Times and aired her opinions on Sports Illustrated's Beyond the Baseline blog. In addition to many long nights hunched over a laptop providing match analysis, she has written on-site coverage from the Paris Masters, the Portugal Open, Queens, Eastbourne, Edgbaston, the 2012 Olympics at Wimbledon and the ATP World Tour Finals.

    Hannah has worked in an administrative capacity on the sports desks of The Sun and The Times and, in the rare moments she is not glued to the tennis, can usually be found editing books on philosophy and visual culture, supporting the Harlequins and England rugby teams or in London pubs arguing the merits of women's tennis.

  • Alex Burton Editor
    Alex Burton

    Alex is an all-round tennis fan, whether it is playing, coaching, writing, or just watching the sport.

    Alex started in sports journalism by writing about football before moving into covering tennis as a volunteer writer during his time at Loughborough University, graduating in 2016 in International Relations.

    When not engaging with tennis, Alex can be found watching Leeds United, Brentford, or following the Seattle sports triumvirate of the Mariners, Sounders, and Seahawks.

    Outside of sport he enjoys travelling, going to the movies, and playing chess.

    Alex’s favourite tennis match is the 2013 Wimbledon semi-final between Juan Martin del Potro and Novak Djokovic.

  • Dave Rineberg Editor
    Dave Rineberg

    Dave Rineberg was the hitting coach for the two greatest American female players, Venus and Serena Williams, from 1992-99, which he chronicled in his book: Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters.

    He has gone on to coach twenty-six top 100-ranked players and over a thousand nationally ranked junior, collegiate and ITF level players.

    Dave is a six-time published author and his latest book, The 100 Best Tennis Lessons, is now available on Kindle and Amazon.

    For coaching inquires email Dave at: or contact him on his website at

  • Ian Horne Editor
    Ian Horne

    Ian Horne is an avid follower of the ATP and WTA tours and has been a regular contributor to for well over three years. During this time he's interviewed a broad selection of top hundred players and put questions to some of the greatest players to have graced the game in press conferences.
    Through working for Livetennis Ian has been fortunate enough to experience some incredible things. His favourite memories from recent years include questioning Roger Federer at Roland Garros and seeing the Rafael Nadal top spin forehand up close. 
    See recent articles Ian has written here & follow him on G+ here.  Email Ian @

  • Steven Webb Editor
    Steven Webb

    Steven has been a huge tennis fan since 1996, when he and millions of others cheered Tim Henman all the way to the Wimbledon quarter-finals. He watches the ATP and WTA tours avidly, and aims to see events live whenever possible. His favourite tournaments to visit are the French Open and the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
    At, Steven specialises in feature articles and analyses of upcoming tournaments.

    Be sure to follow his opinions on G+ here and read his most recent articles here on  Email Steven at

  • Alyssia Varricchio Editor
    Alyssia Varricchio

    I am a student at La Trobe University studying a Bachelor of Journalism (Sport) and I enjoy interviewing young athletes.

    I have grown up playing tennis and when I was younger, I would regularly compete in tournaments across Melbourne. I attend the Australian Open every January and also follow the other major tournaments throughout the year. I follow the AFL and support the Carlton Football Club. Recently, I have grown an interest in soccer, particularly the A-League as Melbourne Heart train close to uni. I enjoy watching them train and attending their press releases. I also volunteer with an organisation called Event Workforce, where I help out at various sporting events around Melbourne.

  • David Cox Editor
    David Cox

    David Cox is an experienced tennis journalist who has covered the ATP and WTA Tours for the past decade, interviewing some of the biggest names in the game and reporting from events like the Grand Slams, the ATP World Tour Finals and the World Sport Awards.

    David has been a tennis writer for many years and knows what it takes to keep tennis fans entertained with a good mix of media content, live coverage, insightful feature articles and exclusive interviews. He enjoys the banter with our many tennis followers on both Facebook and Twitter and his proudest moment was no doubt when Djokovic himself decided to join us on @livetennis.

    See recent articles David has written here and follow him on G+. Email David at

  • Leigh Copson Editor
    Leigh Copson

    Leigh has arrived at with a wealth of journalistic experience behind him, having had his work on a number of sports published by newspapers and magazines around the world.

    Having cut his teeth in the regional press, Leigh joined the Press Association in 2002 and worked on the International Sport Wire service for several years, covering the ATP, WTA and Challenger Tours extensively. He later moved on to the popular Teletext service and during a three-year spell played an integral role in the coverage of all Grand Slam tournaments, as well as ATP and WTA Tour events.

    A big Andy Murray fan, Leigh is confident the Scot will end Britain’s wait for a men’s singles champion at Wimbledon!

    See recent articles Leigh has written here & follow him on G+ here

  • Sports Editor Editor
    Sports Editor

    David is an NCE and NCTJ qualified journalist with over 12 years of professional experience in the world of sport and current affairs. His interest and expertise in sport knows no boundaries and has covered many top class sporting events including the French Open, US Open and Wimbledon.

    His interest in tennis goes back to the 1980s when he had sympathy for Ivan Lendl as he continued to try and fail to win Wimbledon and now he is watching his coaching career with interest as he tries to succeed with Andy Murray where he failed. 

    As well as being an accomplished journalist David is a published author with two books currently out on sale. 

    See recent articles David has written here & follow him on G+ here or Facebook.

  • Raymond Doyle Editor
    Raymond Doyle

    Raymond is the Editor for having graduated with a Degree and a Masters in Marketing before going on to be copy writer and PR betting expert for one of Ireland’s biggest bookmakers.
    Raymond lives for sport  - if he’s not playing football, golf or tennis, he is writing, talking or tweeting about sport. If you are looking for another member of your sports pub quiz team, let him know!
    Raymond grew up waiting for Wimbledon to start every summer while cheering on the likes Stefan Edberg and Andre Agassi. He feels privileged to be writing in a time where three of the greatest players ever are in their prime - Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
    See recent articles Raymond has written here & follow him on G+  and Twitter here.

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