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Sania Mirza Becomes World Number 1 in Women’s Doubles.

13 April 2015 | 1:04pm

After many years of hard work and battling against all odds, GSC’s Sania Mirza has finally claimed the world number one spot after the recent success she has achieved with new partner Martina Hingis. The pair have won three tournaments in a row over in the USA including Indian Wells Masters, Miami Masters and the […]

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Weekly Roundup

13 April 2015 | 1:04pm

In what will go down as a historic week for women’s tennis, a long time GSC player shined bright in the USA. Sania Mirza, India’s most successful tennis player stretched her winning streak with partner Martina Hingis to three tournaments by winning the Family Circle Cup to become the number one pairing and making Sania […]

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Aljaz Bedene Confirms British Citizenship!

31 March 2015 | 11:03am

     ATP professional tennis player Aljaz Bedene has officially become a British citizen today following a citizenship ceremony that took place in government offices in Hatfield this morning. The world number 83 will officially become the British number 2 when he receives his new passport from the UK passport office in the next couple […]

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Weekly round up 02.03.2015

2 March 2015 | 10:03am

The last week has been far more quiet than the previous week after a great progressive week, it seems the GSC players were in need of recovery. The British duo in India shone, with Harriet Dart reaching the QF of the ITF $25k event with some big wins on the way but it seems she […]

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Weekly Round-Up

24 February 2015 | 12:02pm

To help with keeping all followers up to date with the activity of our players, we will now be publishing a round up of the previous week on this blog. This will include both on and off-court events for all GSC players There was success across multiple continents last week, with two finals in respective […]

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GSC Acquire new young talent.

12 February 2015 | 12:02pm

Global Sporting Connections is pleased to announce the signings of Djurabeck Karimov of Uzbekistan and Alex Solanki of India on multi-year management deals with immediate effect. Jurabeck Karimov who is regarded by many as a future top 10 ATP player recently reached the semi-finals of the boys singles at the Australian Open, falling to the […]

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Nick Kyrgios looks forward after Australian Open Success

12 February 2015 | 11:02am

Nick Kyrgios is not resting on his laurels after his successful Australian Open 2015 campaign where he became the first teenager since Roger Federer to reach multiple Grand Slam Quarter Finals, following his Wimbledon Quarter Final appearance last summer, showing he is starting to deliver on his huge talent. The Open was his first tournament […]

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Patch Sponsorship in Tennis

10 December 2014 | 8:12pm

Sponsorship in sport is monumental business with firms constantly searching to lift their brands above competitors in the eyes and minds of the all important consumer. Patch sponsorship is a growing phenomenon in sports synonymous with a luxury market. Formula One and Golf are good examples. Branded patches featuring logos are sewn/printed onto players’ shirts giving prolonged periods of […]

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Sania Mirza shines in IPTL

2 December 2014 | 3:12pm

Sania Mirza, one of India’s hottest sporting talents has shown her worth in the last week in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League. Sania’s team, the Micromax Indian Aces have won all 4 of their matches so far in Philippines and Singapore, with Sania not dropping a set in the mixed doubles. The reception the […]

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Nick Kyrgios awarded Tennis Australia Newcombe Medal

2 December 2014 | 3:12pm

GSC’s Nick Kyrgios has topped off the greatest year of his career to date with the highly coveted Newcombe Medal awarded to the most impressive tennis at the top level in 2014. Nick pipped Casey Dellacqua, Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Stosur to the award. Nick was dressed in Ted Baker for the night, where he […]

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