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TENNIS


We want to keep the bar as high as possible, but there probably comes a point where we think can we go any further without spending more money?





at The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon, for grounds professionals and those responsible for grass courts, which allows groundsmen to learn from the Wimbledon grounds team and apply it to their situation.


A couple of years ago, Matthew saw germination sheets on the baselines of some Wimbledon courts. Whilst he doesn’t have the resources to trial them at Cromer, the Wimbledon team were happy to show him courts that were and weren’t using them and, as a result, he now uses them


successfully himself. Others in the industry, like head of courts and horticulture at the AELTC, Neil Stubley, are always happy to help and Matthew is keen to pass on that knowledge to others. Taking on advice has been a contributing factor to Matthew’s success so far and may prove to be important going forward. During our interview, we covered how he got the courts to this point, but he has now set a new standard for himself. In the immediate future, he isn’t aiming to raise those standards, but consolidate them and


continue to do what is best for the club. “For next year, we just don’t want to get any worse, so there is a bit of pressure. We want to keep the bar as high as possible, but there probably comes a point where we think can we go any further without spending more money? The only thing we could do is koro them all off, but the club wouldn’t pay for that because there’s no point because they, the members and the LTA are all happy. And it may not be beneficial for the club.”


“The members are a good bunch, and


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