#ACE 8: British stars of 2018, Monica Seles on her illustrious career and doubles with O’Mara and Bambridge

14/12/2018

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Great Brits - #ACE Magazine

The final #ACE issue of the year has landed and it’s jam-packed with features and in-depth interviews to keep you entertained during the festive period.

After another blockbuster year of British tennis action, #ACE takes a look at some of the major milestones hit by players including Kyle Edmund, Jamie Murray, Jack Draper, Katie Boulter and Harriet Dart. 

Then in exclusive interviews, tennis legend Monica Seles gives the lowdown on her glittering career, and British pairing Jonny O'Mara and Luke Bamrbidge share an insight into doubles. 

Elsewhere in the magazine, #ACE relives the Nitto ATP Finals and WTA Finals, and speaks to the LTA's Coach Engagement Manager Matt Smith who embarked on an incredible adventure to deliver tennis to kids across the globe. The issue also features interviews with Belarus starlet Aryna Sabalenka, two-time Grand Slam semi-finalist CoCo Vandeweghe, Aussie star John Millman, and Wimbledon Boys' Singles champion Chun Hsin Tseng. 

In #ACE fashion, it boasts regular features such as #ACE Heroes, which celebrates Djokovic's magical comeback year and #ACE Countdown, which reveals its five favourite rising stars of the year. 

Dig into #ACE Magazine

Sign up or upgrade to British Tennis Team Membership to access the eighth edition of #ACE Magazine, along with a host of other exciting benefits including access to a priority window for tickets to the Fever-Tree Championships at The Queen’s Club, and free entry into the British Tennis Members' Wimbledon Ballot. 

If you’re already at Team Member, access #ACE on your desktop via the members' area on the LTA website, or find #ACE in the App Store or Google Play.

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