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#ACE Magazine is back and now available as a mobile edition

11/08/2017

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#ACE 2 cover

The second edition of #ACE is out and it's now even easier for British Tennis Team Members to enjoy their exclusive magazine.

Issue 2 is now available as a mobile edition for iOS and Android devices, meaning Team Members can read #ACE content both on the go and at home.

Head to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to download the latest edition, which sees the stars of British tennis grace the front cover in a Wimbledon special. Team Members will need to enter their BTM Number to access the new issue.

#ACE is available as an exclusive benefit for British Tennis Team Members. Find out how you can sign up and get closer to the action with Team Membership.

Leading the big names featured in Issue 2 is Heather Watson as she reveals the guilty TV pleasure that kept her entertained off the court on her way to the mixed doubles final at SW19.

Up-and-comer Cameron Norrie is our Young Gun, while Aljaz Bedene talks us through his injury comeback head of Wimbledon in our #ACE 72 feature.

British success is celebrated in our Grand Slam Brits feature as we round up the trophies snatched up by home talent at SW19.

We also look beyond these shores to the stars of world tennis, dropping in on Stan Wawrinka at The Queen’s Club, Novak Djokovic in Eastbourne, and Daniela Hantuchova as she announced her retirement at Wimbledon.

Roger Federer’s unprecedented eighth Wimbledon title is dissected by The Guardian’s tennis correspondent Kevin Mitchell, who attempts to solve the Roger-Rafa question and the debate over the greatest player of all time.

There is also a sprinkling of stardust from those who have made their names outside of tennis. Former world heavyweight champion David Haye faces a grilling in #ACE Spotlight and Strictly Come Dancing stalwart Anton du Beke talks us through his doubles game in the Wimbledon queue.

Complementing the famous faces are regular #ACE features such as #ACE Heroes, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of Greg Rusedski’s run to the US Open final, and #ACE Countdown, which runs through the top five fashion moments in Wimbledon history.

The first in our series of coaching clinic videos offers Team Members handy hints on how to tune up their serves and #ACE Stories takes readers behind the scenes of this year’s grass-court season.

For Team Members who like to read #ACE on a bigger screen, Issue 2 is still available as a tablet edition via the App Store and Play Store, and as a desktop version via the link in the Members Area of the British Tennis website.

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