Friday 24 October at 08:38

The Tennis Foundation, Great Britain’s leading tennis charity, in association with UK Deaf Sport, today announced that it has been awarded the rights to host the inaugural World Deaf Tennis Championships, a new event for elite players, at Nottingham Tennis Centre from 20th to 27th July 2015.

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Friday 24 October

A dedicated audiologist from Germany is celebrating after being crowned European Audiologist of the Year, just weeks after it was announced he’d won the trophy for his country.

In a year with more entries than ever before, Jens Warnecke, who works at

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