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MEET OUR CHAMPIONS


Meet Our Champions

As a brand our mission has always been to develop the products athletes need to perform at their best, but we support sportsmen and women in other ways too. Our PlayBrave champions are all at the top of their respective sports, even boasting a few world records between them. We are proud to sponsor our roster of dedicated athletes on their champions journey as they continue to challenge their personal best every day. Keep reading to meet the champions.

Jamie Murray OBE

7 TIME GRAND SLAM DOUBLES CHAMPION

The Murray name has become synonymous with tennis in the UK and the older Murray brother has been making his mark on the tennis court since the age of 10. With 7 grand slam titles under his belt Jamie added to his list of achievements last year by becoming the first man in 60 years to win 3 consecutive mixed doubles titles.

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Claire Fahey

WOMEN'S REAL TENNIS WORLD CHAMPION

Competing since the age of 14, Claire has championed women's Real Tennis and broken down barriers in the sport. At the age of 18 she petitioned the sports association to become the first women to play in the men's game. In 2014 she succeeded in entering the British Championships based on her ability rather than her gender.

Follow Claire's journey @claire_vigrass1


Rob Fahey MBE

13 TIME REAL TENNIS WORLD CHAMPION

Originally from Hobart in Tasmania, Rob is the most decorated of our champions, boasting an impressive 82 titles (and counting) in his long career. His most recent World Championship victory was won just 2 days before his 50th birthday!


Lea Van Der Zwalmen

RACKETS WORLD CHAMPION SINCE 2015

Hailing from France Lea started her Squash career at the age of 8 playing at her club in Toulouse. By the age of 19 she had represented her country and captained the Junior team. Moving to the UK in 2013 she discovered Real Tennis and Rackets, the rest is history.

You can keep up with Lea on Instagram @vdzlea