Top UK jockeys compete in the tennis Each-Way Challenge

It is the first week of Wimbledon, tennis much like racing attracts a huge following, and many of the top jockeys in Britain are big fans of the most prestigious grand slam tournament.

To celebrate Wimbledon, top jockeys in the UK are competing against each other to see who has the best tennis skills in the Each-Way Challenge. The Each-Way Challenge is where jockeys have 30 seconds to get as many hits as they can using each side of the racket.

The jockeys also picked who they thought would win Wimbledon and the Group One Coral Eclipse which is taking place at Sandown on 8th July at 3:35pm.

William Buick chose Murray to win Wimbledon and Barney Roy to win the Coral Eclipse.

Pat Dobbs picked Roger Federer to win Wimbledon and Barney Roy to win the Coral Eclipse.

Harry Bentley thinks Andy Murray will win Wimbledon and Cliffs Of Moher will win the Coral Eclipse.

Conor Murtagh picks Andy Murray for Wimbledon glory and¬†Highland Reel for the Coral Eclipse (which trainer Aidan O’Brien has subsequently not entered him for unfortunately).