Art dealer dies after suffering a fall playing tennis

Nicholas Stogdon, 75, was playing tennis on March 23 this year when he suffered from a fall. He started to experience headaches and increasing heaviness on his right-hand side.

He was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital the same day but continued to deteriorate and was pronounced dead at 4.50pm.

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An inquest opening into his took place at Oxford Coroner’s Court on Wednesday (April 3).

A medical cause of death following a post-mortem examination has been given as subdural haemorrhage, fall with a head injury, and atrial fibrillation treated with apixaban.

It was heard that was an art dealer who lived in Middle Street, Kidlington.

A full inquest into his death will take place on July 11 at 11.15am.

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