July 11 - LTA

July 11


Michael Clarke

See details of the successful Nottinghamshire players representing Great Britain in the Special Olympics in Athens.

novak djokovic

Congratulations to Novak Djokovic who captured his first title at the All England Lawn Tennis Club as he swung his HEAD YouTek IG Speed MP to perfection in a thrilling 6-4, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3 defeat of Rafael Nadal. Fellow HEAD player Maria Sharapova also played a tremendous tournament with her brand-new HEAD YouTek IG Instinct and reached the final seven years after her first Wimbledon title.

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ball over net

Read all this season's reports

These weekly reports also appear each Thursday in the Nottingham Evening Post.  We value your contributions by adding interesting details about the matches on your match cards. 

A prize will be awarded to the club who submits the most newsworthy reports .  This was won last year by Magdala Tennis Club.

  

This year the tournament attracted entries from eleven Notts League clubs, slightly down on last year, but with the overall standard of play higher than we have so far seen in the short time that this event has been run.

Click link above to see the full report . 

Mike Wisner

Congratulations to Mike Wisner of David Lloyd West Bridgford who has been awarded LTA Coach of the Month.

Liam Broady

Following on from his success at Junior Wimbledon where he played in the final of the Boys Singles, Liam Boady has been awarded AEGON Junior Player of the Month.  Liam trains at the Nottingham Tennis Centre with Mark Hilton.

U12 County Girls

The U12 Girls County Team were at Bolton last weekend playing in  the National U12 County Finals.

Click link above for full details

 

See details of the latest O60's Mens County Matches with reports by their captain, David Carter

David Phillipson

The world’s top wheelchair tennis players will be in action in Nottingham next week for the 22nd British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, which take place from Tuesday 19th July until Sunday 24th July.

Gordon Reid and Marc McCarroll advanced to the second round of the men’s main draw singles on Tuesday at the 22nd British open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, part of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, during what turned out to be a mixed day for Britain’s top three men’s players.

 

 For the second year in succession British No. 2 Jordanne Whiley has beaten world top 10 ranked opposition at the 22nd British open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, part of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, defeating world No. 7 and fifth seed Annick Sevenans of Belgium 6-3, 6-2 in Wednesday’s second round of the women’s singles.

Three British players will contest Friday's quad singles semi-finals at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, part of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, guaranteeing at least one home-grown main draw finalist on Saturday at the penultimate Super Series tournament of 2011.

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Britain’s Andrew Lapthorne and Peter Norfolk were runners-up to American top seeds Nick Taylor and David Wagner on Sunday as the 22nd British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, a part of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, came to an end in bright sunshine at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

O35's mens team

Nottinghamshire men made the trek south to Eastbourne at the weekend for the annual ‘Tennis Rainfest’ otherwise known as the National over 35’s County Championships and guess what – it was non-stop sunshine, amazing grass courts and and great tennis all the way!

Click link above to see captain Tim Phillips' report .

Pictured left to right:- Jason Revill, Tim Phillips (capt), Mark Wright, Justin Revill, Ryan Williams

 

 
 

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