The tennis section of the Sainsbury's School Games county finals took place at the Nottingham Tennis Centre on Friday 4th July.
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25th British Open WheelchairTennis Championships
15th – 20th July 2014Nottingham Tennis Centre
Super Series event on the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour
Come and support our local player David Phillipson!
Free entry for all spectators
For more information please visit:www.britishopenwtc.org.uk
The 12U Girls county team of Anna Buckley, Amelia Rajecki, Millie-Mae Matthews and Jasmine Ramsden, travelled to Oxford on 28th and 29th June to play their summer county cup matches against Leics, Lincs, Warks and Northants.
Click link to read the team captain's report by Charlotte Palul.
British No.2 Marc McCarroll secured the outstanding result on the second day of the 25th British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships at Nottingham Tennis Centre when he defeated Japan’s world No.7 Takuya Miki to reach Thursday’s men’s singles quarter-finals.
Andy Lapthorne and Gordon Reid maintained the home challenge as the semi-finalists were confirmed on the third day of the 25th British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships at Nottingham Tennis Centre.
Great Britain’s world No.3 Andy Lapthorne booked a place in his first British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships quad singles final today after defeating American world No.1 David Wagner 6-2, 6-2 at Nottingham Tennis Centre.
Yui Kamiji of Japan and Australia’s Dylan Alcott won the women’s singles and quad singles titles on the penultimate day of the 25th British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships.
Meanwhile, Great Britain’s Gordon Reid (pictured) and Shingo Kunieda of Japan reached Sunday’s men’s singles final at the Super Series event at Nottingham Tennis Centre.
The 12U Boys County Cup team travelled to Kings Park, Northampton, for their macthes against four counties.
The team pictured left to right: Kieran O’Driscoll Pablo, Thomas Connelly, Jacob Dunk and Charlie Wood
Click link to read captain's report
Shingo Kunieda won his fifth British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships men’s singles titles as the fifth Super Series event of the year drew to a close on Sunday at Nottingham Tennis Centre, with Great Britain’s Gordon Reid finishing runner-up to the Japanese world No.1 for the second time since 2012.
After months of matches around the Midlands both the U12 and U14 girls teams from the Nottingham Tennis Centre qualified for the highly anticipated AEGON Team Tennis Finals down in Roehampton and we were not disappointed. It was a chance for the NG7 girls to come together and play as one and we were ready for the challenges that lay ahead.
Saturday 19th July 2014 at Kings Park, Northamptonshire
BOYS, Daniel Wright, Noah Johnson, Pheonix Weir
GIRLS, Millie Wileman, Jess Spencer, Eva Straw
Nottingham’s international summer of sport, continues with women’s international tennis on the outdoor courts at The Nottingham Tennis Centre, from Sunday 3 August to Saturday 9 August, with free entry to spectators.
Our Ladies County team team travelled to Surbiton to do battle against Essex, Middlesex, North of Scotlan and West of Scotland in Division 3.
The 2014 Club Championship Tournament took place on the grass courts at the County Ground in extremely hot conditions.
The County Ground
Tennis Drive, The Park
Nottingham NG7 1AE