October 2013 - LTA

October 2013


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These weekly reports also appear each Thursday in the Nottingham 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 over a year . 

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View all the Ladies, Mens and Mixed league Winter results    

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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 over a year . 

View all the Ladies, Mens and Mixed Full league results    (please note that the sets won recorded on this website have been doubled as the system cannot cope with half-sets!) 

View all the Ladies, Mens and Mixed Short Format league results.  

Read Captain Aldona Greenwood's report of the Ladies O35 wins against Northamptonshire, Cumbria and North Wales this summer at Eastbourne  which gained them promotion to Division 5.

Team: from left to right- Nadja Oliveira (nee Birch-von Richter),  Maia Dunn, Caroline Milns, Aldona Greenwood (captain) and Lisa Knowles

Defending champions Maikel Scheffers, Jiske Griffioen and Andy Lapthorne are among thirteen world top 10 ranked players that will line up for the men’s, women’s and quad singles at the 2013 Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, which takes place next week at Nottingham Tennis Centre from 23 - 27 October. 

This summer saw Nottinghamshire Ladies travel to North to Ilkley with a strong team and experience throughout.

Team:
Stephanie Barling
Emelia Box
Laura Cooper
Emily Crowe
Natasha Marks
Charlotte Phillips
Jocelyn Rae
Sarah Usher (capt)
Rebecca Wood
Sarah Wright (capt)



Collingham Tennis Club club secures £50,000 from Sporting Legacy Fund.

Pictured here is the brand new court being played on the for the very first time.

British women’s No. 3 Louise Hunt saved two match points to win the only three set match on Wednesday’s first day of the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Andy Lapthorne made a confident start to his quad singles title defence on Thursday at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament as the quad singles semi-finalists and men’s singles quarter-finalists were decided at the ITF 1 Series event at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Former Nottinghamshire county player and county champion, Sue Webb (pictured on the left), nee McCulloch, has won a USTA national title. 

David Phillipson

Local Nottinghamshire player David Phillipson produced one of two upsets on Friday’s third day of the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament when the British No. 3 defeated world No. 7 Michael Jeremiasz of France for the first time in his career in the men’s singles quarter-finals at Nottingham Tennis Centre. 

Andy Lapthorne retained his quad singles title on Saturday's penultimate day of the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, while Lucy Shuker and Jordanne Whiley regained the women's doubles title and Antony Cotterill and Adam Field also justified top seeding to win the quad doubles title.

Girdon Reid

Gordon Reid (pictured) and Jiske Griffioen won their second Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament titles apiece on Sunday as the final British world-ranking event on the 2013 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour drew to a close at Nottingham Tennis Centre. 

 
 

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