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13-Time Grand Slam Champion Jordanne Whiley Retires

British tennis star Jordanne Whiley has announced her retirement from the professional sport The four-time Paralympic medalist and 13-time Grand Slam Champion announced the news via her social media channels earlier today A number of sporting organisations have already paid tribute to Whiley’s illustrious career and thanked her for her contribution to British sport British

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Team Bath hosts exciting week of UK Pro League tennis

Team Bath Tennis player Giles Hussey enjoyed home success and there was a third consecutive victory for Sonay Kartal when the University of Bath hosted Round 7 of the 2021 UK Pro League tennis tournament. An exciting week of televised competition on the indoor courts at the Team Bath Sports Training Village ended with Hussey

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Deaf Tennis Championships return to the National Tennis Centre

Reigning champions and World Championships medallists Esah Hayat, Lewis Fletcher and Phoebe Suthers join former champion Peter Willcox among the leading entries for the LTA’s National Deaf Tennis Championships, which take place at the National Tennis Centre this weekend, 26 and 27 September. With singles, doubles, mixed doubles and junior titles to be decided during

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Team Bath Tennis claims University of the Year accolade

Team Bath Tennis has been awarded the coveted ‘University of the Year’ accolade at the national LTA Tennis Awards. A unanimous choice by the judging panel, the award recognises the outstanding contribution of Team Bath coaches, players and support staff to promoting and supporting the sport during 2019. As well as a thriving student set-up

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Doubles delight for Team Bath Tennis duo

Team Bath Tennis players Alicia Barnett and Olivia Nicholls capped a fine week of competition in the Progress Tour Women’s Championships by winning the doubles title. It was a fitting conclusion for the duo, who were both part of the team that organised the behind-closed-doors event at the LTA’s National Tennis Centre in Roehampton. Barnett

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