Source: LTA

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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Source: Matchtight

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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Source: @TheProgressTour

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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Source: Sarah Voysey

LTA appoints Lucy Shuker as ‘National School Sport Champion’

Ahead of ‘National School Sport Week at Home’ this Monday 22nd June, the LTA have announced that double Paralympic medallist Lucy Shuker has been appointed ‘National School Sport Champion’ for tennis. In partnership with children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust, Lucy will join a group of international athletes from other sports such as cricket, football

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Source: Matchtight

Alicia Barnett and Luke Johnson provide home cheer

Luke Johnson and Alicia Barnett capped off a fine 2020 LTA British Tour event for Team Bath Tennis by claiming silverware on their home courts on Saturday. Three of the four finalists in the Grade 1 Premier competition train at the University of Bath, with number two seed Barnett coming through a three-set thriller against

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