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Emma Hurst and Pippa Horn help GB win historic gold medal

University of Bath students Emma Hurst and Pippa Horn helped Great Britain win a historic gold medal during a memorable weekend at the prestigious Master’U BNP Paribas tournament in France. Already guaranteed their best-ever finish at the world’s biggest annual student tennis team event following an emphatic 7-0 semi-final win over China, Britain produced a

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Students Emma Hurst and Pippa Horn get GB call

University of Bath students Emma Hurst and Pippa Horn will represent Great Britain this weekend in the world’s biggest student tennis team competition, the Master’U BNP Paribas tournament in France. It will be a third successive appearance at the tournament for Sport & Exercise Science student Hurst, supported by a Trendell Sports Scholarship, who helped

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de Groot takes singles and doubles titles at Bath Indoor Tournament

Diede de Groot of the Netherlands, British number one Alfie Hewett, and the USA’s David Wagner were crowned as champions during an outstanding 2017 Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament. Their successes capped a world-class week of competition at the University of Bath Sports Training Village, where multiple Grand Slam champions and Paralympic medallists served up a

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Global champions lead star-studded line-up

Winners of titles at this year’s Wimbledon, Australian, French and US Open tournaments will join Rio 2016 Paralympic gold-medallists in a star-studded line-up for the 2017 Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament. The prestigious event is once again taking place at the University of Bath Sports Training Village following a hugely-successful debut last year, with spectators

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More doubles delight for Team Bath MCTA

A trophy-laden month for Team Bath MCTA Tennis on the ITF World Junior Tour concluded with more success in both the Middle East and Europe. Joe Leather and Yusuke Tamaki, pictured with coach Rob Morgan, went one better than the previous week’s tournament in Bahrain as they won the boys’ doubles title at the Fujairah

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British Quartet qualify for Wheelchair Tennis Season Finale

Great Britain’s Lucy Shuker, Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid and Andy Lapthorne have all qualified to take part in the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Loughborough next month – the season finale to the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis World Tour. The International Tennis Federation’s season-ending championship for the world’s top wheelchair singles players will be hosted once

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