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Shropshire’s youngsters impressed in the LTA’s 14U County Cup - with Nigel Hunter, the county’s director of tennis, insisting he’s excited about the future.
Cathie Sabin, Shropshire’s former Lawn Tennis Association president, will officially open Bridgnorth Tennis Club’s new courts during the first Great British Tennis Weekend of 2018.
Two of Shropshire's British Tennis Awards county winners have now been recognised further afield by scooping prestigious regional prizes.
Ian James and Louise Fisher proved a winning combination as they were crowned Tennis Shropshire mixed doubles over-50s champions for the first time.
Broseley Tennis Club has held a very successful open day with more than 50 people taking part.
More Shropshire tennis clubs than ever have signed up to take part in this year’s Tennis for Kids programme, a popular Lawn Tennis Association initiative.
Tennis Shropshire’s popular Tennis Futures programme is inviting applications from youngsters to sign up for this year’s scheme.
The future of Shropshire tennis looks bright after both the boys and girls teams narrowly missed out on gaining promotion in the 18U County Cup.
A new state of the art tennis facility at a Shropshire school has been served an award for innovation and will be replicated across the UK.
Unseeded Frenchman Fabien Reboul held his nerve to be crowned Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series champion at The Shrewsbury Club.
Austrian Maximilian Neuchrist, the seventh seed, will take on Frenchman Fabien Reboul in today's final of the $25,000 Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series at The Shrewsbury Club.
Jack Findel-Hawkins is the last Brit standing in the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series tournament ahead of today’s semi-finals.