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Local school children enjoyed their day at The Shrewsbury Club where they heard from Richard Joyner, left, the tournament director for the LTA of the Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament, Brazilian professional tennis player Bernardo Azevedo Pereira E Oliveira, centre, and, right, Simon Haddleton, the director of tennis at The Shrewsbury Club

Budgen Motors schools tennis day proves a hit at The Shrewsbury Club

Children from five local schools enjoyed visiting The Shrewsbury Club during the Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament.
Jack Draper was crowned champion of the Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Rising British star Jack Draper crowned champion of Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament

Jack Draper underlined his exciting potential to become the youngest winner of a GB Pro-Series men’s title at The Shrewsbury Club.
Singles finalists Jack Draper. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Top two seeds Jack Draper and Julian Ocleppo to meet in today’s World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament final

Top seed Jack Draper will be seeking to become the first British singles champion of a GB Pro-Series men’s tournament at The Shrewsbury Club since Dan Evans in 2013 when he lines up in today’s final.
Luke Johnson on court during his quarter-final victory which set up a semi-final against Italian Julian Ocleppo at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

British duo Luke Johnson and Jack Draper progress to World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament semi-finals

Luke Johnson is hoping to add a singles success to the doubles triumph he enjoyed at The Shrewsbury Club earlier in his career as he prepares for today’s semi-finals.
Simon Carr, pictured during his second round victory, will take on second seed Julian Ocleppo in the last eight at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Ireland’s Simon Carr looking forward to facing second seed in last eight of World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament

Ireland's No 1 Simon Carr faces second seed Julian Ocleppo in the quarter-finals of the Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament today.
Jack Draper in action. Picture courtesy of Getty Images for the LTA

Top seed Jack Draper faces another all-British clash in second round of World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament

Top seed Jack Draper set up another all-British clash in today's second round of the Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament by beating Alexander Jhun in straight sets.
Shropshire’s Luke Henley in action at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Shropshire’s Luke Henley so close to opening day win as World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament begins

Shrewsbury’s Luke Henley came so close to pulling off a qualifying round victory on the opening day of the Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament.
Jon Gidney, second right, the marketing manager at The Shrewsbury Club, with members of the Budgen Motors team, from left, Jessica Mason, Sam Owen, the sales director, and Georgia Evans as they look ahead to the Budgen Motors World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament

Budgen Motors remains the driving force behind Shrewsbury professional tennis tournament

A Shropshire car dealership remains the driving force behind the continued success of professional tennis tournaments in Shrewsbury.
Jack Draper in action. Picture courtesy of Getty Images for the LTA

Rising British stars set to compete in top Shrewsbury tennis tournament next week

An exciting line up of rising British tennis stars is set to compete in next week’s Budgen Motors ITF World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament.
Hugh Jaques is one of four players chosen to represent Great Britain’s over-40s team in the International Tennis Federation’s Young Seniors World Championships in Miami

Shropshire tennis ace Hugh looking forward to representing Great Britain in Miami next month

Shropshire tennis ace Hugh Jaques insists being selected to represent Great Britain in a prestigious international tournament next month is a huge honour.
Broseley’s Pat Clarke was named as Shropshire’s volunteer of the year in 2018 before also being selected as a regional winner. Pat, second left, received her county prize at Tennis Shropshire’s presentation dinner, from, left, Jilly Broadbent, the Tennis Shropshire president, Shrewsbury Town FC chief executive Brian Caldwell and Adam Wharf, the director of performance tennis at The Shrewsbury Club

Shropshire nominations invited for LTA Awards

Nominations are now being invited to recognise the outstanding contribution of individuals, clubs and venues in Shropshire, as part of the annual Lawn Tennis Association Awards.
The Shrewsbury Club regularly hosts top international tennis tournaments for both men and women

Professional tennis returns to Shrewsbury this month with $25,000 men’s tournament

Professional tennis makes a popular return to Shropshire this month as The Shrewsbury Club hosts the Budgen Motors World Tour M25 Shrewsbury tournament.
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