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Jordan Evans is all set for his 24-hour Tennisathon at Bridgnorth Tennis Club to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK

Shropshire tennis player set for 24-hour challenge ahead of London Marathon

Shropshire tennis player Jordan Evans will be playing his longest and toughest ever game next week - for 24 hours.
Rob Rue, a regular member of the Shropshire county side, is thrilled to have been selected to play tennis for Wales in May

Shropshire tennis ace Rob’s delight at being selected to represent Wales

Shropshire tennis ace Rob Rue insists he’s “absolutely thrilled” to have received his first international call up from Wales.
The victorious Shrewsbury Lawn Tennis Club ladies team line up with the premier league shield, Emily Hay, Katy Thomson, captain Cheryl Evans, Samara Pateman and Kayleigh Hughes

Shrewsbury teams crowned Tennis Shropshire Summer Premier League champions

Two Shrewsbury teams have been crowned Tennis Shropshire Summer Premier League champions.
Cheryl Evans, left, and Holly Mowling enjoyed an impressive victory as they represented Bridgnorth Tennis Club at the National Seniors Inter Club Championships

Shropshire tennis aces crowned winners at National Seniors Inter Club Championships

Shropshire tennis aces Holly and Cheryl crowned winners at National Seniors Inter Club Championships
The Shrewsbury Club team with the Mackenzie Shield after beating Woore Tennis Club in the final, from left, Hanna Cadwallader, captain Luke Henley, Mohamed Morsi and Amy Dannatt

The Shrewsbury Club successfully retain the Mackenzie Shield by beating Woore Tennis Club in the final

The Shrewsbury Club have successfully retained the Mackenzie Shield, an annual mixed doubles tennis competition for Shropshire clubs.
The Shrewsbury Club is looking forward to hosting the prestigious $60,000 tournament. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

World Tennis Tour $60,000 event to return to Shrewsbury in March

Top players from around the world will compete to lift the Citroen Trophy when a leading international women’s tennis tournament returns to Shrewsbury next year.
James Shaw, who won both the men’s national singles and quad national singles titles, in action at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Courtesy of the LTA

National Wheelchair Tennis Championships hailed a success at The Shrewsbury Club

The LTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships, held for a third successive year at The Shrewsbury Club, has been hailed a success.
Shropshire’s ladies team face the camera at The Shrewsbury Club, from left: Hanna Cadwallader, Chloe Hughes, Holly Mowling (captain), Cheryl Evans, Sue Dunn, Sarah Willacy and Tamzin Pountney

Newcomers impress for Shropshire at LTA’s Winter County Cup

Captain Holly Mowling hailed the newcomers introduced to the Shropshire ladies side at the LTA’s Winter County Cup - while Alex Parry, captain of the men’s team, insisted his side will come back stronger following a challenging weekend.
This will be the third year the LTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships have been held at The Shrewsbury Club

LTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships return to The Shrewsbury Club

The LTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships make a popular return to The Shrewsbury Club for the third successive year this week.
Keith Smith, third right, receives his lifetime achievement award from Tennis Shropshire president Jilly Broadbent together with Roy Dixon and Ian Davies from Atlantic Mavericks

Record number of nominations as Shropshire winners of LTA Awards are recognised

The outstanding contribution of Shropshire tennis volunteers was recognised as the county's winners of Lawn Tennis Association Awards deservedly stepped into the spotlight.
Shropshire’s Hugh Jaques, third right, with his Great Britiain over-40s team mates, from left, Alan Macdonald, Philip Loose and Tom Wride in Miami

Three wins out of three on GB tennis duty for Shropshire’s Hugh Jaques

Shropshire’s Hugh Jaques impressed on international tennis duty for Great Britain at a prestigious tournament in America.
The ladies over-50s finalists, from left, Cath Barton, Aude Legeais, Karen Pearce and Renuka Elliot

Tennis Shropshire’s Senior Championships serve up a host of quality finals

Two of the finals in Tennis Shropshire’s Senior Championships went to championship tie breaks, including the longest in the competition’s history, as the popular annual event produced an excellent standard of tennis.


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