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Craig Nicholson, from Craven Arms, in action during the Shrewsbury Summer Open at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Shrewsbury Summer Open once again proves a big hit with wheelchair tennis players

More than 40 players, including a number of newcomers to the sport, helped make the Shrewsbury Summer Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament a big hit.
Pictured enjoying last year’s Shrewsbury Summer Open at The Shrewsbury Club is doubles champion John Lambert, junior player Megan Bradley, singles and doubles winner Scott Smith, Tabitha Fung and junior player Abbie Breakwell

Shrewsbury Summer Open Wheelchair Tennis tournament returns

The popular Shrewsbury Summer Open Wheelchair Tennis tournament takes place this week - with local youngsters invited to get involved with the sport at a special taster session.
Alvin Ward, centre, the general manager of The Shrewsbury Club with members of the club’s team

The Shrewsbury Club shortlisted for prestigious industry award

The Shrewsbury Club has been recognised as one of the leading health clubs in the country after being shortlisted for a prestigious industry award.
Dave Courteen, left, the managing director of The Shrewsbury Club, with, centre, David Law, and Marcus Willis.

Tennis speakers entertain guests at The Shrewsbury Club’s latest sports dinner

A top double bill of tennis speakers ensured The Shrewsbury Club’s latest sports dinner was a huge success.
Champion Fabien Reboul lifts the trophy watched by runner-up Maximilian Neuchrist at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Frenchman Fabien Reboul is crowned Shrewsbury tennis champion

Unseeded Frenchman Fabien Reboul held his nerve to be crowned Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series champion at The Shrewsbury Club.
Maximilian Neuchrist in action during his semi-final victory at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo Richard Dawson Photography

Neuchrist to face Reboul in Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series final 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 only British player through to today's semi-finals. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Jack is the last Brit standing in Shrewsbury tennis tournament

Jack Findel-Hawkins is the last Brit standing in the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series tournament ahead of today’s semi-finals.
Johnathan Gidney of The Shrewsbury Club with Rachel Thomas of Galliers Homes marking the sponsorship deal

Galliers Homes give boost to promising tennis players

Leading Shropshire building company Galliers Homes has served up a sponsorship deal which will support talented young tennis players.
James Ward in action during his second round defeat at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Ed Corrie enjoying first return to Shrewsbury since reaching 2016 final

Ed Corrie continues to enjoy his first return to The Shrewsbury Club since reaching the 2016 final after booking his place in the last eight of the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series tournament.
Jack Findel-Hawkins in action during his first round victory at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Jack steps into the spotlight as the seeded players find the going tough in first round in Shrewsbury

British qualifier Jack Findel-Hawkins hit back from a set down to beat No 1 seed Joris De Loore at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday.
Dave Courteen, left, the managing director of The Shrewsbury Club, talks to British star James Ward at last night's civic reception at Budgen Motors in Shrewsbury. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

James Ward is looking forward to returning to action in Shrewsbury today

British tennis star James Ward is looking forward to his first match in six months when he steps on court at The Shrewsbury Club today.
Shropshire’s Luke Henley in action at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Local lad Luke enjoys experience of playing in hometown GB Pro-Series tennis tournament

Luke Henley, a regular in the Shropshire county side, was pleased to line up in the $25,000 Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series for the first time when the men’s tournament got underway at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday.
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