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Aimee Anderson with Richard and Craig Hughes, of Chrisbeon and Jon Gidney, of the Shrewsbury Club

Chrisbeon signs up as Shrewsbury Club sponsor

A Shropshire office supplies firm has teamed up with a leading county fitness club to encourage employees to be happy and healthy in 2019.
Jordanne Whiley with the trophy she won at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Tennis Foundation

Ten-time Grand Slam champion Jordanne Whiley enjoys winning return at The Shrewsbury Club

Ten-time Grand Slam champion Jordanne Whiley enjoyed a successful playing return at the Tennis Foundation’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships at The Shrewsbury Club.
The Shrewsbury Club has successfully staged a number of tennis tournaments. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

The Shrewsbury Club chosen to host prestigious $60,000 tennis tournament in February

World class tennis will make a swift return to Shropshire early next year thanks to The Shrewsbury Club being chosen to host a high-profile women’s tournament.
Lauren Jones, left, who made it a hat-trick of national women’s singles titles at The Shrewsbury Club last year, shakes hands with local player Deena Webster. Picture: Richard Dawson Photography

National Wheelchair Tennis Championships return to The Shrewsbury Club

The Tennis Foundation’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships return to Shropshire today.
Shifnal Tennis Club’s Ian Gillespie, second left, named as the coach of the year, with Tennis Shropshire president Jilly Broadbent, Shrewsbury Town FC chief executive Brian Caldwell and Adam Wharf, the director of performance tennis at The Shrewsbury Club

Shropshire winners of British Tennis Awards step into the spotlight

Dedicated volunteers from around Shropshire stepped into the spotlight as the county winners of the British Tennis Awards were unveiled.
Some of the youngsters who enjoyed taking part in the Budgen Motors schools day at The Shrewsbury Club line up with tennis coaches Simon Haddleton and Henry Broadhurst. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Children take part in special Budgen Motors tennis day for schools at The Shrewsbury Club

Youngsters from local schools visited The Shrewsbury Club during the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s event to take part in a mini-tennis tournament.
Delighted Maia Lumsden celebrates victory in the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series final at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Maia Lumsden’s memorable week ends in victory at The Shrewsbury Club

Maia Lumsden’s memorable week in Shrewsbury ended in title glory as she was crowned champion of the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s tournament.
Maia Lumsden, in action during her semi-final victory, will face Valeria Savinykh in the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series tournament at The Shrewsbury Club on Saturday afternoon. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

British No. 9 Maia Lumsden to face Valeria Savinykh in Shrewsbury tennis tournament final

British No. 9 Maia Lumsden will face Russian Valeria Savinykh in the final of the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s tennis tournament at The Shrewsbury Club this afternoon.
Turkish player Pemra Ozgen, the only seeded player through to the semi-finals at The Shrewsbury Club, in action during her quarter-final win. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography.

Brit Maia Lumsden knocks out third seed to reach today’s Shrewsbury semi-finals

Maia Lumsden, the British No. 9, produced an excellent performance to progress to the semi-finals of the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s tennis tournament at The Shrewsbury Club.
Belgian Greet Minnen, who will face top seed Arantxa Rus in the quarter finals, beat fifth seed Anna Zaja in the second round. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Top seed Rus quickly turns the tables to reach last eight in Shrewsbury

Top seed Arantxa Rus quickly turned the tables on Diana Marcinkevica to book her place in today’s quarter finals of the $25,000 Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s tournament at The Shrewsbury Club.
Ana Vrljic from Croatia playing during round one at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Maia Lumsden is the last British player standing at Shrewsbury tennis tournament

Maia Lumsden is the last British player standing in the Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s tournament - with second seed Gabriella Taylor among those to make first round exits.
British player Freya Christie, who will celebrate her 21st birthday later this week, at last night's reception at Budgen Motors, with Julie Piper, the tournament director for the LTA, and Dave Courteen, the managing director of The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Strength of Shrewsbury tennis tournament hailed ahead of main draw matches starting today

Julie Piper, the tournament director for the Lawn Tennis Association, has hailed the strength of this week’s Budgen Motors GB Pro-Series women’s tennis tournament at The Shrewsbury Club.
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