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Joel Stone and Andy Rao from Codebreak with General Manager of The Shrewsbury Club, Alvin Ward

Marketing agency sponsors tennis lounge at The Shrewsbury Club

Shrewsbury-based marketing agency, Codebreak, is sponsoring the 30-Love tennis lounge at The Shrewsbury Club.
Lee Morgan, left, the founder of Cryozone Health, and Jon Gidney, The Shrewsbury Club’s marketing manager

Cryozone Health extends its sponsorship of The Shrewsbury Club

Shropshire’s first dedicated state-of-the-art cryotherapy clinic has extended its sponsorship of The Shrewsbury Club.
Vitalia Diatchenko, the singles champion, with, left, James Martin, the managing director of tournament sponsors Budgen Motors, and David Rawlinson, the deputy president of the LTA, at the presentation ceremony, together with members of the ball crew. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Delighted Diatchenko crowned W60 Shrewsbury tournament champion

Vitalia Diatchenko impressively recovered from losing the opening set to win a thrilling final in the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
Yanina Wickmayer in action during her semi-final victory at The Shrewsbury Club. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Top two seeds to meet in today’s final of W60 Shrewsbury tournament

Yanina Wickmayer and Vitalia Diatchenko will meet in front of a capacity crowd of around 500 in today's final of the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
Belgian ace Yanina Wickmayer, this week’s top seed, on her way to victory against Maia Lumsden. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Top seed Wickmayer ends Lumsden’s exciting run to reach semi-finals of W60 Shrewsbury tournament

Top seed Yanina Wickmayer ended the exciting run of rising British star Maia Lumsden at the quarter-final stage of the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
Maia Lumsden impressed again to reach the last eight of the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

British ace Lumsden impresses again to set up last eight clash with top seed Wickmayer

Maia Lumsden again impressed a supportive crowd at The Shrewsbury Club to set up an exciting quarter-final clash with top seed Yanina Wickmayer in the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
Maia Lumsden in action during her victory at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Lumsden and Burrage carry British hopes after enjoying progress in W60 Shrewsbury tournament

Maia Lumsden and Jodie Burrage will carry British hopes into the second round of the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament today.
Laura Robson during her return to action at The Shrewsbury Club yesterday. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Laura Robson enjoys being back on court as W60 Shrewsbury tournament begins

British star Laura Robson insisted she enjoyed being back on court after returning to action in the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
The Shrewsbury Club is looking forward to hosting next week’s prestigious $60,000 tournament. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

British tennis star Laura Robson set to make return to action in Shrewsbury next week

British tennis star Laura Robson is set to make her competitive return to action in next week’s Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
Maia Lumsden, the winner of a $25,000 tournament at The Shrewsbury Club in November, is looking forward to returning for next week's prestigious $60,000 event. Photo: Richard Dawson Photography

Maia Lumsden excited to return to Shrewsbury for World Tennis Tour W60 tournament

Rising British star Maia Lumsden insists she is excited about returning to Shropshire next week to play in the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
British star Heather Watson is the provisional number two seed for next month's $60,000 tournament at The Shrewsbury Club

Heather Watson and Katie Boulter set to lead strong British tennis challenge at The Shrewsbury Club

Heather Watson and Katie Boulter are set to lead a strong British challenge in next month’s Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
Danny Minshall, left, and Sam Owen from Budgen Motors with, right, Jon Gidney, The Shrewsbury Club’s marketing manager

World Tennis Tour tournament attracts continued support of Budgen Motors

Next month’s World Tennis Tour women’s tournament at The Shrewsbury Club will have a local sponsor after Budgen Motors pledged its continued support.
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