The Shrewsbury Club

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A book inspired by the World Tennis Tour events hosted by The Shrewsbury Club has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
Shrewsbury will be in the national spotlight when professional tennis returns to the town this month - with BBC cameras covering the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament.
A Shrewsbury health and fitness club has thrown down the gauntlet to its members by challenging them to leap into a series of fitness challenges - all in aid of a Shropshire charity this weekend.
A family tennis ball trail is being served up in Shrewsbury to countdown to the return of top international tennis to the town.
The Shrewsbury Club has teamed up with Shropshire Festivals to make this year’s World Tennis Tour W60 Shrewsbury tournament a real festival of tennis - with tickets now on sale for the prestigious event.
Top players from around the world will compete to lift the Citroen Trophy when a leading international women’s tennis tournament returns to Shropshire next year.
The LTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships, held for a third successive year at The Shrewsbury Club, has been hailed a success.
The LTA’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships make a popular return to The Shrewsbury Club for the third successive year this week.
Children from five local schools enjoyed visiting The Shrewsbury Club during the Budgen Motors ITF 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.
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.
Professional tennis returns to Shrewsbury this month with $25,000 men's tournament.
A stylish new book which combines inspirational first-hand tennis accounts with stunning photography is published this week.
Two adventurous Shrewsbury women are saddling up for an epic charity cycling challenge which will see them pedal nearly 400km from London to Paris.
Vitalia Diatchenko impressively recovered from losing the opening set to win a thrilling final in the Budgen Motors World Tennis Tour 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.
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.
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.
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.
Next month’s World Tennis Tour women’s tournament at The Shrewsbury Club will have a local sponsor after Shropshire car dealership Budgen Motors pledged its continued support.
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.
The Tennis Foundation’s National Wheelchair Tennis Championships return to Shropshire this week.
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.
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