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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.
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.
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.
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 ahead of the main draw matches getting under way today.
Shropshire car dealership Budgen Motors will once more play a key role in the return of top professional tennis to the county next month.
Workmates at a Shropshire caravan, motorhome and campervan dealership have won a soap box derby organised by a wildlife charity in the county for the second year running.
Legal assistant Barb Somers is aiming for European glory when she takes part in a gruelling athletic event next week.
A leading Shrewsbury leisure company is playing its part in ensuring that the town looks its best for the Britain in Bloom and Heart of England in Bloom judging next month.
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