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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.
Tickets are now available for one of the UK’s most prestigious women’s tennis tournaments of the year which is taking place in Shropshire next month.
The chairman of an award-winning Shrewsbury-based leisure company is predicting that 2019 will be one of its best years of trading.
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.
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.
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.
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