Return to Managed Play
Updated 1st July 2020
All LTA Competitions (G1-5) have been cancelled up to and including Monday 31st August 2020.
Middlesex Tennis are looking to resume activities carefully in line with government and LTA Guidelines.
Please see here.
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2019 County Cup RACE CHAMPIONS
Wimbledon Recreated! An Umpire's Take
Kris Dymond, An LTA Official who travels the UK and Europe as an Umpire and Referee describes his yearly journey through Wimbledon!
Thank you Kris for letting us share this!
Schroders Battle of the Brits
Professional Tennis Returns to the UK!
Dan Evans take the Singles and Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski win the Doubles in this Inaugural Battle.
LTA Parent Webinars: Nurturing your Child’s Psychosocial Skills through Tennis
Check Out these LTA webinars for Tennis Parents:
Nurturing your Child’s Psychosocial Skills through Tennis: Applying the 5Cs Approach
Professor Chris Harwood, Loughborough University
Regional LTA Award Winners
Today, Monday 20th April, the LTA announced the Regional Winners of the LTA Awards. Four Middlesex winners were among the 10 London and South East categories.
Middlesex - a very inclusive county with five 2019 awards having a disability tennis related theme.
Middlesex Tennis prides itself on the work that takes place on disability and inclusive tennis in the County. This was reflected in the 2019 Awards when 5 of the awards on offer had a disability tennis related theme.