Middlesex Tennis Return to Managed Play - Updated 14th July 2020.

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Parent - Player Sessions with Julie Blackwood

While the competition opportunities look a little different to normal right now, there are still many ways that we can improve this summer. In a Middlesex Tennis first, we will be running a series of 1 hour online sessions for both parents and players, focused on helping you make sense of the psychological demands of tennis and work together to develop the skills to navigate these demands effectively so you can thrive in competition.
£15.00 per session or £50.00 for all 4 webinars
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  • Wednesday 29th July 7-8 pm
  • Tuesday 11th August 6.30 -7.30 pm
  • Tuesday 18th August 7-8 pm
  • Thursday 27th August 6.30-7.30pm
Looking to Compete?
10 & Under Babolat Mini Masters Series
11 & Over Middx Junior Masters Series


Middlesex Coaches Network session Integrating Key Psychological Principles
Tuesday 11th August -8 PM - JOIN US.

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Enjoy tennis in Middlesex! 

2019 County Cup RACE CHAMPIONS

Please check out below, slideshow from last year's County Cup. Expertly put together by Liza and Theo Lovdahl. (Parents of Daphne Lovdahl 9U Player)


Get Set 4 Tennis - Regional Disability Award Winner 2020

Get Set 4 Tennis is passionate about inclusive/disability tennis and has achieved so much in a short time and is a deserved winner of the Middlesex and South East LTA Disability Tennis Award.

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LTA Awards: Young Person of the Year

Tom is a real trailblazer. He has encouraged new students to help and there have been 31 new young volunteers since he started. He deserves special recognition for his achievements and is a very worthy recipient of the Regional Award.

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Disability tennis on line

COVID19 challenged our thinking in terms of how to deliver tennis and retain connections with the players. The unprecedented situation threw up major challenges but also incredible opportunities.  

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Insights into US College System with Pippa Lane

All Middlesex Coaches welcome to join our Zoom session on Tuesday 28th July at 8pm.

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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!

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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