Middlesex Tennis Return to Managed Play - Updated 14th July 2020.
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2019 County Cup RACE CHAMPIONS
Sheen Parks Tennis host first ever wheelchair tennis tournament
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Adult County Cup Captains Update
We welcome our Newly appointed County Cup Captains Mark Tomlinson and Fran Brewester. They will be supported by Peter Neathey and Corina Mirea.
Esah Hayat wins Deaf Nationals.
Esah Hayat wins singles & doubles at Deaf Nationals
Summer 2020 Inter-County Matches
Over the Summer our Teams played 17 fixtures from 9U to Open age groups.
The Original 9 and Their Fight for Gender Equality in Tennis
This year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Original 9—the women who decided to take a stand against inequality in tennis. In 1970, when the disparity of prize money at men’s and women’s tournaments reached a critical point ...
Good Luck to Middlesex Players Esah and Valerie
Middlesex Players Esah Hayat and Valerie compete this weekend 26th-27th September at the National Deaf Tennis Championships in the Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles Events.
Men's Senior Player of the Year Award 2020 from the LTA
Lennie Lawrence received the Men's Senior Player of the Year Award 2020
Pop up tennis for the homeless & people living with complex mental health conditions in Hammersmith
As the Barons Court Project drop in centre is currently closed due to COVID19 pop up tennis supported by the Queen’s Club Foundation provides an outdoor focal point where people can come together, enjoy some physical activity & social interaction
Middlesex Winter Floodlit League 2020-21
Inter-Club Tennis Returns to Middlesex
Integrating Key Psychological Principles into Tennis Coaching
Middlesex Tennis Consultant Sport Psychologist Julie Blackwood guided a group of Middlesex Tennis coaches in a well delivered online session on how to integrate key psychological principles into tennis coaching.
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.
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.