News > Focus on Series

Two Middlesex players represent Great Britain in the 2nd World Deaf Tennis Championships in Antalya

Great Britain players, including two players from Middlesex, have completed the 2nd World Deaf Tennis Championships with a tremendous haul of five medals across senior and junior events....

Read more here >

October 22, 2019

Disability Events at Middlesex-Surrey County Championships

Middlesex & Surrey only counties to offerfull range of disability tennis events ....

Read more here >

September 12, 2019

Four players training in Middlesex selected for Blind Tennis International in Spain

Rachel Morgan & Paul Ryb have been chosen to represent Great Britain in the upcoming International Blind Tennis Tournament in Spain.

Read more here >

June 7, 2019

Q & A with Special Olympics Gold Medallist Lilly Mills

In March Lily Mills competed in the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi and won two gold medals.  Mark Bullock recently had the opportunity to ask Lily a few questions. 

 


Read more here >

May 29, 2019

Visually Impaired Tennis Tournament

Twenty-six blind and partially sighted players came together on Sunday 17th February 2019 to compete in the Metro Blind Sports tennis tournament at Islington Tennis Centre.

Read more here >

February 20, 2019

Coaching Inclusively

Recently my coaching delivery became truly inclusive as I worked with groups of non-disabled players for the first time for many years.

By Mark Bullock

Read more here >

November 29, 2018

Tennis – A very Inclusive Sport

Tennis can be played by all ages & is a sport where males and females can compete together. Wheelchair users can play against non-disabled players. Visually impaired players can play together or with sighted family and friends.

Read more here >

November 29, 2018

Interview with Esah Hayat

The biggest highlight of my career so far was winning the 18&U World Deaf Championships in 2015. It was extra special because it was my first title, I was younger than the rest of the opponents and it was held in the UK, Nottingham.

Read more here >

November 1, 2018

Interview with Linda and Alan Almond

Mark Bullock Interview with Linda and Alan Almond who volunteer at Highgate & Islington to support blind tennis.

Read more here >

November 1, 2018

Interview with Andrew Lapthorne

I attended a Tennis foundation beginner/junior camp back when I was 10/11 years old. I met my former long-term coach Stuart Wilkinson and went from there.

Read more here >

October 10, 2018

Interview with Stuart Wilkinson

I am very privileged to have worked with all levels of wheelchair tennis players over the past 15 or so years. There are a few stand out moments and all have a very special meaning, coaching Pete Norfolk to Beijing gold ...

Read more here >

October 10, 2018

Interview with Naqi Rizvi

My first session of blind tennis was in January 2016 and I've never looked back since...

Read more here >

October 10, 2018

Interview with Maria Lauren Wisdom

My first experience with disability tennis was only recently this year, when I after years of thinking about it finally had the opportunity to get on a course run by the LTA at Paddington Rec.

Read more here >

October 4, 2018

Disability Tennis Festival

Middlesex Tennis hosted its first ever Disability Tennis Festival at Vicars Moor Tennis Club during the 2018 County Closed Championships.  Led by the County’s Disability Tennis Coordinator Mark Bullock working alongside coach Nick Jacobsen...

Read more here >

September 17, 2018