Isla Wins HSBC Road to Wimbledon Club Tournament

The HSBC Road to Wimbledon competition is the biggest junior tournament in British Tennis and gives all 14 and under players the opportunity to progress through to compete on the world famous grass courts at Wimbledon. Local clubs, parks and schools are encouraged to enter and stage a tournament for their junior players and Totally Tennis is a keen supporter of this annual tournament having had many squad players get through to play at SW19 in the past.

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Young lady of many talents, here’s Isla with her U13 Basingstoke Schools Table Tennis Winner’s Trophy 

Winners of the club/school stage go through to the County Finals on 9th-10th July, in Hampshire this event will be held at Canoe Lakes in Southsea.  The girl and boy winner of each County Final will be invited to play at Wimbledon from 8th-13th August 2016 in the National Finals.

Performance player Isla Hignett won the Totally Tennis U14 Girls round robin event after winning all three of her matches. She defeated clubmates Jasmin Bromilow 4-1, 4-0, Tillie Reid 4-1, 4-1 and Kirsty Da Silva 4-0, 4-0 and will now play in the County finals hoping to following older brother Liam’s footsteps by making it to the National Finals. Bromilow finished as runner-up beating Reid 4-1, 4-2 and Da Silva 4-0, 4-1 and may also compete in the County Finals as one of the four lucky losers. Reid beat Da Silva 4-1, 4-1 to take third place.

Congratulations Isla and Good Luck in the County Finals next month 🙂

Information sourced from www.lta.org.uk. Read more about Road to Wimbledon here 

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