Twins Gevin and Guhan Chendhilkumar completed in the 9 & under Mixed Singles at the Bradfield Orange tournament with Kevin finishing in 3rd place.
Coaches Ben Jubin and Steph Catlin won the Basingstoke & District Tennis League Mixed Doubles title
The Chendhilkumar twins competed in the Tennace at Gxltc Red Orange Starter Red 9 & under mixed singles tournament at the Gerrard’s Cross Lawn Tennis Club where Gevin finished as runner-up
Totally Tennis performance player Liam Hignett won the Men’s Hampshire & IOW Champion of Doubles Champions 2017 with partner Jake Norris.
The ladies enjoyed coffee and cake after the Friday Mixed Morning session as part of this year’s Totally Tennis Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event
The Chendhilkumar twins took gold (Gevin) and silver (Guhan) in the 9 and under Mixed singles event at the David Lloyd US Open tournament held at the David Lloyd Club Worthing, West Sussex.
Totally Tennis performance player and Sherfield School Tennis Scholar Liam Hignett won the Men’s Hampshire & IOW Champion of Doubles Champions 2017 with partner Jake Norris in Southampton.
In the first round the pair, who were top seeds and representing Warsash Tennis Club, won all their matches in the group stages. They beat Adrian Allsopp and Chris Titterington 4-0, 4-0 followed by Aaronn Blackman and Scott Salway 4-2, 4-2, and Henry and Tom Forsyth 4-0, 4-0. In the main draw they defeated Jonathan Clift and Harry Wilmott-Stanton 4-2, 4-2 and Chris Bixley and Jake Macey 4-1, 5-3 to win the title.
Totally Tennis mini tennis player Gevin Chendhilkumar was runner-up in the Tennace at Gxltc Red Orange Starter Red 9 & under mixed singles tournament held at the Gerrard’s Cross Lawn Tennis Club in Buckinghamshire.
In the first round Gevin defeated Sofia Escobar Daantje 10-2 followed by fergus Baxter 10-8 in the quarters and then beat Ansh Annareddy in the semi-finals 10-5. Sadly he lost in the final against Max Durkin 10-7 to finish in the runner-up position and collect the silver medal.
Twin brother Guhan also competed in the event winning his first match against Neve Bushell 10-3 before losing in the quarter final against Joshua Fienberg 10-6. He then defeated James Matthew Stokes 10-1 in his first play-off match and finished 6th overall after losing to Fergus Baxter 10-7 in his second match.
Totally Tennis coaches Ben Jubin and Steph Catlin resurrected their successful mixed doubles partnership and won another trophy. The former National Mixed Doubles champions won the Basingstoke & District Tennis League Mixed Doubles title beating Chris Harrolds and Clare Munns in the final played at Beechdown 6-2, 6-4.
In previous rounds Jubin/Catlin beat Totally Tennis players (and Jubin’s uncle) Rex Groves and his partner Sharon DeBott 6-2, 6-1. Fellow Totally Tennis duo Tim Rice and Emma Barnes also played in the competition.
Totally Tennis mini tennis player Gevin Chendhilkumar came third in the 9 & under Mixed Singles at last weekend’s Bradfield Orange tournament held at the Bradfield Tennis Centre.
In the initial round robin Gevin competed in Group C winning two of of his three matches to finish as runner-up and progress to the main draw. He beat third seed Sienna Minton 10-5, Zayn Bellazrak 10-2 but lost to Ruby Marriage 10-6. Twin brother Guhan was playing in Group A where he beat Joshua Date 10-4, had a walkover against O’Nielle Emanuel and was beaten by top seed Gabriel Riminton 10-7.
In the main draw Gevin was also defeated by eventual winner Riminton in the semis 10-3 but won the third/fourth play deciding match beating Marriage 10-6 to finish in third place overall.
Well done Gevin!
Totally Tennis performance player and Sherfield Tennis Scholar Miles Bromilow finished as runner-up in two events at the Grade 3 HEAD Merseyside Tennis Open held at the Liverpool Tennis Centre
Totally Tennis mini tennis players Guhan and Gevin Chendhilkumar played in their first external tennis tournament, the twins competed in the 9 and under Boys Singles event which was part of the Leys Mini Tennis Tournament in Oxford
Totally Tennis’ Liam Hignett volunteered at the IAFF World Athletic Championships in London where he met Usain Bolt
We waved goodbye to Hampshire Court Head Coach Shyam Vithlani as he jetted off to a new job in Shanghai
Totally Tennis Summer Tennis Camps Totally Tennis Performance player Isla Hignett met Tim Henman and played in his tennis clinic at Wimbledon
Totally Tennis Performance player Dean Cooper Kirby picked up one winners and two runners-up trophies at the Winchester Babolat Open 2017. He won the 16 and under Boys Doubles with partner Alexander Pearch (pictured above)
Isla Hignett and Jasmin Bromilow competed in the Winchester Babolat Open 2017 16 and under Girls Doubles
Totally Tennis performance player and Sherfield School tennis scholar Tillie Reid won the Southampton Junior Open 16 & under Girls title and the 14 & under Girls singles champion at the Hazelmere Junior Tournament
Cooper Kirby added yet another trophy to his summer haul after finishing as runner-up in The Kirk Moore Salisbury Junior Open in Wiltshire
Hampshire & IOW Junior County Championships 2017 – Cooper Kirby won an impressive four titles; the 14 & under Boys Singles, the 16 & under Boys Singles as well as both the 14 & under and 16 & under Doubles titles with partner Alfie Reynolds.
Fellow Sherfield School tennis scholars Liam Hignett and Daniel Prickett were also winners; Hignett won three titles and was crowned Men’s singles champion, 18 & under Boys singles champion and the 18 & under Boys doubles title with partner Jake Norris. Prickett won the 12 & under Boys Singles event and was also runner-up to Cooper Kirby in the 14 & under Boys Singles