See what’s been happening at Totally Tennis in July in pictures 🙂
Coaches Ben Jubin and Shyam Vithlani enjoyed a day at the Wimbledon Championships
It was the TT Tour Grand Slam Wimbledon event that William (above 2nd right) and Charlie (below 3rd left) won in their respective age groups
Kirsty Da Silva was runner-up in her first Grade 4 final in the GSM Bampton 12U Girls Summer County Tour in Oxford
This year’s Totally Tennis team retained the club’s unbeaten record in the annual Festival of Sport event against twin town Euskirchen. Head coach James McIntosh (pictured below) ran the tennis competition at the indoor centre
McIntosh and Jubin ran the North Waltham Primary Schools Wimbledon event at the indoor centre
Kirsty Da Silva (pictured left) and her partner Amelia Pirt won the Grade 4 Leys Junior Doubles 16 and under title at Leys Recreation Ground in Oxford.
Isla Hignett was runner-up in the 14 and under Girls singles Road to Wimbledon (RTW) County Finals held at Canoe Lake Leisure in Southsea.
The Sherfield School Boys team, which consists of four Totally Tennis performance players, completed in the Team Tennis Schools National Championships Finals 2016-2017 (formerly known as the Glanville Cup) at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.
Totally Tennis played host to a Benenden Tennis Festival with a Summertime Slam event open to both mini red and orange players run by performance players Miles Bromilow and Liam Hignett.
Hayden Cummings and William Durman (pictured above L to R) were the overall winners in the two Benenden Festival events.
See what’s been happening at Totally Tennis in May and June in pictures 🙂
The first Great British Tennis Weekend (GBTW) at Totally Tennis
Year 3 and 4 primary schools tournament hosted by Totally Tennis
Steph Catlin joined the coaching team
She Rallies workshop at the Indoor Centre
The Totally Tennis Girls 14 & under team (pictured above and below) won the Premier 14&U Girls Tier 2 South West (East)
Totally Tennis Schools Roadshow Open Days Weekend
Isla Hignett won the Totally Tennis HSBC Road to Wimbledon event
The Sherfield School sixth form team of Liam Hignett, Miles Bromilow, Alex Dawson and Dean Cooper Kirby won the Hampshire/Dorset/Wiltshire knockout stage of the Glanville Cup.
The Totally Tennis U10 team won the Aegon Team Tennis Hampshire & IOW 2017 10&U Mixed Division league
The Hampshire Court coaching team gave free tennis sessions at the Old Basing Village Carnival
Totally Tennis performance player Liam Hignett won the David Lloyd Southampton Aegon British Tour FAST4 Open Mens singles title
Performance players Jasmin Bromilow and Isla Hignett met Judy Murray at a regional She Rallies event
Former Totally Tennis performance player and nutrition coach Steph Catlin ran two nutrition and fitness sessions at the club in March
Basingstoke’s Queen Mary’s College (QMC) Mixed team competed at the USN Bolton Arena in the Team Tennis Schools Senior Students Finals 2017
Performance players and assistant coaches Liam Hignett and Andrew Dingwall both passed their Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) level 2 assessment
Performance player Kirsty Da Silva was runner-up in the grade 5 Chesham Bois 12 and under Girls singles tournament in Amersham, Buckinghamshire
The Queen Mary’s College (QMC) tennis team who train at Totally Tennis debuted their new tennis kit ready for the Spring/Summer season
Kirsty Da Silva won the Grade 5 12 & under Girls title at the Game, Set & Match Play Spring Super Series held at Radley College Sports Centre in Oxfordshire
Hampshire Court players enjoyed the Drunken Drills session in early April
Performance player Isla Hignett was runner-up in the Winchester Spring Open Girls 14U singles that took place last week at Winchester Racquets and Fitness Club
Totally Tennis Alumni/coaches were part of the Wimbledon Ball Boys and Girls training at Wimbledon
Singles and doubles trophies for Tillie Reid at the Grade 4 North Devon Spring Open 14U Girls event in the Easter Holidays
Orange event competitors at the TT Tour – Sony Open event. Congratulations to Hayden Cummings (orange top) who was the winner.
The top placed players in the Australian Open, the first TT Tour of 2017
Performance player Liam Hignett represented Hampshire & Isle of Wight (IOW) in the 18U Boys County Cup held at Taunton Tennis Centre in Somerset.
QMC Mixed team who will play in the National Finals in Bolton on 11th March (L to R) Luke Watts, Jordan Mosquera, Dessi Bratinova and Andrew Dingwall.
Performance player Liam Hignett was third in the Junior Sportsman Category at the annual Basingstoke Sports Awards
Hignett with Head Coach James McIntosh at the annual Basingstoke Sport’s Awards.
The 50+ players, who play together every Wednesday morning at Totally Tennis, enjoyed their now annual Christmas Party with the coaches
Hampshire Court head coach Shyam Vithlani ran an eight week disability course at Queen Mary’s College (QMC) with the final session at the indoor centre
The Under 10 mini tennis players enjoyed the Mini Festive Fun Christmas party – here’s the winning tennis lines and cones creation of Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.
Totally Tennis took part in the now nationwide annual Christmas Jumper Day last Friday in aid of the Save the Children charity.
Former Totally Tennis performance player Steph Catlin has set-up Food is Life, a sports nutrition consultancy and is now contributing to this blog offering our players tennis related nutrition tips and advice – visit Food Is Life for more information.
Performance player and Sherfield School tennis Scholar Liam Hignett became the new David Lloyd Southampton Aegon British Tour FAST4 Mens Singles champion
TT Tour Finals Orange champion was Hayden Cummings (right) pictured with runner-up Daniel Ward
Ollie Steer (left) was declared over TT Tour finals Green champion with Jack Moria in second place
In the yellow event Oliver Alemany (left) was the overall TT Tour Finals winner, runner-up was Noah Lane (right) and Tinuke Adelakun (centre) was third.
Totally Tennis Performance player Liam Hignett was part of the Hampshire and I.O.W Winter County Cup Men’s team that played at the Shrewsbury Club against teams from North Scotland, Sussex and Nottinghamshire.
Andrew Dingwall and Alex Wood competed in the Association of Colleges (AoC) Tennis – South East Regional Singles Competition held at Totally Tennis’ indoor centre
QMC boys team of Dan Hutchison, Andrew Dingwall, Saul Irwin and Cam Spears represented the college in the Senior Students Competition
Head Coach James Macintosh completed hi first half marathon in Oxford
Performance players Isla Hignett and Tillie Reid won the 16 & Under Girls Doubles title at the Douai Park Tennis club
Hayden Cummings (pictured left) won the last Orange event of this year’s TT Tour and Daniel Ward finished in second place
Daniel Shattock (pictured left) was the Green event winner and Dylan Hall-Jones was runner-up