Totally Tennis coaches enjoys days at this year’s Wimbledon Championships
Performance player Dean Cooper Kirby won the 16 & U Boys Doubles title in Reykjavik, Iceland with Leo Borg, son of tennis legend Björn.
Coach Jordan spent some time in La Manga, Spain
Performance player Kirsty Da Silva (pictured with winner Rina and coach Jamie) was runner-up in the Road to Wimbledon County Finals and booked herself a place in the National Finals at Wimbledon as a lucky loser – congrats Kirsty!
Coach Jamie hosted an Adult American Doubles Tournament which was won by Cliff Church (3rd left) followed by a BBQ
Performance player, assistant coach and former Sherfield School tennis scholar Miles Bromilow signed his tennis scholarship papers to play and study at Prairie State College in Chicago
Performance player Isla Hignett with her new delivery of Mantis rackets
Mini performance player Hayden Cummings was runner-up in the 9 & U Boys singles event at the Windsor Open
Performance player Liam Hignett (back row far right) competed in the LTA Summer County Cup Men’s Doubles competition
Junior Summer Tennis Camps got underway and will run until 30th August
July’s Tennis Tips
With the long school summer holidays starting at the end of this month it’s time to think about how to entertain the children in a fun yet active way. Totally Tennis has the perfect solution for parents looking to keep their children fit and healthy and burn off some of their energy.
The club will be running its popular tennis and multi-sport camps at the club in the War Memorial Park. The camps are a great way for juniors to improve their sports skills, fitness and make new friends. With indoor and outdoor courts available the fun continues whatever the British ‘summer’ weather has in store. *Sessions booked by 10th July will avail of 10% discount with the early booking offer.
Packed with opportunities to learn and play tennis, weekly afternoon activities also include basketball, football, rounders, hockey combined with lots of fun and games. The scheme has received OFSTED accreditation and the sessions are run by DBS checked and experienced LTA qualified and fully licensed coaches. Sessions will be available from Tuesday 24th July – Thursday 30th August.
Sessions can be booked for the Morning (9.00am – 12 noon), Afternoon (1.00pm –4.00pm) or Full Day* (9.00am – 4.00pm) and children can be dropped off from 8:30am. Please see booking conditions and sessions prices below including details of the special two and full week package offers.
Children need to bring packed lunches and drinks and be dressed appropriately for the weather (suncream if sunny, warm clothing if it’s cold) as they may be playing inside and outside.
*Children must be aged 5 years or over to stay for the whole day. Please note refunds will only be given with 72 hours notice. Those coming for a full day will be supervised during the lunch break and rackets will be provided for those who don’t have one. All children must be signed in and out at reception. Please ensure any medication/inhalers is readily available and staff have been informed prior to leaving the child/children. Photos make be taken for use on this blog and our social media sites, if you object to your child/children’s images being used please inform reception.
For more information about Summer Holiday Tennis Camps and to book places please telephone the office on 01256 358816, e-mail email@example.com or visit the website www.totallytennis.co.uk
Celebrate the great British summer and the tennis season this July at Totally Tennis. Come and join in all the fun and play in the Adult American Doubles tournament taking place on Friday 13th July. This fun event, which will be run by coach Jamie Jordan, will take place from 6:30pm and will be followed by a BBQ and drinks 😉
When: Friday 13th July
Time: 6:30pm onwards
Cost: £15 per player
For more information contact Jamie – to book your spot telephone 01256 358816 or visit reception
Totally Tennis mini performance player Hayden Cummings won the 10 and Under Mixed title at the South West Summer County Tour held at David Lloyd Southampton at the beginning of the month.
In the group stages, Cummings won Box C beating Zoe Totolici 4-1 and Thomas Allen-Green 4-0. Club mates Guhan and Gevin Chendhilkumar played in Box A and B respectively and both won and lost a match so all three boys progressed to the main draw.
In the quarter finals, Cummings defeated Guhan 4-0 and Kevin lost to Group D winner Oliver Cole 4-2. Cummings then beat Aleksander Kudla 4-0 in the semis and Finley Betteridge-Hanson 4-2 in the final to win the tournament.
Photo used with courtesy of jamiejordantennis
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
Totally Tennis performance players are celebrating after a very successful week at this year’s Hampshire & IOW Junior County Championships 2017 held at the Winchester Racquets And Fitness club last week.
Dean 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.
Isla Hignett was runner-up in the 16 & under Girls Singles after losing to Magda Kornijczuk in the final 6-0, 6-1, Kornijczuk had also beaten clubmate Jasmin Bromilow in the semis 6-0, 6-1. Kirsty Da Silva won the 14 & under consolation final and Hignett and clubmate Tillie Reid were third in the 14 & under Girls Doubles after beating Da Silva and Bromilow in the playoff match 4-0, 4-0. In his first green tournament Dylan Cooper Kirby was third in the 10 & under Boys Doubles with partner Ami Talpallikar. Harry Feast won the 14 & under Boys singles consolation final beating Leo Gamon 6-1, 6-4.
Squad: Holiday Camp
How old were you when you first started tennis?
How were you introduced to the sport?
I was interested from watching TV
What made you come to Totally Tennis?
To play tennis and learn new sports
Who is your favourite professional tennis player?
What do you like most about the sport?
Chasing the tennis ball
What do you consider to be your best shot?
How often do you play?
I don’t usually play
Do you play any other sport?
I am a dancer
What’s your greatest achievement in tennis so far?
Being able to hit the ball