July In Pictures

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

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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

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Kirsty Da Silva was runner-up in her first Grade 4 final in the GSM Bampton 12U Girls Summer County Tour in Oxford

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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

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McIntosh and Jubin ran the North Waltham Primary Schools Wimbledon event at the indoor centre

WP_20170716_16_46_29_ProKirsty 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.

image1Isla Hignett was runner-up in the 14 and under Girls singles Road to Wimbledon (RTW) County Finals held at Canoe Lake Leisure in Southsea.

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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. 

image5Hayden Cummings and William Durman (pictured above L to R) were the overall winners in the two Benenden Festival events.

 

TT Tour: Wimbledon Winners 2017

As the world’s top tennis players enjoyed a day off from play in SW19 yesterday the juniors at Totally Tennis participated in their own Wimbledon event as part of the TT Tour series.

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The Grand Slam event had a 1,000 points up for grabs so there was lots to play for as as well as the becoming the winner. In the red event, six players were competing in the round robin event; Daisy, Yuvraj and Roksanna were drawn in Box 2 and William, Ayush and Julia were playing in Box 2.

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Box 1 was won by Roksanna after winning her matches against Daisy 10-6 and Yuvraj 10-4, the runner-up spot went to Yuvraj. Ayush won Box 2 beating William 10-6 and Julia 10-3, William was runner-up defeating Julia 10-3.

In the semis William beat Roksanna 10-3 and Ayush defeated Yuvraj 10-6. In the final William beat Ayush to win the event and earn the maximum 1,000 points.

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In the orange event Ansh won Box 1 beating Guhan 10-7 and Charlie 10-7, second place went to Charlie who beat Guhan 10-6. Box 2 was won by Gevin who defeated Vihan 10-1 and Rory 10-6, the runner-up spot went to Rory who beat Vihan 10-6.

In the semis Ansh beat Rory 10-4 and Charlie defeated Gevin. Charlie was declared the winner after beating Ansh in the final 10-8 adding the 1,000 points to his leaderboard total.

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The Totally Tennis Tour is for Development Squads and Mini Performance Squads players who get the opportunity to compete in seven tournaments throughout the year. The top eight players from each squad will be invited back to play in the Grand Final’s in November for the chance to finish as the club champions. Leaderboard’s will show players rankings in each squad and points will be awarded to the winner, runner-up and third/fourth place players for each event as well as points for entering.

The Grand Slam events of the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open offer higher points of 1,000 and or the winners 500 for the runners-up. All other events give the winners 250 points, 125 for second place and 75 for third/fourth places, every player gets 100 points for all events they enter, each age group leaderboard will be updated after each tournament.

TT Tour Dates 2017

Sunday 17th September – US Open

Sunday 15th October – Valencia Open

Sunday 15th November – Grand Finals (by invitation only)

PLAYERS MUST BOOK IN BEFORE EACH EVENT. Minimum of FOUR players will be needed per age group otherwise it may get cancelled.

Red (Pirates, Indians, Red Squad) – 10am -12 noon

Orange (Dodgers, Orange Squad) 10am -12 noon

Green (Giants, Green Squad 1pm – 3.30pm

Yellow (C.B, A SQUAD, Performance) 1pm – 3pm

All players interested in participating can book in reception or call the office on 01256 358816. Each event costs ÂŁ6.50 per player

March and April in Pictures

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Former Totally Tennis performance player and nutrition coach Steph Catlin ran two nutrition and fitness sessions at the club in March

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Basingstoke’s Queen Mary’s College (QMC) Mixed team competed at the USN Bolton Arena in the Team Tennis Schools Senior Students Finals 2017

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Performance players and assistant coaches Liam Hignett and Andrew Dingwall both passed their Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) level 2 assessment

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Performance player Kirsty Da Silva was runner-up in the grade 5 Chesham Bois 12 and under Girls singles tournament in Amersham, Buckinghamshire 

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The Queen Mary’s College (QMC) tennis team who train at Totally Tennis debuted their new tennis kit ready for the Spring/Summer season

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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

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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

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Singles and doubles trophies for Tillie Reid at the Grade 4 North Devon Spring Open 14U Girls event in the Easter Holidays

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Orange event competitors at the TT Tour – Sony Open event. Congratulations to Hayden Cummings (orange top) who was the winner.

 

 

TT Tour – Sony Open 2017

The latest TT Tour competition, The Sony Open, took place at the indoor centre last Sunday (30th April) with seven junior players competing in the Orange event.

Hayden Cummings won all his matches to take the top spot, Gevin Chendhilkumar was runner-up after playing in his first TT Tour final and third place went to Charlie McKenzie. Ash Annareddy finished in fourth place, Guhan Chendhilkumar was fifth and first time TT Tour competitors Conor Stevens and Rory Thompson finished in sixth and seventh place respectively.
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Coach Andrew Dingwall who ran the tournament said, “Congratulations to all players that competed in the Sony TT Tour, each player produced some great tennis. A special well done to Conor and Rory in playing in their first ever event, both holding their own against the other players.” he added “Congratulations to Gevin for making it to his first final and producing some great tennis in a hotly contested final of which Hayden came out the victor.”
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The Totally Tennis Tour is for Development Squads and Mini Performance Squads players who get the opportunity to compete in seven tournaments throughout the year. The top eight players from each squad will be invited back to play in the Grand Final’s in November for the chance to finish as the club champions. Leaderboard’s will show players rankings in each squad and points will be awarded to the winner, runner-up and third/fourth place players for each event as well as points for entering.

The Grand Slam events of the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open offer higher points of 1,000 and or the winners 500 for the runners-up. All other events give the winners 250 points, 125 for second place and 75 for third/fourth places, every player gets 100 points for all events they enter, each age group leaderboard will be updated after each tournament.

TT Tour Dates 2017
Sunday 21st May – French Open

Sunday 25th June – Wimbledon

Sunday 17th September – US Open

Sunday 15th October – Valencia Open

Sunday 15th November – Grand Finals (by invitation only)

PLAYERS MUST BOOK IN BEFORE EACH EVENT. Minimum of FOUR players will be needed per age group otherwise it may get cancelled.

Red (Pirates, Indians, Red Squad) – 10am -12 noon

Orange (Dodgers, Orange Squad) 10am -12 noon

Green (Giants, Green Squad 1pm – 3.30pm

Yellow (C.B, A SQUAD, Performance) 1pm – 3pm

All players interested in participating can book in reception or call the office on 01256 358816. Each event costs ÂŁ6.50 per player

TT Tour 2017 – Australian Open

The first event of the 2017 TT Tour , the Australian Open was held at Totally Tennis’ indoor centre last Sunday. The red event was won by William Durman and the Orange event was won by Hayden Cummings.

In the Red event the 1,000 Grand Slam points was bagged by Durman, Julia Miksztal was runner-up and Abhay Paruchuri finished in third place

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In the Orange event, Cummings started his 2017 campaign with gusto after finished as 2016 champion in his age group. He beat first time TT competitor Charlie McKenzie in the final 10-3, McKenzie was placed an impressive second. Ansh Annareddy was in third place and fourth position went to Faith Tompkins. Kevin and Guhan Chendhilkumar were fifth and sixth respectively and Luke Shattock was seventh overall.

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Coach Andrew Dingwall who ran the event said “We kicked off this year’s  TT Tour  with the Australian Open and in both our red and orange events we had new competitors.” he added “The event was a great success,  the first for many of the players and everyone learnt a great deal. A special well done to Charlie for getting to the final of his first TT Tour event!

The Totally Tennis Tour is for Development Squads and Mini Performance Squads players who get the opportunity to compete in seven tournaments throughout the year. The top eight players from each squad will be invited back to play in the Grand Final’s in November for the chance to finish as the club champions. Leaderboard’s will show players rankings in each squad and points will be awarded to the winner, runner-up and third/fourth place players for each event as well as points for entering.

The Grand Slam events of the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open offer higher points of 1,000 and or the winners 500 for the runners-up. All other events give the winners 250 points, 125 for second place and 75 for third/fourth places, every player gets 100 points for all events they enter, each age group leaderboard will be updated after each tournament.

TT Tour Dates 2017

Sunday 19th March – Brazil Open

Sunday 30th April – Sony Open

Sunday 21st May – French Open

Sunday 25th June – Wimbledon

Sunday 17th September – US Open

Sunday 15th October – Valencia Open

Sunday 15th November – Grand Finals (by invitation only)

PLAYERS MUST BOOK IN BEFORE EACH EVENT. Minimum of FOUR players will be needed per age group otherwise it may get cancelled.

Red (Pirates, Indians, Red Squad) – 10am -12 noon

Orange (Dodgers, Orange Squad) 10am -12 noon

Green (Giants, Green Squad 1pm – 3.30pm

Yellow (C, B and A SQUAD, Performance) 1pm – 3pm

All players interested in participating can book in reception or call the office on 01256 358816. Each event costs ÂŁ6.50 per player

TT Tour 2017

The TT Tour is back for 2017 and kicks off this Sunday (12th February) with the Australian Open event to be held at Totally Tennis’ Indoor Centre in the War Memorial Park, Basingstoke.

The Totally Tennis Tour is for Development Squads and Mini Performance Squads players who get the opportunity to compete in seven tournaments throughout the year. The top eight players from each squad will be invited back to play in the Grand Final’s in November for the chance to finish as the club champions. Leaderboard’s will show players rankings in each squad and points will be awarded to the winner, runner-up and third/fourth place players for each event as well as points for entering.

The Grand Slam events of the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open offer higher points of 1,000 and or the winners 500 for the runners-up. All other events give the winners 250 points, 125 for second place and 75 for third/fourth places, every player gets 100 points for all events they enter, each age group leaderboard will be updated after each tournament.

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TT Tour Dates 2017

Sunday 12th February – Australian Open

Sunday 19th March – Brazil Open

Sunday 30th April – Sony Open

Sunday 21st May – French Open

Sunday 25th June – Wimbledon

Sunday 17th September – US Open

Sunday 15th October – Valencia Open

Sunday 15th November – Grand Finals (by invitation only)

PLAYERS MUST BOOK IN BEFORE EACH EVENT. Minimum of FOUR players will be needed per age group otherwise it may get cancelled.

Red (Pirates, Indians, Red Squad) – 10am -12 noon

Orange (Dodgers, Orange Squad) 10am -12 noon

Green (Giants, Green Squad 1pm – 3.30pm

Yellow (C.B, A SQUAD, Performance) 1pm – 3pm

All players interested in participating can book in reception or call the office on 01256 358816. Each event costs ÂŁ6.50 per player

Player Profile: Luke Shattock

wp_20161206_18_44_39_proLUKE SHATTOCK

Date of birth: Eight

Squad:  Dodgers

How old were you when you first started tennis?

Five

How were you introduced to the sport?

By my parents

What made you come to Totally Tennis?   

Convenient time/day for coaching

Who is your favourite professional tennis player?

Andy Murray

What do you like most about the sport?  

Fast hits

What do you consider to be your best shot?  

Volley

How often do you play?   

Once a week

Do you play any other sport?  

Football, running and cricket

What’s your greatest achievement in tennis so far?