AN historic tennis cup has been returned to its most likely rightful home, after it was discovered following an absence of more than 100 years.
Written by Laura Hammond, Burton Mail
Virgin Active has become the official health club of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).
BY Tom Walker Leisure Management
TRIBUTES have been paid to a man who strung the racquet with which Andre Agassi won the men's title at Wimbledon in 1992.
Wimbledon tennis star Ross Hutchins is turning his battle against cancer into a positive and has enlisted a little help from his friends to raise much-needed funds.
By Amelia Burr Kingston Guardian
Alison Taylor, head coach at Westside Tennis Club in Wimbledon, is closing in on the top ten in the world over-45 rankings after winning back-to-back ITF tournaments.
Mike Sinclair reports
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has appointed a new Head of HR and Development, who will be responsible for the development and delivery of HR strategy.
Becoming the national 45 and over ladies indoor singles champion of one country wasn't enough for Alison Taylor.
by Michael Sinclair
TOP-LEVEL veterans tennis is coming to Cheltenham - thanks to the Olympics.
The Tennis Industry Association (TIA UK) has signed a joint partnering agreement with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), the national governing body for British tennis.
NORTH-EAST tennis has been given a ringing endorsement by LTA president Peter Bretherton
The chairman of the prestigious Queen's tennis club has been forced to resign after a disagreement over the way the club has been run.
By April Todd and Polly Dunbar, Mail on Sunday
AN ARCHITECT who sold counterfeit tickets for the Wimbledon tennis championships was spared jail so he can attend a job interview.
DREAMS of retaining the European Clay Court Championship were ultimately dashed for Stirling scholars in Paris.
by Johnathon Menzies, Stirling Observer
WIRRAL tennis player Peter Millar narrowly missed out on a mixed doubles bronze medal in an international competition for people with learning disabilities.
By Craig Manning, Wirral Globe
More building work could be on its way to the All England Club, which is considering a retractable roof for its second largest court.
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