Louie triumphs in tennis club final

Weston Tennis Club.

Weston Tennis Club. - Credit: Archant

Weston Tennis club held its annual Under-10s tournament, with 10 youngsters taking part.

A group of 10 young players from Weston Tennis Club battled it out in the annual Under-10s tournament in a fun, but competitive day of tennis.

The tournament was structured in a round robin format with two groups of five players. Marcus Llewellyn and William Corlett played with skill and determination to reach the semi-finals, but succumbed to the worthy finalists, Louie Bush Evans and Zsombor Bojthy.

The stylish and consistent Zsombor belied his age as the youngest competitor to reach the final. Excellent play from Bush Evans eventually proved too strong for Zsombor and the older player just clinched victory to complete a day of excellent tennis watched by family and friends.

The club is holding a series of fun days for children aged between five and 16 throughout the school holidays including August 23 and 25, from 9am to 1pm.


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These sessions are designed for all abilities including beginners and are run by the club’s LTA qualified coach, Jamie Allen. Jamie also includes other activities in his fun days such as handball, basketball and football.

Additionally, tennis activity sessions run throughout the year on Saturday mornings with designated time slots for ages from five to 16.

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For more details please contact Jamie via mobile 07790 937448, email Jamieallentennis@yahoo.com or visit the club website at www.westontennis.net

The club also has regular sessions for adults on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings and is actively looking to recruit more members of all abilities. Coaching is available for beginners, improvers and advanced players with individial and group sessions.

Also, any players, including those interested in winter and summer league opportunities, are welcome to come and try a club session and see the facilities.

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