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The allplay tennis park runs from July 4-8 July at Clapham Common
Find out which juniors have reached the latter stages of junior ITF and Tennis Europe events around the world.
Aswin Lizen (ITF Grade 4 Uzbekistan – Boys’ singles & doubles) Callum Poland-Smith, Eleanor Dean, Anna Brogan (ITF Grade 2 Netherlands – Boys’ & Girls singles & doubles) Christopher Reynolds, Freya Christie, Alannah Griffin (ITF Grade 5 Greece – Boys’ & Girls singles & doubles) Alexander Sendegeya, Billy Harris, Christopher Pearce, Samm Butler, Thomas Colautti (ITF Grade 3 Czech Republic – Boys’ singles & doubles) Francesca Jones (Tennis Europe U12 Category 3 Germany – Girls’ singles & doubles) Finn Bass, Mia Smith (Tennis Europe U14 Category 3 Malta – Girls’ & Boys’ singles & doubles)
The Junior Championships, Wimbledon
The allplay tennis park
Junior Davis Cup winner, Kyle Edmund today opened the allplay tennis park, a free five-day festival to help people play tennis.
The allplay tennis park runs from July 4-8, and will give people the chance to enjoy different kinds of tennis programmes, as well as watch all the action from The Championships, Wimbledon.
The allplay tennis park is part of allplay, a campaign to help people play tennis, developed by the Lawn Tennis Association to increase participation, working closely with the Tennis Foundation.
Kyle Edmund, who is currently competing in The Championships, Wimbledon joined over 100 local school children as well as Britain’s top two female wheelchair tennis players Jordanne Whiley and Lucy Shuker in opening the festival.
Kyle Edmund said: “It’s great to be here at the allplay tennis park and see so many young kids playing tennis.
“Tennis is a fun sport for people of all ages and abilities and I’m delighted how many children have come along today and are enjoying themselves.”
Free tennis festival opens in Clapham Common
14&U Summer Cups
The 2012 14 & Under European Summer Cups is taking place from 1-3 (qualifying) and 6-8 (finals) July. The event also serves as the European qualifying competition for the ITF World Junior Tennis competition, at which the top performing teams will compete later in the year. A total of 63 national teams will take part in the boys' and girls' events.
In the girls’ draw, top seeds Great Britain, represented by Maia Lumsden, Gabriella Taylor and Jazzi Plews have come out top of the qualifying event after a 2-1 defeat over second seeds Ukraine 2-1 in the final round.
In the boys’ event, Great Britain’s team consisting of Jay Clarke, Sam Ferguson and Daniel Bennett finished as runners-up to third seeds Spain after a 3-0 defeat.
Find out more about the 14&U Summer Cups
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