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Nominations Announced for LTA Tennis Awards, presented by Lexus

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On 2 July we will be revealing the ultimate winners of the 2024 LTA Tennis Awards, presented by Lexus, but first we have the details of all of our amazing nominees.

The awards champion the people and venues throughout our sport that go above and beyond so tennis thrives.

The names were selected from more than 2,200 nominations across 16 different categories. The nominees have all been acknowledged for their outstanding contribution to tennis in 2023.

To help us decide on the national winners, we invited professionals from across sport and other sectors to sit on our judging panels. This included LTA colleagues, elite players, officials and former award winners to journalists, politicians and our sponsors along with representatives from charities and governing bodies.

Organisations included: Association for Physical Education, CORE Education Trust, Sport England, SportsAid, Lexus, the LTA Tennis Foundation, AELTC and others.

We were also helped by experts including tennis coach Judy Murray, sports broadcaster, Anne-Marie Batson, journalist and presenter Natasha Kaplinsky, Paralympian Louise Hunt Skelley, current British No.1 women's wheelchair tennis player Lucy Shuker and one of the most recognisable chair umpires on the world stage James Keothavong.

Jess Downs, Workforce Support Manager, looks after the awards at the LTA. She said: “I’d like to thank all the judges that gave us their time to sit on the panels. In many of the categories, it was extremely hard for the judging panels to narrow down the nominees as the levels set were so high. This just underlines just how many amazing people we have in tennis. ‘’

“It’s been empowering to collaborate with individuals and organisations that cover the length and breadth of the sport. We are so pleased that so many people are as passionate as we are in highlighting the incredible individuals and fabulous venues that make our sport so enjoyable.’’

LTA President Sandi Procter speaking into a microphone wearing a pink blazer jacket

Sandi Procter, President of the LTA, said: “The LTA Tennis Awards are a real celebration of the people that make our sport thrive. I would like to congratulate all the individuals and venues who have been announced as national finalists.

“It is a testament to the hard work and dedication they put in week in, week out. It’s been so inspiring to hear about the incredible contributions all the nominees have made to our sport and to their own communities.

President Sandi Procter will host the awards in the presence of Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Gloucester, The Honorary President of the LTA. The ceremony will be presented by Leon Smith OBE. Our elite players will also be also presented with their trophies on the day to acknowledge their amazing achievements last season.

Leon Smith said: “The nominees will have the chance to come together and meet lots of others who are doing tremendous work around the country.

“The awards acknowledge the achievements made by our outstanding volunteers, coaches, officials, venues and players and who are all so vital in helping us to grow the game.

“I would like to thank them for their outstanding work and wish them all the best of luck for the ceremony in July. I can’t wait to welcome them all to our National Tennis Centre in the summer. I know it will be an amazing celebration! ‘’

Leon Smith speaking into a microphone wearing a blue blazer jacket

Congratulations to all of this year's shortlisted nominees. The full list of those vying for this year's awards can be found below:

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