posted 3 weeks ago
The 1st team had to bring out the ice-skates yesterday at the Weald Lawn tennis club, which ended by a 2-2 draw !
On a slippery court, James Harvey and Jon managed to win both their matches in the championship tie-break. Meanwhile, our 2nd pair Nicolas Kouzan and Keith Gill unfortunately had to retire in the middle of the 2nd set of their 1st match after Keith aggravated his hamstring injury.
With half their matches played, the first team is actually second to last in the Sussex 1st division. They will have to get a good result against Storrington at home on January 7th if they want to stay in the division ! Come on boys ! ... See MoreSee Less
posted 4 weeks ago
posted 4 weeks ago
It's time for a Box League update !
In division 1, James Harvey and Nicolas Kouzan are tied in first place with 30 points each and still have to play each other.
In division 2, only one match has been played so far and all the players can still be promoted to the 1st division.
In division 3, the "comeback master" Amy Fung and Damir are tied in first place with 30 points each. It seems like either one or the other will move up. Elizabeth Foster is currently 3rd.
In division 4, the winner is already known as Arman Ferrero Gil won his 4 matches. It was really close though as he had to fight through a deciding tie-break against Dylan Jones, currently 2nd, and a close win against Rudi.
In division 5, only one match has been played so far and won by Louise Magee
Finally, in division 6, Keon is currently in 1st place but many matches are still to played.
Only 6 weeks left before the end of the season ! ... See MoreSee Less
posted 1 month ago
It was a great weekend for the Ladies 1st Team, starting with a 4-0 win at the Weald on Saturday, followed by a 4-0 win at home against Amherst ! That puts us in the top spot in Division 2.
On top of displaying top quality tennis, Sharon Fitton represented the best of Badgers fashion both on court and at the trophy ceremony for winning the summer league. Well done everyone ! ... See MoreSee Less