September 25th, 2016

The future looks bright for Bromsgrove Tennis Club

The future looks bright for Bromsgrove Tennis Club The future looks bright for Bromsgrove Tennis Club

A NUMBER of rising stars at Bromsgrove Tennis Club shone as two junior sides claimed a hat-trick of victories.

Bromsgrove’s u9s and u10s won all three of their opening matches to storm to the top of their divisions.

In the most recent of those matches the u9s team of of Isaac Bridge, Kaloyan Pavlov, Josie Ward and Harry Giles ran out 9-1 winners against Droitwich.

Not to be outdone the u10 team of Tom Round, Cameron Owen, Patrick Niedzwiedz and Isaac Bridge won 6-0 against Worcester.

Meanwhile, there was further success for Bromsgrove, with Ladies, Men’s and Mixed sides all securing wins.

The pick of the results came from the Ladies C Team who thumped Blakedown 6-0 in Division Six.

Beccy Smith with Dylis Thomas and Connie Wedelich with Anne Simper had straightforward two set victories as they only dropping a few games in both contests.

Amy Foster with Steph Armstrong had more of a fight on their hands as the Blakedown first pair took them to a decider, but a 6-2 final set victory set them up for an easier win against the Blakedown second pair.

Matt Smith, playing with Kelly Kenward, went down in three close sets in their opening contest to David Lloyd Bromsgrove, but bounced back to secure Mixed A Team the bragging right with a 3-1 win. Sophie Oliver and Steve Jones won both their matches.

There was also joy for the Men’s B Team as they edged Malvern-based Manor Park C, while Voitek Niedzwiedz with Di Inchely and John and Linda Casey steered the Mixed C Team to a 3-1 victory over Ledbury A.

Niedzwiedz and Inchley had two straightforward wins while in some close contests the Caseys won one and lost one of the Division Five clash.