Player of the Month Award


U8 players of the month

Jonas has worked really hard to transfer the skills he has learnt on the practice court into successful performances in a competitive environment. His improved attitude and focus in individual and squad sessions has resulted in a recent U8 tournament win during the half term break. Well done Jonas – keep up the hard work!

Matilda continues to work hard to improve all aspects of her game. She arrives to every lesson with a great attitude and a willingness to learn. As she begins her transition from Mini red to orange and her competitive results get better and better the future is clearly a bright one. Well done Matilda this work ethic will stand you in good stead moving forward.


U9 player of the month

Lucas Mitchell
Lucas continues to grow in confidence with every week that passes. He has worked really hard on the practice court to ensure that when he tests himself against the toughest of opposition, he is able to compete well. Lucas fully deserves the ‘player of the month’ title having capped off his ‘mini orange’ tennis journey by winning the recent Grade 2 competition at Loughborough at the end of October. What an awesome achievement. Well done Lucas!


U10 players of the month

Deyvon Butlin
Deyvon has continued his superb start to the winter season. This was capped off by his recent quarter final showing at the Grade 2 event in Sunderland where his adherence to his performance related goals was excellent. Learning and improving all the time Deyvon just gets better and better – Well done!

Archie Johnson
Archie has worked really hard this month in trying to develop solid groundstrokes from the back of the court. With great progress having been made in particular on the backhand side Archie’s hard work has paid off with a tightly fought 2nd place at a recent tournament held at the club. Well done Archie, keep up the hard work!


U16 player of the month

Finlay Nixon
Finlay has come a long way since committing to a busy tennis programme at Thongsbridge. Under the watchful eye of his coach Matt Wesley his forehand has become a shot to be feared by most. As his game continues to develop his ability to compete well on the match court has also improved. Well done Finlay, Keep up the hard work!