Article by Megan Archer, Express & Star
Frank Jenkins, from Tettenhall, in Wolverhampton, may be turning 90 next year but he has no plans to give up the sport.
He was ranked the 11th best tennis player in the world for his age group – the over-85s – when he joined the circuit aged 84. And last year he was ...
Just a quick message to let you know about our charitable donations for January to March 2018.
We Make Donations Of Tennis Balls To The Following Charities / Organisations :
Save The Children, NSPCC, Barnardo’s, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, Animal Rescue Centres, Dog ...
03/05/18 - Hanbury Men 2-2 Tettenhall Men
05/05/18 - David Lloyd Dudley Ladies' B 3-1 Tettenhall Ladies
Tettenhall Tennis Club will be hosting our annual Adult and Child Tournament on 3rd June.
Keep an eye out for more details in the next few weeks!
Tettenhall Tennis Club uses Recycaball who are a company that buys unwanted used Tennis balls from Tennis Clubs for recycling.
Once we can get a batch of 200 balls, Recycaball will pay the club 17.5p for each ball.
You may have noticed the black bin next to the table and bench on the first court, this is where we ...
Frank's European Adventure click for photos
Notes from our veteran correspondent - Frank Jenkins
“As many of you know, although I’m getting on, there are still many things on my bucket list that I want to do.
Every year the International Tennis Federation (ITF) run a world tournament for tennis ...