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Warwick Boat Club Tennis Challenger


sheldon-bosley-knight-midlands-tennis-challenger-warwick-boat-clubSheldon Bosley Knight were delighted to sponsor the Warwick Boat Club Tennis Challenger Event on 10th September 2016.

Featuring some of the best tennis players in the Midlands, the event was finally won by Marcus Willis, the tennis hero who played Roger Federer at Wimbledon earlier this year.

Daniel Jackson, who is an Associate Director in our Stratford-upon-Avon office and keen tennis player in his spare time, said afterwards ‘it was a fantastic day with an excellent turn-out and the tennis did not disappoint. The fact that it was won by the local-hero and club ambassador, Marcus Willis, was fantastic and a great opportunity to support Warwick Boat Club which is doing a lot of good work promoting the game of tennis in the local community.


However the weather didn’t exactly play ball and the players had to contend with persistent rain throughout the day.

Despite the conditions, the event was very well attended and the spectators were rewarded with an afternoon of excellent tennis.



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Midlands Challenger 2016

Midlands Tennis Challenger Event

Midlands Tennis Challenger EventSheldon Bosley Knight are delighted to sponsor the 2016 Midlands Tennis Challenger event, hosted by Warwick Boat Club.

With prize money of £1,000, Midlands players who played at Wimbledon this year, including Marcus Willis and Lloyd Glasspool, will be challenging for the title of Midlands Mens’ Singles Champion.

The tournament final is limited to 8 places, with the first 6 places being reserved for the highest ranked tennis players in the Midlands.

TWO wildcard places are available to any men’s singles players who are members of a Midlands tennis club.  Tennis players from Midlands clubs are encouraged to compete to play the best Midlands players, including Marcus Willis who played Roger Federer and Lloyd Glasspool  who played doubles with Dan Evans at Wimbledon.

The tournament will be at Warwick Boat Club on Saturday 10th September starting at 3pm and expected to finish at 7pm.

Entry to watch the tournament is free.  Tournament entry fees are £5 with proceeds going to charity.  The £5 entrance fee also includes tea and cakes.

Players wanting to compete should contact Gavin Henderson on 07787 568642 or email to pay the tournament entrance fee and reserve a tournament place.