Term 1 Week 4
Week 4 saw Warwick Tennis go from strength to strength having recovered from their collective hangover after club adoptions.
It was a mixed bag of results for the Men’s Teams with the 1s continuing their strong home form at the Fortress Westwood demolishing Loughborough 1s by a score of 10-2 with a stand out performance by Ismael coming out on top after an epic 3 setter against the first racket of Cambridge. However the 2s faced a tougher challenge in the Cambridge 2s fighting valiantly but ultimately going down 10-2. A special shout out goes out to our Charities Sec, Connor for living up to his role and being charitable by driving the Men’s 2s down for their match in Cambridge despite not actually playing!
The girls continued their strong early season form with the 1s maintaining their unbeaten run smashing Birmingham 1s 8-4. Not even the return of Warwick Tennis alumni, Penny could stop the girls sweeping the Birmingham 1s aside. The girls showcased the bonding effects of a heavy night of drinking and challenges at adoptions with Rachel and Sarah as well as Hayley and Grace, both winning their doubles matches 6-1 6-3 carrying their team to victory.
The coming week will be massive with the arrival of the travelling circus coming to the Copper Rooms for one week only with their new act, Circle du Soleil. Ringmasters Jamie and Ivan will as always lead you all in a wide array of daring tasks, themed challenges and great games.
Hope you all have a great week,
Love the exec xx
Warwick Tennis’ favourite bickering married couple, Hattie and James managed to put their differences aside to lead two more stellar social play sessions, keeping it fresh with the introduction of court rotations for Waves as well as playing social play favourites such as 20+1 and Bluff. The social play shot of the week goes to our very own Countdown champ, Ollie, hitting a beautiful tweener from the baseline to win a round of waves. The senses of tennis scouts around the country tingled as they felt the raw talent showcased at the social play sessions, which is rapidly improving week in week out.
Last Wednesday saw the return of the Halloween circle and along with it, old favourites like One Spooky Ghost and Crawford as the towering Ghost Master. Very strong form was shown on the costumes displayed especially by the Jesters in rowdy corner as well as the gang from the Wizard of Oz.