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Scott Lloyd, founder of the Next Generation gym chain, former CEO of David Lloyd Leisure and son of former professional tennis player and fitness entrepreneur ... More
A grassroots tennis initiative that offers young children a free six-week course and tennis racket has been expanded to accommodate 20,000 youngsters. The Lawn Tennis ... More
Michael Downey, the chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), will step down in June after three years in charge to take the same ... More
Sportscotland and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have teamed up to launch a £15m (US$18.5m, €17.8m) project to double the number of covered courts in ... More
Simon Timson, UK Sport’s director of performance, will end his three year association with the quango and join the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) in November. ... More
An extra 5,000 places have been opened up on the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) Tennis for Kids initiative due to popular demand. The scheme had ... More
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) will offer 6,000 coaching hours and hand out 10,000 free tennis rackets to youngsters in a bid to mobilise them ... More
Michael Downey, the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) chief executive, has encouraged players to collaborate and express their views on the game, following criticism from Andy ... More
The huge media fallout and criticism of the government from the collapse of the charity Kids Company has significantly changed the environment around state funding, ... More
Michael Downey, chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), has said that the game in Britain is in decline, opining that the association needs ... More
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