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QCF Tennis Grantees

The summer holidays usually represent an opportunity for young people to unwind and relax after a long and arduous year. However, for our QCF tennis grantees the summer represents a brilliant opportunity to focus on their ambitions and goals.

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17 New Grants Awarded

The Queen’s Club Foundation is delighted to announce that in August we awarded 17 new grants. In total 11 organisations and 6 players have been given a grant to assist them in their own unique ambitions and goals.

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QCF Grantee – Ali Loke

In June QCF was delighted to offer a grant in support of Ali Loke, a squash player currently competing on the professional women’s tour. She recently competed in the World Championships in Chicago.

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QCF Community Club Returns!

The QCF were delighted to be able to reopen the doors to its Community Tennis Club back in May. After 9 weeks of fun and progress everybody is now looking forward to more tennis over the summer.

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11 New Grantees

In June QCF awarded 11 new grants. In total 6 organisations and 5 players have been given a grant to assist them in their own unique ambitions and goals.

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LTA Awards – Ian Vidgen and Mark Bullock

The Queen’s Club Foundation are extremely proud to have learned that two of our grantees, Ian Vidgen and Mark Bullock, have both won LTA Awards Development Coach of the year 2021 for their respective regions.

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Choice International Online Wheelchair Tennis Sessions

The winter lockdown was an extremely difficult time for many, and one of the many challenges was finding a way to stay active. The Queen’s Club Foundation were extremely proud therefore to be supporting Choice International in delivering online wheelchair tennis.

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Middlesex Tennis Disability Award Winners

We are delighted to announce we have received the LTA Middlesex Tennis Disability Award for 2020. Thank you to Middlesex Tennis for recognising us in this way, we are honoured to receive the Award.

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Metro Blind Sport Visit

On Wednesday 28th October James, part of the QCF office team, had the opportunity to watch and learn how to play visually impaired tennis. Earlier this autumn the Foundation awarded a grant to Metro Blind Sport to run 12 weeks of coaching sessions for visually impaired players.

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