Wymondley honours its tournament winners

The winners of the in-house tournaments at Wymondley Tennis Club can be named. James Smith, recovering from a football injury, lost his gamble handicap title to Tony Hayes but only after a spirited fight in the second set. The men s singles, played in ext

The winners of the in-house tournaments at Wymondley Tennis Club can be named.

James Smith, recovering from a football injury, lost his gamble handicap title to Tony Hayes but only after a spirited fight in the second set.

The men's singles, played in extremely hot conditions, was won by Smith in a tense three-setter against David Berry.

Sue Byford took the ladies' singles title for the 18th time.

Experience prevailed in the men's doubles final as Marek Ambrozewski, partnered by Hayes, won against the younger pairing of Hayes' 16-year-old son Liam and Chris Lendrum.

The ladies' doubles was won by Sally Lovett and Pat Norton, with the runners-up being Elisabeth Anderson and Maria Hooper.

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And the mixed doubles winners were Elisabeth Anderson and David Berry who had an unexpectedly easy win over Carol Mumford and Jonathan McCarley.