Former British number 1 women's tennis player Elena Baltacha has been given an Honorary Doctorate from University Campus Suffolk.
Ipswich tennis star faces Italian in 1st round
Ipswich player beaten in straight sets by Australian Samantha Stosur
Andy Murray became the first British man in 76 years to lift a major tennis trophy after winning a marathon US Open final.
Now there are hopes that his victory inspire a new generation of tennis stars? Donovan Blake's been to Suffolk to find out.
Ipswich tennis star, Elena Baltacha says she is considering her future on a 'week-by-week' basis after being knocked out of Wimbledon in the second round yesterday.
She struggled from the off against defending champion Petra Kvitova, the Czech taking the first set 6-0 in just 22 minutes.
Baltacha put up more of a fight in the second set, but eventually went down 6-0, 6-4.
Speaking last night, she said: "Last year I said I was going to retire after the Olympics, but I think I'm going to take it on a week-by-week basis.
"If I still really enjoy it, if I still believe I'm improving and I still love it, then I'll carry on.
"I still enjoy competing and at the moment I want to keep going, but I don't want to put any pressure on myself."
Suffolk tennis player Elena Baltacha has been knocked out of the French Open on the first day.
The British Women's number one from Ipswich faced a tough opening match against the World number six Samantha Stosur. Baltacha found the Australian too tough, going down 6-4, 6-0.