As Andy Murray gears up for his semi-final match today, we meet Leicestershire's tennis hopeful making a name for himself internationally.
In her second Paralympics, Halesowen's Jordanne Whiley is looking for her first medal today.
The AEGON Classic tennis tournament starts in Birmingham today.
With the Scottish team at the mini Fed Cup event at Nottingham. Looking good babes.... http://t.co/i9Ek5aMRva
Judy Murray today hosted a mini junior Fed Cup experience at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.
She spent the morning with youngsters, telling them what it is like playing for your country in the Fed Cup.
Some time was also spent on the court for a skills session before setting up a Fed Cup-style match play with on-court coaching from the team captains.
The British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships will start today at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.
The world's best players will take part in the Super Series event, including Great Britain's Jordanne Whiley from Halesowen, David Phillipson from Bingham, Nottinghamshire and Dermot Bailey from Kettering.
As Andy Murray battles it out in the semi final at Wimbledon, one budding young tennis player from Leicestershire is making a name for himself in America.
Twenty-year-old Connor Glennon from Rothley, Leicestershire, has been named Confederation Player of the year. He was awarded a tennis scholarship at Memphis Tennessee University and hopes to become a professional player on the international circuit.
Ahead of the weekend's Wimbledon final ITV News Central has been talking to 20-year-old Connor Glennon.
He left his home village in Leicestershire last year to take up a tennis scholarship at the University of Tennessee where he combines a degree in Business and Economics with his ambitions to become a pro-tennis player on the international circuit.
In 2012 Connor, who began playing tennis as a youngster with Rothley Tennis Club, was named Confederation Player of the Year.
At 9:00pm on ITV tonight, a programme called Britain's Secret Homes is aired.
It is about houses that are not famous but behind their doors history has been made.
Tonight, Greg Rudesdki visits a home near Edgbaston where lawn tennis was created and he tries playing using the orginal equipment.
You can watch the preview here:
Many tennis fans have spent today waiting outside Wimbledon in hope of getting hold of a ticket to see the world's best players in action.
Not ITV News Central's Steve Clamp, who spent today catching up with Midlands tennis stars of the future.