Holly Staff is one of the hottest prospects in the world of tennis. She's already a Great Britain international at just 11 years of age.
Chris Hall paid a visit to her school in Salford to see her in action.
Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli will be back on court at the Liverpool Hope University International TennisTournament today despite her shock defeat by the teenage rising star Jodie Burrage.
Burrage won the first set 7-5 and was leading the second 3-2 when Bartoli retired with a shoulder injury.
Bartoli is playing in doubles action today.
Tickets are still available for the tournament, which runs until to Sunday, June 22.
British teenager Jodie Burrage had a shock victory at the Liverpool Hope University International TennisTournament.
Burrage, a rising star from Surrey, won the first set 7-5 and reigning Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli retired with a shoulder injury.
The Liverpool International Tennis tournament starts later this week ... with some big names to pull in the crowds .
Star attraction will no doubt be Wimbledon women's champion Marion Bartolli who'll be playing the tournament along with former British number 1 Greg Rusedski.
This year the event is moving from Calderstones Park to Liverpool Cricket club which last hosted a similar event in 1954. The tournament runs from June 19th - 22nd.
Macey Clarke is just eight years old and already has a celebrity following. Liverpool football legend Jamie Carragher is so impressed that he's now financially supporting her career.
Two brothers from the North West are burying their sibling rivalry to help each other to success on the tennis court. The Skupskis' have been playing since the age of three.
Top tennis players are heading for Liverpool for the 12th international tennis tournament.
It's regarded as one of the key warm up events for Wimbledon.
Virginia Wade is one of the star players at this year's event.
In the past John McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, Greg Rusedski, Martina Navratilova and Martina Hingis have taken part.
It begins today at Calderstones Park and continues until Sunday.
The plans for this year's Liverpool International Tennis Tournament will be announced this morning. It will be held at Calderstones Park between 20 - 23 June.