Heather Watson beat the world number 89 in Canada to claim her second ITF tournament win of the year.Read the full story ›
The Guernsey star beat American qualifier Caty McNally in straight sets to reach round two of the Championships for the fifth time.Read the full story ›
Heather Watson and Scott Clayton will play in the singles and doubles at the Championships once again next month.Read the full story ›
The 21-year-old, who is based in Saint-Malo, has beaten a former top-50 player this year, despite struggling for players to practice with.Read the full story ›
The Guernsey star plays Johanna Konta in the second round of the WTA event on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Scott Clayton says he is aiming to finish the year on a high ahead of his final two tournaments of the year in India.Read the full story ›
Jersey's Scott Clayton and partner Jonny O'Mara have made it through to round two of the doubles at Wimbledon.Read the full story ›
Guernsey's Heather Watson beat Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova 6-0 6-4 to progress to the third round at SW19.Read the full story ›
Heather Watson is through to round two at Wimbledon after beating Belgium's Maryna Zanevska in straight sets.Read the full story ›
The Channel Islands tennis team won all three doubles rubbers to fight back from 4-2 down to beat Staffordshire 5-4 on a thrilling final day of LTA Winter County Cup action.
Narrow defeats to Buckinghamshire (5-4) and North Wales (6-3) meant Rob West’s team had to win their final match to stay up.
West and James Faudemer, Stuart Parker and Michael Watkins, and Patrick Ogier - who had retired from his singles match earlier in the day - and Scott Weaver, all produced victories as CI edged out their opponents in dramatic fashion.
The result saw CI finish second overall which means they will play in Group 4 again next year having reached their highest ever standing following back-to-back promotions.
Goal number one was to stay in the group and make sure we didn't go back down to a division that we'd worked so hard to get up from last year. Having seen the level in the group, we know we're capable of getting promoted and we were very close to doing so. Two very close losses on the first two days just prevented it. We'll be back next year and really confident that, if we put a strong team out, we've got the ability to go up again.