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It’s a ‘Win Win’ with Graves Tennis redevelopment

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Graves Tennis Centre in Norton is set to become the ‘Tennis Capital of the North’, providing the country’s leading tennis centre of excellence and also becoming one of the most advanced and largest leisure centres in Europe. Local MP Meg Munn visited to meet Win Tennis to discuss the redevelopment proposals, which will take about three years to fruition. The development will incorporate a swimming pool, fitness centre, sports hall and football pitches which are being supported by Sheffield United.

 

Meg commented on the plans:

 

“These proposals are ambitious, when it is open the new centre will provide world class facilities for tennis right here in Sheffield. I fully support this project and look forward to working with Win Tennis in the future.”

 

Mike Walker, Chief Executive at Win Tennis added:

 

 “Our team at Win Tennis has worked incredibly hard to secure planning permission for the Graves site and we are delighted that our plans have been approved.

 

The new Centre of Excellence will be a flagship for the Win brand and will provide world-class facilities for the future of tennis in Sheffield, and a base for training, fitness and education for Win Tennis Academy players in the North.” 

 

Roger Draper, Chief Executive, Lawn Tennis Association said of the project:

 

“Win Tennis embodies all the qualities that we demand of an LTA-accredited International High Performance Centre.  We have worked very closely with Mike and his team for several years now and we have complete confidence that what they have achieved at Bisham they can replicate in the North of England in Sheffield.  We are excited about the future and very much hope to see the Graves Centre in Sheffield become one of the best LTA High Performance Centres in the country, and become known as the Tennis Centre of the North.”

 

For more information visit www.wintennis.com

 

Associated Photograph :

Meg with Win Tennis Chief Executive Mike Walker (left) and Director of Business Operations Andrew McKenzie-James.

Meg with Win Tennis Chief Executive Mike Walker (left) and Director of Business Operations Andrew McKenzie-James.


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