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BARBADOS - tennis 2007

Hayden Lewis

Tennis is a sport that has thrived for many years in Barbados and tennis courts can be found the length and breadth of the island.

There are several annual competitions including the Barclays Bank junior championships, the National Tennis Centre Barbados Futures event and the BMW Challenge. Seen here Hayden Lewis.
Barbados tennis

Barbados tennis 2006

Sep 26 2006 By Corey Greaves Compliments of the Barbados Advocate

THOMAS HILL claimed the boys under-14 title when he defeated the top seed Jackson Kerr when the 2006 Esso Juniors National Tennis Championships continued over the weekend at the National Tennis Centre. < Read more >

Damien Applewaite hits a forehand during practice by the Davis Cup squad at Sandy Lane. Looking on are team members Haydn Lewis, Michael Date and coach Kevin Yarde.

Compliments of the Nation News by BERNARD BABB June 2006

A FIVE-MEMBER TEAM will represent Barbados in Davis Cup tennis competition in El Salvador, starting on Wednesday.

Barbados will contest Group Four in the Americas zone along with St Lucia, Bermuda, the United States Virgin Islands, Panama and the OECS.

The team is being coached by non-playing captain Kevin Yarde and includes Russell Moseley, Damien Applewaite, Michael Date and Australia-based Haydn Lewis.

Competition is being played on red clay at the Maya Country Club in San Salvador and runs from June 14-18.

The Barbadian squad completed training sessions over the weekend and coach Yarde said they were not daunted by a lack of available clay courts on the island.

"We have a good squad of talented players and I think they will be able to make the adjustments ... we have about two days to get used to the clay," Yarde said.

The players are not new to Davis Cup play, having been on previous squads, and represent the current crop of the island's leading players.

From the glory days of competing in Group 2 in the 1980s, Barbados has been languishing in Group 4 among the weaker teams in the Americas for more than five years, and the squad is seeking to elevate the country to Group 3 this year.

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by BERNARD BABB Compliments of the Nation News

Seventeen-year-old Bradley Bryan, ripping a double-fisted backhand yesterday, is one of six Barbadians in the main draw of the Boys' 18 Division of the 2006 FirstCaribbean International Tennis Tournament which serves off today.



Six Barbadians will have their best games tested when the 2006 FirstCaribbean International Junior Tennis Tournament serves off this morning at the National Tennis Centre, Wildey, St Michael.

Florida-based Bradley Bryan and local age-group champion Devard Wharton secured their spots in the main draw of the Under-18 Boys' Division on the strength of world-ranking points while the others were awarded wild cards. < Read more >

WORLD-RANKING POINTS, pride, and bragging rights are at stake this morning when two friends square off in the final of the FirstCaribbean International Tennis tournament.

Yohansey Williams, the No.3 seed from Trinidad and Tobago, meets Bahamian Jamal "Ducky" Adderley, the No.2 seed, in the play-off for the Boys' Under-18 singles title and 40 points that goes with the package.

A testing and exciting encounter is expected after the big-hearted Williams eliminated No.1 seed Uriel Oquendo in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4, in yesterday's semi-finals. < Read more >

by BERNARD BABB Compliments of the Nation News

Bahamian Jamal "Ducky" Adderley, the No.2 seed, seen here firing a forehand, will square off against training partner and friend Yohansey Williams, in backgrond, in today's boys' under-18 final.




On the west coast the David and John Lloyd Tennis Village at Sugar Hill is the most recent facility, boasting four well lit Omni courts.

David and John Lloyd Tennis Village  at Sugar Hill


Sir Cliff and David Lloyd (serving) partner in the Sir Cliff Richard Invitational Tennis Exhibition held Sunday 13th February 2005 at the David & John Lloyd Centre at Sugar Hill.

Sandy Lane hotel has nine hard courts and Royal Westmorland has two.

To the south of the island there are courts at the site of the Barbados Hilton (the hotel is in the process of being rebuilt) Club Rockley and the Casuarina hotel.

The National Tennis Centre has its home at the Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium at Wildey. Plus there are many individual courts to be found on the properties of luxury villas.

HaydenBARBADOS' latest sporting prospect intends to seriously pursue his dream of making an impression on the international tennis world.

Haydn Lewis, a 19-year-old left-hander and one of the island's most promising junior tennis players in recent years, has turned professional and will pursue his career from the Australia-based camp of coach Peter Smith.

"Right now I have an Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) ranking of 1223 but I hope to be among the Top 600 in the world by the end of 2005," Lewis told WeekendSport. < Read more >



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