The University of Portsmouth’s Men’s Tennis 3rd team lost to Southampton two sets to love in the opening round of tennis at Varsity 2015. The first set was close, ending in a 6-8 tiebreak win for Southampton, with the second […]
The University of Portsmouth’s Women’s 1st team beat Southampton Women’s 1st team in straight sets in an interesting match at the tennis dome. Portsmouth got off to a good start in the first set, breaking Southampton’s serve in the second game. […]
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The University of Portsmouth’s women’s 1st tennis fought against adverse conditions to achieve a win for the team. After some confusion over the location of the matches, it was decided they would play on a single court in HMS Temeraire due […]
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Men’s tennis doubles team had to settle for a draw against their rivaling opponents as they lost vital points in their battle. The first match began with a double fault from the Southampton team and overall the beginning was very error strewn. […]
Portsmouth have been announced as the winners of Varsity 2013, beating Southampton by a narrow margin 140-136 under a shroud of confusion. The result stood at 134-130 to Portsmouth after Pompey won the men’s rugby finale 20-6, with just the […]
Live and exclusive coverage, photos, interviews, videos, tweets and reaction as Portsmouth record their first ever Varsity win in a cloud of controversy.
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The University of Portsmouth men’s 1st tennis team opened their BUCS season with a resounding 10-2 victory over Kent. All four players in the team played their singles matches first and Portsmouth got off to an almost perfect start. Nick […]
If we’ve learnt anything from watching Wimbledon, it’s that tennis doesn’t fair well in the rain. With no ball girls or ball boys to cover the courts, and with the weather unable to decide whether to rain or snow, tennis […]
The University of Portsmouth Racquet Club have been approved by the Lawn Tennis Assocation (LTA) for a sports development grant worth a substantial £967.