Draws & Results
2017 Draws and Results
2016 Draws and Results
2015 Draws and Results
2014 Draws and Results
2013 Draws and Results
2011 Draws and Results
2010 Draws and Results
Photos & Video
How to Enter
How to Enter – Club/Park/School
How to enter – Regional / International
Rolls of Honour
The Road to Wimbledon in China 2016
The Road to Wimbledon in India 2016
The Road to Wimbledon in India 2015
The Road to Wimbledon in India 2014
Connor Thomson hits a smash during the Regional Boys doubles final.
Esther Adeshina and Olivia Elliot celebrate their doubles triumph.
Mahak Jain hits a forehand during her singles final clash.
Jain and Adeshina shake hands following their final encounter.
Sacchitt Sharma strikes a serve at SW19.
Sharma hits a forehand on way to winning the Regional Boys main draw title.
Sharma roars having become 2015 champion at HSBC Road to Wimbledon.
Tim Henman plays a volley during the WJTI tennis clinic.
Henman hands out advice to the juniors.
The fortunate competitors had the chance to hit with Henman.
The former British No.1 was on hand to pass on his wealth of tennis expertise.
The HSBC Road to Wimbledon 2015 players pose with Tim Henman.
The scene at Aorangi Park on Finals day.
Junior players took part in a tennis clinic on Finals day led by Tim Henman and AELTC Head Coach Dan Bloxham.
The competitors were put through their paces on the practice courts at SW19.
The HSBC Road to Wimbledon 2015 juniors enjoy a warm up exercise.
Henman observes the children have a go at a core strength exercise.
Henman and Head Coach Dan Bloxham demonstrate for the kids.
Tim Henman manages to illustrate a testing exercise for the juniors.
The HSBC Road to Wimbledon juniors try their hand at a reaction exercise.
Tournament Director Paul Hutchins addresses the parents and players following another successful Finals day.
Champion Mahak Jain has her photo with Tim Henman.
Sacchitt Sharma and Mahak Jain pose with their Regional main draw trophies.
Tim Henman greets champion Sacchitt Sharma.
Regional Boys doubles winners Connor Thomson and Patrick Young celebrate their success with Tim Henman
Regional Girls doubles champions Olivia Elliot and Esther Adeshina pose with Tim Henman at SW19.
‘Team India’ celebrate with their two champions.
Mahak Jain from India awaits her opponent.
The Regional Boys tournament reached the knockout stages.
The boys are helped out by the referees at Aorangi Park.
Players relaxed inbetween their matches on Wednesday.
A close up of the finely trimmed grass at SW19.
Sacchitt Sharrma plays a forehand on the run.
Players had plenty of time to recuperate before their next match.
Players watched the other matches in progress with great interest.
Shashank Theertha stretches to make a shot.
The scene at SW19 during the Boys Regional contests.
A group of players were lucky to be drawn on the courts used during The Championships.
The girls were also in action on Wednesday as the competitions reached the knockout stages.
Jain chips back a forehand in her match.
One junior catches the cameraman during some downtime.
Eyes on the ball for this volley.
A ball rests on the famous grass at SW19.
A whipped forehand channeling
Ready for action after firing down another serve at Aorangi Park.
The action reached a crucial stage on Wednesday as the knockout matches began.
The facilities at Aorangi Park enable families to spend time together inbetween matches.
The scene at SW19 as the rain stayed away.
The scene at Aorangi Park on the opening day at SW19 (Pic by Alex Broadway)
Top juniors battle it out at the Road to Wimbledon Finals (Pic by Alex Broadway)
AELTC Head Coach Dan Bloxham hosts a Q&A with Tim Henman
The scene is set on the opening day at Aorangi Park
Road To Wimbledon