Continued Success for Chase on the Tennis Court
A Year 9 Stamford School student has been recognised by the Lawn Tennis Association as being ranked 1st in the county of Lincolnshire, after a successful year of play.
Chase Burgess, a Year 9 pupil at Stamford School, has achieved remarkable and sustained success on the Tennis Court. Chase’s success has been recognised by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) where he has been ranked, as of January 2021, 1st in county of Lincolnshire and 75th in the entire country for his age.
His most recent achievements have included; coming Second in the U16 Central and East Country Tour and coming First in the U14 Midlands Country Tour. His continued success has also meant that global Tennis brand, Head, will sponsor chase for a fourth consecutive year.
Chase has been playing Tennis since he was 7 years old and has been competing in local, regional and national tennis tournaments ever since. He has continually played above his age category and recently became the youngest ever player to represent his Tennis Club in the men’s leagues.
Chase also represents Stamford School for Fives and has had success in regional and national tournaments. His standout achievement came in the ‘Thring Tournament‘ where he and his partner came 2nd.
As well as being a Sports Scholar, Chase is also a Richard Harris Art Scholar and enjoys taking part in a wealth of co-curricular activities. These activities include; Spanish Club, Debating Society and 1532 Society.
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