You may already know but Henry won his semi-final on Saturday in magnificent style against a strong opponent and battling against the wind.
He only had one break point against him, didn’t serve any double faults, hit 32 winners and above all came up with the winning plays at crucial points.
And so on Sunday 16th July at 13.00 on Court 1 he will be up against Yaroslav Demin from Russia for the Boys Singles Trophy.
Jack Draper and Liam Broady have both made the final in recent years but nobody has won the trophy since Stanley Mathews Jnr in 1962.
I’m sure that we would all like to be on Court 1 with the Wolverhampton Barmy Army shouting for Henry, but if that’s not possible why not come down to the Club to cheer him on to more success.
The BBC and ITV will be there filming so casual dress, tennis kit or even a Wolves top won’t go amiss.
Henry has done his bit, let’s help him put Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis and Squash Club on the map,
And the bar is open all afternoon for the Men’s Singles Final, Alcaraz v Djokovic afterwards.
Here’s a link to our holiday camps if you know a young person who would like to start their squash, rcaketball or tennis journey at the club – https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/everypoint/Coaching/Camps