Teenage Carlisle tennis starlet Finn Logue will not forget his appearance at the All England Club in a hurry after he secured Road to Wimbledon County Under-14s finals glory - in both the singles and the doubles.

After triumphing at the previous county finals, the youngster, who trains at Carlisle’s Chatsworth Tennis Club and Kirkby Lonsdale Tennis Club, took to Wimbledon’s famous grass courts, looking to be crowned national champion.

The 13-year-old’s efforts mean he joins Andy Murray in claiming two titles at SW19 and Logue, who secured the doubles win with Alfie King, explains his success was the icing on the cake after a perfect week.

"It would have been an amazing experience, no matter what happened," he said.

"I’ve been to watch the championships before and even that was a great experience – to play here and win both competitions is a dream come true. I’ve loved every moment I’ve spent at Wimbledon and there are no words to describe how I feel, really.

"I’d never played on grass before, but I love the surface now and I’ll definitely be looking to compete at similar tournaments.

"I just want to keep improving and make it to the next level."

The Road to Wimbledon began in 2002 and has continued to expand, initially to India in 2014 before heading to China, Hong Kong and Japan. More than 7,000 juniors participate across England, Scotland and Wales, starting in club, park or school events before qualifying for the county finals and then to national finals at Wimbledon.

Tim Henman was also in attendance for the finals day on August 17, and was impressed with what he saw.

He said: “It’s very special for the young people to get to play on grass at Wimbledon.

"There’s a huge legacy element to that and for the championships to be promoting grass court tennis is very important, and that’s what makes it very memorable. It’s a great tournament for the young kids.”

*The Road to Wimbledon is a joint initiative between the All England Club and the LTA. There are two strands, county and regional/international, which sees players in the Under-14s age-group compete to earn the right to play at the Road to Wimbledon National Finals on the grass courts of The All England Club