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6 weeks free tennis coaching for 5 - 8 year olds various locations

Tennis for Kids offers 6 week FREE coaching courses for kids aged 5 - 8 years, who are new to tennis. Jam packed with fun games and activities, run by specially trained coaches, Tennis for Kids encour…
kkaren Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago37 Comments
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Had the first lesson today for my 7 year old.

It was great

thanks for the post
Booked my daughter a few weeks ago. Cheers Andy Murray.
Thank you for posting. Just booked my sprogs onto one nearby.
Thank you! Have just booked my son onto our local course! Fab posting!!
booked for my 6 yr old, thanks a lot.

Play Tennis for FREE this weekend (Various Venues) 16th - 17th May / 13th - 14th June / 1st - 2nd August

Get outdoors and try tennis for free this weekend (16th and 17th May) at a Tennis venue near you. Thousands of free events will be taking place across the country for the whole family and will offer p…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago9 Comments
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Bumping as Aug coming up :)
Booked for August, great find
Did this at my local venue recently. Fab day out with the kids.
Thanks for posting :)
Great, thanks.
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Save £5 on all adult tickets purchased before 28th April @ Aegon Open Nottingham 6-14 & 20-27 June 2015

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has confirmed that the world No. 12 Feliciano Lopez will play at the Aegon Open Nottingham ATP event in June. The Aegon Open Nottingham will see two tournaments take
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Watch Centre Court Tennis Free @ Aegon International tennis tournament at Devonshire Park, Eastbourne (Family Day On Saturday 15 June

On Saturday 15 June the LTA and lead partner Aegon are throwing the doors open to fans to watch the tennis for free, with seats on Centre Court and Court 1 being unreserved. This will be a great oppor…
gerrymig Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago2 Comments
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Good freebie, but this is not the tournament that was Queens (that is, unsurprisingly at the Queen's Club)

Wimbledon tickets - 2nd and 3rd july - court 1 £30.00

Not the best of tickets, but may be worth, if you love the experience of being there. you need to register on all play and once you do that there is a link on the homepage that will take you to a t…
vjs8in Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago23 Comments
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Only Sunday tickets left now

I have 2 spare for Sat 2nd court 1, pm me for details if interested.
Any idea who is playing saturday the 2nd?
From what i can see all the finals are centre court
Only Sunday tickets left now
Just got 4 Tickets for Sunday! Great Success
why has this been expired?

maybe cos its £34, not £30

more likely someone expired it to increase their chances of getting tickets.

lolz - somehow I doubt it!

if price was the issue, this could have been altered by mods.

Tickets for Queens Tennis Final (Monday) £10.00! @ LTA

Since the final has been postponed to tomorrow (Monday 13th June 2011) tickets are now only £10. Providing you can get the day off work!
BowerzZ Avatar5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago11 Comments
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Glad to see James Ward the Englishman drop out, let's hope a Scotsman can do what he couldn't :)

Cry like a girl?

Tears of celebration perhaps.
Still available at the gate tomorrow, will go early tomorrow :)
Glad to see James Ward the Englishman drop out, let's hope a Scotsman can do what he couldn't :)

Cry like a girl?
I suspect Murray only takes this minor event seriously so he has an excuse as to why he failed at Wimbledon.

You'd think that 'a strain picked up at Queens' would wear a bit thin after using the same excuse for a third time.
Glad to see James Ward the Englishman drop out, let's hope a Scotsman can do what he couldn't :)
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