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Great British Tennis Weekend Sat 13 June 10-2 at Dulwich Tennis


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The Great British Tennis Weekend comes to Dulwich Lawn Tennis Club on Sat 13 June 10-2. All welcome! Lots of great events and coaching, plus coffee and cake. So please come down and join us, and bring your friends.


Ever wanted to try playing on grass? We have 6 lovely courts, as well as 5 hard courts.


Saturday June 13 10-2

Dulwich Sports Club

Giant Arches Road (off Burbage Road)

London SE24 9HP

http://www.dulwichtennis.com

[email protected]


To be sure of a place, use this link to book in for any of the free sessions below at https://goo.gl/frw9BQ . Or just turn up!


10.30 - 11.15 - Kids session - ?Children between 3 and 10 years old can get stuck into the world of tennis. With smaller courts, nets and rackets and lower bouncing balls, LTA Mini Tennis offers the perfect introduction to the sport, with all the fun and energy of the real thing.?


11.15 - 12pm - Coaching drills - A taster session for adults and teenagers of either Spanish Drills (where players move in V patterns hitting shots to develop their fitness, co-ordination and balance) or Fit-tennis (a tennis specific on court work out).


12 - 1.30pm - Mix in - If you don?t fancy a coaching session why not just try out our new facilities. You can book a slot and join some current and new members for a fun & sociable game, or something more serious and competitive.


There?ll also be a ball machine and speed gun (you can test how fast your serve is).

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Dulwich Tennis has four social mix-in sessions per week (Tuesday eve/Wednesday eve/Saturday aft/Sunday aft), for all abilities. It's a great way to get back into tennis, or just meet lots of nice people to play with. Just turn up at the session, no booking required, and play doubles with who ever is there.
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