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First Ever World Deaf Tennis Championships to be held in Nottingham!

Posted: Mon, 22 Jun 2015 17:16

First Ever World Deaf Tennis Championships to be held in Nottingham!

The first ever World Deaf Tennis Championships will be held at the Nottingham Tennis Centre from Monday 20th to Sunday 26th July. The event which is being organised by the Tennis Foundation will feature men's, women's and junior competitions involving the elite players in deaf tennis.

Members of the public are being invited to be part of the event by going to support the players as they do battle to be crowned world champion in this inaugural tournament. Tickets cost just £5 and can be purchased on the event website.

On Saturday 25th July between 10:30am – 2:30pm people have also got the chance to play Tennis for free at the tournament venue, meet and receive some coaching tips from the world's top players who are involved in the event.

This opportunity is open to players of all ages and abilities with deaf people and their friends, family and carers especially being encouraged to do so. People who attend this Tennis Foundation 'Come Try Tennis' event will also gain free entry to watch the tournament on the same day. More details about this opportunity can be found on the Tennis Foundation website.

First Ever World Deaf Tennis Championships to be held in Nottingham!

Tags: Disability Sport, Featured, Tennis

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