An ace time had by all at Tennis Club event – Report from Churchill Community Tennis Club

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On Sunday 22nd August, local tennis players rallied round to take part in a ‘Hit & Mix’ competition at Churchill Community Tennis Club.  The event saw players take part in a number of mini matches with different partners and, at the end, the winner was the person with the most victories.  The format enables players of all abilities to join in and highlights the Club’s open to all philosophy.

The competition was fierce (and friendly!) and, in dramatic fashion, a number of players finished with the same score.  Winners were decided by who had won the most games over the course of the afternoon.  After some testing mental arithmetic, the results were announced.  Congratulations go to John and Dipyan for winning, but also to all who turned-up. Despite some iffy weather, the turnout was good and everyone had a great time.

Plans for September include a Club Championship and a ‘Game, Set and Munch’ barbeque.

The Club has entered teams in the Woking Tennis League over the past few seasons and is always on the look-out for new players to improve standards.

Club nights are held at The Winston Churchill School Sports Centre on Mondays and Wednesdays.  Weekly coaching is available.  Players of all standards are welcome and are able to pay and play or take out full membership.

For further information, contact the Club Secretary on 01483 474277 or the Winston Churchill Sports Centre on 01483 797015.

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