Seaton Tennis Club all set for ‘Super Saturday’

Tennis - generic picture

Tennis - generic picture - Credit: Archant

This coming Saturday (June 13), Seaton Tennis Club will be embracing then nationwide event, The Great British Tennis Weekend, writes Belinda Bawden.

It’s a day that promises so much and runs from 10am through until 4pm.

The whole day is free and run by the volunteers and coaches – and offers a great opportunity for folk, young and old, to get along to the club to learn more about the sport and meet the club players and coaches.

Rackets and balls will be provided for anyone new to the game and absolutely anyone can get involved.

Whether you’ve never picked up a racket before or are a seasoned regular – there is no excuse not to come down.


You may also want to watch:


All ability levels are welcome so book your session today! The coaching team will be on hand to coach you, inspire you, knock a few balls around with you or just answer your questions.

The events kick-off with Mini Tennis for juniors and Tennis Xpress for adults at 10am, when there will also be coaching sessions for the ages 10 and under.

Most Read

At 11am it’s Giant Cardio Tennis for the adults and yellow ball coaching session for juniors with 11 and over the targeted age.

At noon there’s open play for both juniors and adults when club coaches will be on hand to offer tips and advice and then, from 2pm to 4pm, the courts will be available to all to have a go at the sport.

You can book a place online by visiting www.clubspark.lts.org.uk/OpenDays and then put Seaton into the search section.

You can also contact Seaton Tennis Club head coach Jason Martin on 07931 743168 or via email at jas@jasonmartinsports.com

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus