Let your children escape the cold weather this February Half Term and play under cover at Totally Tennis’ indoor centre. The popular Tennis and Multi Sport Camps are a healthy alternative for your children to have fun in the school holidays while burning off some energy, making friends and learning a new sport.
Running at the Indoor Centre in War Memorial Park from 18th – 22nd February sessions can be booked as morning, afternoon or full day options (discounted two-day packages are also available). Tennis camps give children plenty of opportunity to keep active and the camps are not only tennis orientated, although that is the main focus, but combine a variety of sports so there really is something for everyone (morning sessions tennis only, afternoon sessions tennis & multi-sport).
Tennis camps are great fun and include lots of games and mini-competitions for both new and experienced players for children aged 4 – 16 years in a safe environment with fully qualified, licensed and experienced Lawn Tennis Association coaches.
Morning ~ 9am – 12 noon (Tennis)
Afternoon ~ 1pm – 4pm (Tennis & Multi Sports)
Full Day ~ 9am – 4pm (children must be 5 years and over to stay all day)
Each child should dress appropriately for tennis activities and the February weather (lots of layers if chilly), bring plenty of drinks and a packed lunch if staying all day. Children will be supervised throughout the day, including lunch breaks. Rackets will be provided for those who need one. Please note refunds will only be given with 24 hours notice and sessions need a minimum number of participants in order to take place. As a result of a cancellation by Totally Tennis an alternative will be offered.
For more information about the Tennis Camps please telephone Totally Tennis on 01256 358816, email email@example.com or visit the website www.totallytennis.co.uk
Mini performance player Nikesh Reddy Bomma won the 10 and under Boys title at the South East Winter County Tour held at the West Worthing Club in West Sussex
In the quarter finals he beat Eddie Burton 4-0, 4-1 followed by Ivan Pineda Vera in the semis 4-0, 4-2. In the final he defeated Alfie Manson 4-1, 4-3(3) to win his second tournament.
Coach Jamie Jordan said, “Nikesh played very consistently and adapted his style to the different players he met along the way!”
”It’s amazing what he is achieving right now and learning so much from these tournaments great effort Nikesh! Yet again I’m a very proud coach!”
Do you want your child to burn off some energy and have a fantastic time this coming Christmas school holidays? For a healthy and challenging alternative, the Totally Tennis Festive Tennis Camps are a great way for juniors to improve their skills and fitness while making new friends.
Packed with opportunities to learn and play tennis, activities also include football, rounders and hockey. The scheme has received OFSTED accreditation and the sessions are run by experienced Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) qualified and licensed coaches.
Tennis camps will be running at the indoor centre in the War Memorial Park for four days on Thursday 27th December and from 2nd – 4th January. Sessions can be booked for Morning, Afternoon and Full days and can be booked from 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Each child needs to bring a packed lunch and drinks and be dressed appropriately for the weather – bring warm clothing as it will probably be cold! Those coming for a full day will be supervised during the lunch break and rackets will be provided for those that need one. Appropriate inhaler or medication must be brought along if needed and the coach informed.
For more information and to book, please telephone the office on 01256 368816, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website http://www.totallytennis.co.uk.
Mini performance player Harry Dolman was runner-up in the Team Bath Mini Red & Orange tournament held at Bath University last weekend.
Playing in Group D of the 9 and under Mixed Singles B DRAW, Dolman won two of the three matches in the group stages beating Thomas Keeler 10-4 and Kian Alizadeh 10-3 but losing against Louis Derwent in a close match 10-9. In the main draw he defeated Isabella Lieve Morgan 10-5 and William Powell 10-7 but lost to Dominic Cooper 10-3 to finish in second place.
Well done Harry!
Mini performance player Hayden Cummings picked up the runners-up medal in the 10 and under Boys singles event at the Bradfield East Winter County Tour held at Bradfield Tennis Centre last weekend.
In the first round Cummings knocked top seed James Parnwell out of the tournament in the quarters beating him 4-2, 4-0 followed by Castor Chute in the semis 4-1 before losing to second seed Oliver Cole in the final 4-2.
The previous weekend Cummings competed in the David Lloyd Southampton West End Winter Regional Tour 10 and under Boys singles. In the quarters he defeated Felix Inglis 4-2, 4-1 but lost in the semis against overall winner Casey Drake 5-3, 4-0.
Well doen Hayden!
Mini performance player Julia Miksztal (pictured left) was runner-up in the 8 & under mixed indoor matchplay event at David Lloyd Northwood. Miksztal won all her matches in the round robin event beating Taisia Konoplev 10-6, and Nikitha Theivendra 10-3 but lost to eventual winner Taisia Konoplev 10-5. She then beat Theivendra again in the extra matches 10-8.
Coach Jamie Jordan said, “Julia had a total of thirty-five points and winner Taisia had a total of thirty-six points so it was very close.” he added. “Well done Julia, keep up the good work and let’s work towards getting first place.”
Well done Julia!
After competing in the 8 & under singles at the Berkshire Junior County Championships 2018 at the end of the summer (where he won two of his four matches), Totally Tennis mini performance player Harry Dolman played in his first orange matchplay at David Lloyd Southampton West End at the beginning of this month. In the group stages he competed in Box C and won all his five matches beating Freddie Bosworth 10-1, Tom Casella 11-9, George Conway 10-3, Elliot Latham 10-6 and Scott Yates 10-5.
Dolman then competed in the Portsmouth Tennis Club 9 & under Winter Regional Tour and although he lost all his group matches he paid really well against more experienced players. He has also been selected for county training which is great news considering he has only just started competing.
Coach Jordan Frederick said, “Harry played his first grade 3 at Portsmouth Tennis Centre, although he didn’t win a match he came very close to winning most of them and was competing with some of the best orange ball players in the southwest.” he added, “I have been working with Harry for the last year now, his improvement rate has been incredible and always has a great attitude while training and competing.”
Dolman will next compete in the East Winter County Tour – David Lloyd Royal Berkshire 9 & under Boys singles event (20th October) followed by the David Lloyd Southampton October Half Term Tournament 2018 (from 21st October).