World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Event 2018 | Macmillan Cancer Support

Totally Tennis held it’s annual World’s Biggest Coffee morning event in support of Macmillan Cancer Support alongside the clubs’ regular Mixed Morning session on Friday 26th September. Players enjoyed the drills and matchplay session followed by coffee and cakes, with the club raising just over £133 to contribute to the charity’s goal to meet its 2018 target. Coffee and cakes were served throughout the day for parents of squad players too.

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Head coach James McIntosh, who ran the session with Jordan Frederick said, “It was a great morning at Totally Tennis with everyone enjoying some cake after the session. Thank you to all of those who donated for such a great cause.”

The club has been a regular supporter of this annual event, raising money to donate to the charity which improves the lives of people and their families affected by cancer. Macmillan’s ongoing goal is to make sure no one faces cancer alone, providing medical, emotional, practical and financial support, as well as campaigning for better cancer care and giving the all important information to help those suffering and their carers.

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Totally Tennis’ Mixed Morning sessions, part of the club’s Adult Programme, provides a healthy mixture of coaching and social match play every Monday and Friday from 10.00am – 11.30am. For more information, please telephone 01256 358816 or visit our website www.totallytennis.co.uk

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Player Profile: Peter Ash

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PETER ASH

Squad: Mixed Morning & 50+

How old were you when you first started tennis?

Over fifty

How were you introduced to the sport?

Mark Warner Social Evening

Why did you choose Totally Tennis?

It was recommended by a tennis coach

Who is your favourite professional tennis player?

Tim Henman

What do you like most about the sport?

The social and physical element

What do you consider to be your best shot?

Backhand overhead smash

How often do you play?

Three times a week

Do you play any other sport?

Skiing, Water-Skiing, Dinghy Sailing, Surfing , Windsurfing and Climbing Trees 

What’s your greatest achievement in tennis so far?

Not upsetting everyone else

 

50+ Christmas Festivities 2017

The 50+ players, who play together every Wednesday morning at Totally Tennis, enjoyed their annual Christmas Party with festive food after their session.

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The coaches joined with the players to enjoy the party and celebrate another great year of tennis as well as the forthcoming Christmas season. Cheers to all the players and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2018.

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Merry Christmas Everyone!

Player Profile: Trevor Cain

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TREVOR CAIN

Squad:  50+

How old were you when you first started tennis?

Sixty

How were you introduced to the sport?

By my wife

What made you come to Totally Tennis?  

My wife

Who is your favourite professional tennis player?

Martina Hingis and Rodger Federer

What do you like most about the sport?

Good exercise and social experience

What do you consider to be your best shot?  

Volley

How often do you play?

Once per week

Do you play any other sport?

Skiing and cycling

What’s your greatest achievement in tennis so far?

Improvement in my ability due to the coaching at 50+ sessions

 

Player Profile: Napalai Cain

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NAPALAI CAIN

Squad: 50+ and Mixed Morning

How old were you when you first started tennis?

Fifteen

How were you introduced to the sport?

As a child in Thailand I walked past the tennis court in my hometown every day and watched the people play. I then decided to start playing tennis myself and have enjoyed it throughout my life, initially in Thailand and now in the UK.

What made you come to Totally Tennis?

Totally Tennis has indoor courts, which are good for the weather in England. There are many people who are available to play during the daytime, which suits my lifestyle.

Who is your favourite professional tennis player?

Roger Federer

What do you like most about the sport?

Being able to hit accurately to the target and successfully finish the point.

What do you consider to be your best shot?

Forehand

How often do you play?

Twice a week regularly but 3 times a week if possible.

Do you play any other sport?

No

What’s your greatest achievement in tennis so far?

Good forehand, two handed backhand and to be able to have a good time.

Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Totally Tennis held it’s World’s Biggest Coffee morning event in support of Macmillan Cancer Support alongside the clubs’ regular Friday Mixed Morning session last week. Twelve players enjoyed the drills and matchplay session followed by coffee and cakes, with the club raising just over £180 (to date) to contribute to the charity’s goal to meet its 2016 target of £8 million. Tea and cakes were served throughout the day for parents of squad players too. The club has been a regular supporter of this annual event, raising money to donate to the charity which improves the lives of people and their families affected by cancer.

In 2015 the charity celebrated the 25th anniversary of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning raising a whopping £27.6 million in the process. The annual event, which the club has always supported has become part of the club’s charity event calendar, encouraging its players to get fit and healthy whilst raising money for a good cause and do a little baking too.There are now 2.5 million people in the UK living with cancer and it’s estimated that by 2030 that figure will be closer to 4 million people. Macmillan want to be there for them all, their goal is to make sure no one faces cancer alone, providing medical, emotional, practical and financial support, as well as campaigning for better cancer care.

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From diagnosis, through treatment and beyond Macmillan provide constant support to fight life’s biggest challenge.The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan Cancer Support’s biggest charity fundraising event and the money raised at events like these provide funds for vital services and enables the charity to work alongside people affected by cancer and improve cancer care, making a real difference in people’s lives. One in three of us will get cancer. If you are affected by cancer, Macmillan can help.

Totally Tennis’Mixed Morning sessions provides a healthy mixture of coaching and social match play  every Monday and Friday from 10.00am – 11.30am. For more information, please telephone 01256 358816 or visit our website www.totallytennis.co.uk

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