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Lawn Tennis Association logoFree weekend tennis sessions & coaching500+ events on Sat 22 & Sun 23 Jul (Eng, Sco & Wal)

22-23 Jul

If you or your kids dream of being the next Andy Murray or Johanna Konta, you can net free tennis sessions and coaching as part of the Great British Tennis Weekends, organised by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), at 440+ venues across England, Scotland and Wales.

There are currently 552 events planned across Sat 22 & 23 Jul. So if you're not busy that weekend, the ball's in your court to decide when and where you play. Plus, the LTA says more events could still be added - we'll update you here when we hear more.

Events and activities will vary between venues, but include cardio tennis, coaching and free play. It's open to all abilities and ages - grown-ups and kids, but certain sessions might cater for a particular age group (under-18s must be accompanied by an adult). 

Rackets and balls will be provided and all the venues and information can be found online.

How to book

The LTA suggests you visit its website to book online in advance, but in some cases it's fine to turn up on the day as long as there's room. At some smaller venues, you won't be able to book in advance - just turn up. But it's always worth calling ahead to prevent a wasted trip.

More info

Excludes Northern Ireland. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but they don't need to participate. Although it's completely free to take part, there may be a charge for off-court additional activities and extras, such as food.

If you book online, you'll be asked to create a ClubSpark account (if you don't have one already). It's a free booking system run by a third party called SportLabs (a software and digital services company). You'll have to agree to it and/or LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details. 

You can opt out of being sent marketing material and it sharing your details with other third parties though. It's all explained when you register.

You can cancel your account after the event by emailing enquiries@sportlabs.com

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Lawn Tennis Association logoFree tennis sessions & coachingBook now for 500+ events in July (Eng, Sco & Wal)

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If you or your kids dream of being the next Andy Murray, you can net free tennis sessions and coaching as part of the Great British Tennis Weekends organised by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). It has hundreds of venues in England, Scotland and Wales.

While scores of MoneySavers took advantage of the sessions in 2015 and last month, there are 500+ more events on Sat 16 & Sun 17 Jul - so the ball's still in your court if you want to play.

Activities vary between venues, but include cardio tennis, coaching and free play. It's open to all abilities and for adults, families and kids, but certain sessions might cater for a particular age group (under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but they don't need to play). 

Rackets and balls will be provided and all the venues and information can be found online.

How to book

The LTA suggests you visit its website to book online in advance, but in some case it's fine to turn up on the day as long as there's room. At some smaller venues, you won't be able to book in advance - just turn up. But it's always worth calling ahead to prevent a wasted trip.

More info

Excludes Northern Ireland. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but they don't need to participate. Although it's completely free to take part, there may be a charge for off-court additional activities and extras, such as food.

If you book online, you'll be asked to create a ClubSpark account (if you don't have one already). It's a free booking system run by a third party called SportLabs (a software and digital services company). You'll have to agree to it and/or LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details. 

You can opt out of being sent marketing material and it sharing your details with other third parties though. It's all explained when you register.

You can cancel your account after the event by emailing enquiries@sportlabs.com

Lawn Tennis Association logoFree tennis sessions & coachingBook now for 400+ events this weekend in Eng, Sco & Wal

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If your family's been inspired by Wimbledon, you can net free tennis sessions and coaching as part of the Great British Tennis Weekend, organised by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). It has hundreds of venues in England, Scotland and Wales, and coaching lessons normally cost up to £15 per person.

Thousands of MoneySavers have already taken advantage of the free sessions that were held during May and June, but the best part is you can attend as many as you like. This weekend is the last chance for this summer and there are about 450 events on Sat 1 Aug & Sun 2 Aug, so the ball's in your court to decide where and when you'll play.

Activities will vary between venues, but can include cardio tennis, mini tennis, coaching and free play. It's open to all abilities and for adults, families and kids, but certain sessions might cater for a particular age group (under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but they don't need to participate). 

Rackets and balls will be provided and all the information and venues can be found online.

How to book

The LTA suggests you book online in advance, but in some case it's fine to turn up on the day as long as there's room. You won't be able to book in advance at some smaller venues - in these cases just go along. 

You can book for multiple people and sessions, but you'll need to book different venues separately on the system. Booking will be available until the day of the event, or until the session is booked up.

Warning: If you book online, you'll be asked to create a ClubSpark account (if you don't have one already). It's a free booking system run by a third party called SportLabs (a software and digital services company). You'll have to agree to it and/or LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details. You can opt out of being sent marketing material and it sharing your details with other third parties though. It's all explained when you register.

You can cancel your account after the event by emailing enquiries@sportlabs.com

More info

Excludes Northern Ireland. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but they don't need to participate. Although it's completely free to take part, there may be a charge for off-court additional activities and extras, such as food.

Lawn Tennis Association logoFree parent and child mini tennis sessionsBooking open now for 3 to 10-yr-olds. Across Eng, Sco, Wal

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Get free mini tennis parent and child coaching sessions as part of the Lawn Tennis Association's (LTA) Mini Tennis Month on selected days in April.

There are 500+ sessions in total across 200 venues in England, Scotland and Wales so the ball's in your court to decide which ones to go to. You can go to as many sessions as you like and it's open to children aged 3-10 years old.

How to book
Book online in advance and you'll receive a confirmation email. Booking will be available till the day of the event, or until the session is booked up – but it’s first come first served, so go quick.

It will ask you to create a ClubSpark account (if you don't have one already) which is a free booking system run by a third party called SportLabs - a software and digital services company. 

You'll have to agree to it and/or the LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details. You can opt out of being sent marketing material and it sharing your details with other third parties though. It's all explained when you register and you can cancel your account after the coaching sessions by emailing enquiries@sportlabs.com.

What will the sessions involve?

With smaller courts, nets, rackets and lower bouncing balls, the sessions are designed as an introduction to the sport. Parents are encouraged to join in, but you don’t have to if you’d rather just watch.

Group sizes will vary (roughly 8-20 people) and the sessions may be split into abilities and age groups. All equipment is included so you don't need to bring a racket or balls unless you have them. All the information and venues can be found on its website. The sessions will be led by qualified coaches. 

Lawn Tennis Association logoFree tennis sessions & coaching*Booking open now. Three weekends to choose in Eng, Sco, Wal

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Get free tennis sessions and coaching as part of the Lawn Tennis Association's (LTA) Great British Tennis Weekend. It has hundreds of venues across England, Scotland and Wales. A coaching lesson can cost up to £15 per person, so it's great for a MoneySaving day out.

The best bit is you can go to as many sessions as you like. There are events taking place across three separate weekends - Sat 16 May & Sun 17 May, Sat 13 Jun & Sun 14 Jun and Sat 1 Aug & Sun 2 Aug - so the ball's in your court to decide where and when you're going to play.

Activities will vary between venues, but can include cardio tennis, mini tennis, coaching and free play. It's open to all abilities and ages, but certain sessions might cater for a particular age group. 

Rackets and balls will be provided and all the information and venues can be found online.

How to book
The LTA suggests you book online in advance where possible, but it's fine to turn up on the day as long as there's room. You won't be able to book in advance at some smaller venues - in these cases just go along. 

You can book for multiple people and sessions, but you'll need to book different venues separately on the system. Booking will be available till the day of the event, or until the session is booked up.

Warning: If you choose to book online, it will ask you to create a Clubhouse account (if you don't have one already). It's a free booking system run by a third party called SportLabs (a software and digital services company). 

You'll have to agree to it and/or LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details. You can opt out of being sent marketing material and it sharing your details with other third parties though. It's all explained when you register.

You can cancel your account after the event by emailing enquiries@sportlabs.com

More info

Excludes Northern Ireland. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult at all times, but they don't need to participate. Although it's completely free to take part, they may charge for off-court additional activities, such as food.

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