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  • If your kids dream of being the next Andy Murray or Emma Raducanu, you can 'net' free tennis sessions or coaching as part of Big Tennis Weekends, organised by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). They're on at more than 100 venues across England, Scotland and Wales (sadly it's not available in Northern Ireland).

    There are 100+ events planned between now and September (find your nearest), so the ball's in your court to decide when and where to play. Events and activities vary between venues, but will include cardio tennis, coaching and free play. It's aimed at young families, but everyone is welcome – all ages and abilities (though under-18s must be accompanied by an adult). Rackets and balls will be provided.

    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 and are advised to just turn up – though if that's the case, it's always worth calling ahead to prevent a wasted trip.

    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. You'll have to agree to it and/or LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details - though you can opt out of marketing & having your information shared with other companies (see more info below). 

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    • Excludes Northern Ireland. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but the adult doesn'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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  • Check out Tennis For Free's website to see if there are free coaching sessions available in your area – you'll then just need to book your place online.

    Tennis For Free says the sessions aren't professional coaching, but instead they're more focused on having fun. A session lasts for 1.5 hours – you'll spend the first hour with a coach/assistant and the final half hour in 'open play'. All equipment is free and included as part of the session.

    There are around 50 venues throughout the UK that offer these free sessions. They mostly run during weekends and are currently only available for those aged 12 and over.

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  • Check Tennis For Free's website to see if there are free tennis courts available for use in your local area.

    Tennis for Free works with local councils to provide free 'walk on and play' court access on as many parks as possible, so there's a good chance you'll be able to use a court year-round.

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