Autumn of tennis on Barry Island: Special Open Day Saturday September 11th

  Posted: 06.09.21 at 10:52 by Andy Green

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An autumn of tennis for all ages and abilities is on offer at Barry Athletic Tennis Club with the club hosting a special family open day on Saturday September 11th offering free tennis coaching suitable for those wanting to either give tennis a go or start playing again, through to regular players.

The club wants to make it as easy as possible to enjoy a socially distant-friendly sport, including half-price Club membership for the rest of the year.

Coaching sessions are also all available on Sundays for adults and all ages of children from 4 years upwards, including bilingual classes.
The special Open Day on September 11th features:
1pm Free coaching for adults with club coach Rob Wedlake, perfect for anyone looking to build confidence or gain some tips on their game.
2pm adults ‘American doubles’ tournament (with rotating partners so no need to find a tennis partner)

A court will also be kept free for any children to play on.

Adopting guidelines by Tennis Wales, the ruling body for tennis in Wales, the Club works to ensure safety is paramount.

Becoming a member at Barry Athletic Club and you can enjoy
• Unlimited court use
• Clubhouse access & car parking permit for adults
• Social club nights until the (Mondays & Thursdays)
• Wimbledon ballot eligibility
• Reduced price group tennis coaching

Free coaching session at Open Day

Commenting on the autumn of tennis, Anne Howells of Barry Athletic Tennis Club said: “This autumn, whatever your age or ability get onto one of our tennis courts and make the most of the great opportunities we offer at Barry Athletic Tennis Club.”

Find out more and book online at Further information email [email protected] or on Facebook at Barry Athletic LTC

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