Find a Player
LTA Mini Tennis
Already a coach? Login Here
Find a coach
Find a course
Find a court
Log in to the members area
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, today visited the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, south west London, to watch some of Britain’s most talented juniors training, and to give his support to allplay, a national campaign to help more people play tennis.
The Prime Minister, who is himself a keen tennis player, practised with US Open Junior Champion, Oli Golding, and another of the world’s top ten juniors, Orange Bowl winner George Morgan, as well as former British number one, Greg Rusedski, who last week guided Great Britain’s Junior Davis Cup team to a first ever world title, in Mexico.
After the visit, the Prime Minister said: “This is a really exciting time for sport with the Olympics and Paralympics coming up, and it’s great to see some of our younger tennis players breaking through on to the world stage. Tennis is a fun sport which the whole family can play together, and I hope that through allplay we can encourage even more people to play the sport.”
allplay was launched this summer as a national campaign to help people find their nearest courts, playing partners or local coaches, by visiting www.allplaytennis.com
LTA Chief Executive, Roger Draper, said of the Prime Minister’s visit: “We are very fortunate to have a Prime Minister who shares our passion for tennis, and his support for allplay is really helping us to promote tennis as a sport for everyone, all year round.”
To find a playing partner, a local court or coach, register at www.allplaytennis.com
Helping more people to play tennis