A free festival of tennis takes place on Clapham Common in south west London on 4-8 July.
The allplay Tennis Park is part of a campaign to help people play tennis and will run for five days.
It will be a free-to-enter event allowing people to play tennis in all its forms, as well as watch all the action from The Championships, Wimbledon.
Located on the tennis courts of Clapham Common, the allplay Tennis Park will include a number of different areas featuring LTA Mini Tennis, Cardio Tennis, tennis for disabled people, Tennis Freestyle, coaching as well as a main stage, British Street Food and drink area, and a giant screen.
The park is being opened to give tennis lovers of all ages and abilities the chance to pick up a racket for free and play the sport, as well as keep up to date with all the action from the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
The allplay campaign was set up last year as a way of making it easier for people to play tennis via an online community at www.allplaytennis.com and now has over 10,000 members, who can find someone to play with and somewhere to play.
LTA chief executive Roger Draper said: “The allplay campaign was set up to allow more people to play the sport of tennis and the allplay Tennis Park is a great way to get people involved.
“It’s going to be a fun five-day event were people can go down to Clapham Common and enjoy tennis – whether it’s playing or watching the sport.
“There will be plenty going on there so I would encourage people to go along, have a look for themselves and find out how much fun tennis can be for all the family.”
The Park will be open from 10am in the morning until 9pm at night and is completely free to enter.
Tennis Freestylers have already been making their mark on the capital and you can find out more about them and the park by visiting www.allplaytennis.com