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Anyone for tennis? Try these challenges at home with the LTA

With The Battle of the Brits  tournament taking place in London this week (you can watch on Amazon Prime and listen on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra), you might be tempted to get involved with some form of tennis.

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have launched a bunch of different activities for all the family which can be accessed via the LTA Youth Home Activities Hub.

The hub covers four different types of activities:

  • Tennis at Home Exercises - short videos containing tennis exercises (4-7 years and 8-11 years).
  • Activity Cards - fun, simple activities including colouring, word searches and quizzes (4-7 years and 8-11 years).
  • Personal Development Challenges - to explore and develop qualities such as resilience, perseverance, passion and respect (7-11 years).
  • Learning Activities - tennis themed school lesson activities including numeracy, literacy, geography and science (7-11 years).

And if you haven't yet, and want to book a 'real' game of tennis- you can find and book a tennis court in your local area via the LTA website.


LTA Youth isn’t just about tennis; it’s about kids developing mentally and physically on and importantly, off the court. You can improve your tennis skills any time, any place, with our LTA Youth Home Activities hub, it's full of activities for the whole family. Even “that” uncle who gets way too competitive.


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