Attracting young children to tennis is of high priority for, coaching firm, SMASH Tennis UK. The team of Craig Leese and Jack Redfern are mid-way through a free six-week coaching programme launched by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) aptly named, Tennis for Kids.

Based at Draycott Racquet and Fitness Club, the course is designed to appeal to beginners to the sport. Teaching children basic co-ordination skills relevant to tennis, with the hope that the next Andy Murray, will be produced.

SMASH Tennis UK, are aiming for a retention rate of 100% from the three courses being delivered by the team of coaches. This would result in 30 children continuing with the coaching programme and successfully implementing the LTA’s scheme. The organisation have set their sights on reinvigorating tennis in the Blythe Bridge area, with the long-term goal of improving the standard of tennis in Staffordshire.

Jack Redfern, founder of SMASH Tennis UK: “The Tennis for Kids initiative will do wonders for children in the Stoke-on-Trent area. By running these free sessions we are giving beginners the opportunity to get involved within the sport. Therefore aiding the growth of the game throughout Great Britain. Here at SMASH Tennis UK, we want to find the next big name in British Tennis, and the Tennis for Kids course, has given us a chance to potentially unearth a diamond in the rough.”

With the offer of a free tennis racket to all participants, the Tennis for Kids initiative offered by SMASH Tennis UK demonstrates the passion that the coaches have for the growth of tennis. With fully qualified coaches delivering sessions everybody can enjoy the sport with the SMASH Tennis UK team.

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About SMASH Tennis UK:

SMASH Tennis UK offer high level coaching to all ages within Staffordshire. Their highly qualified coaches offer years of experience as well as a real passion for the sport. Offering sessions at Draycott Racquet and Fitness club, the team feel a responsibility to grow the game in the local area, working tirelessly to do just that.

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Last Modified: June 13, 2017