TFF were featured on BBC Breakfast this morning (2nd August 2022) as part of a challenge for a family of 5 to be active for a full day for under...
this year so far.
"Getting a tennis racquet in a kid's hand and seeing them enjoy the sport is the best pathway to a healthy and active future. It's also a needed element for the future of British Tennis"
PAT CASHTFF Patron & Former Wimbledon Champion
"What I really love about the TFF sessions is that they are open to everyone. Whether you're 3 or 83, you can come for as long or short a time as you like and it's available to the whole family. There is something available for everyone regardless of age, size, shape or level. It's that welcoming.
JUDY MURRAYMother of Andy and Jamie Murray
From a council perspective, we've been able to address our social inclusion agenda by breaking down the financial barriers and maximising the usage of our tennis courts. We've also seen less vandalism and anti-social behavious at the parks - probably as a result of them being busier