Try Something New in 2019
I play a lot of blind tennis but my new year’s resolution for 2019 is to be brave and try out new things. I looked in Metroblindsport newsletter to see what activities were on offer and spotted archery. I knew a few friends who have been doing it for years and had always been intrigued as to how it works for blind or partially sighted archers.Continue Reading
Tennis Volunteers needed!
Linda Almond our amazing award winning Volunteering co-ordinator needs 15 more volunteers to help at the Metro Tennis Tournament on the 17 Feb 2019, and here is your chance to join Linda’s great team of volunteers!Continue Reading
Metro Tennis Christmas Event
Last night, Martin, Charlie, Carol and I all went along to the Metro Tennis Christmas Event. It was great to have a chance to chat with the coaches, Costa, Mark and share ideas and the art of the possible. We caught up with our Tennis players and had a chance to say thanks in person to Linda and her team of our amazing volunteers.Continue Reading
VI Tennis Champions Crowned!
Vision impaired tennis, already one of the fastest growing disability sports, continues to go from strength to strength after the 2018 National Championships in Loughborough at the weekend.
The event attracted a record number of entries, with the field including all of Great Britain’s medallists from this year’s International Blind Tennis Tournament in Dublin where the team took six global titles.
VI Tennis Boom & National Results!
A record number of players will be competing in the 2018 Visually Impaired National Tennis Championships at Loughborough University this weekend as what is already one of the fastest growing disability sports goes from strength to strength.Continue Reading