HELPING MORE PEOPLE...
PLAY MORE TENNIS
According to the Sport England Active People Survey in June 2012, the number of people participating in tennis at least once a week dropped by 20%, or 100,000 players, from Oct 2009 to April 2012.
Bright Ideas for Tennis aims to increase community participation in tennis by providing grants to eligible tennis clubs as well as providing clubs with a unique opportunity to raise funds.
Bright Ideas will arrange for current and former GB Davis Cup/Fed Cup stars, provided by The Tennis Circus, to visit your club.
Each day consists of a combination of tennis masterclasses and exhibition matches as well as fun events such as a fastest serve competition and a raffle/auction for tennis memorabilia.
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I am very keen to give something back to the sport that has treated me so well throughout my life. In Bright Ideas for Tennis, I have found the ideal solution. I look forward to working with them in order to achieve our shared objectives. Dominic Inglot,
Davis Cup Champion 2015, Top 20 ATP ranked Doubles player, US Open SF, Rio Olympian 2016
Funds raised from the day will remain within the club to benefit the members, for example by providing additional coaching sessions, junior initiatives or supervised team practice.
A sum of £3k raised equates to 120 hours of free coaching. This could provide 24 x 5 week coaching courses (1hr per week) with 12 players per course. Therefore a total of 288 players could receive free coaching from the funds raised. Multiply this by 15-20 clubs and you are looking at a substantial number of players benefiting from our coaching legacy.
Bright Ideas for Tennis have already started to leave a coaching legacy in clubs across Surrey. View the clubs we've visited to see exactly how they have benefited and get inspiration as to how your club could benefit.
We are dedicated to improving tennis facilities in the UK
Bright Ideas for Tennis aims to promote community participation in tennis by offering a grant to eligible clubs in order to fund larger capital projects such as new floodlights or indoor courts.
Charity fundraising to provide grant funding will be through a number of charity events each year, from intimate audiences with top celebrities, to money can't buy tennis experiences. All the funds raised will be dedicated to improving tennis facilities within the UK.
Former British number 1
Olympic Silver medallist
Davis Cup Champion 2015
US Open Semi-Finalist
Rio Olympian 2016
Wimbledon Men's Doubles Champion 2012
LTA Fair Play Ambassador