Halton the 'place to play' - Easter holiday camps and much more!

RCJs (Regular competing Juniors) table produced for March 2 2015 by LTA East Region shows Halton as the place to play for Regular competing juniors as we once again top the list  in Buckinghamshire. Everyday there are opportunities for youngsters of all ages and abilities to come and play.  Just contact Head Coach James Morgan on 07981152818.   Indoor mini tennis and sporty tots activities, junior development and performance programmes.  Our famous Easter Camps are now taking bookings - come and see us and join in the fun - a 6 hour day, including lunch, all the £6.60/hr per day for our full camps, and mini camps running alongside.  See this link! http://www.haltontennis.co.uk/tennis/coaching/holiday-camps.php

Fognini v Ferrer Rio Final

Great to watch. Need more characters like the Fog! Ferrer just so committed to Everyball is marching now through this, although faces break points at 6-2 5-1 up! Just a delay I think till he wraps it up, or is that a case of famous last words as the Italian has it in him for sure to make the comeback, though suspect he’s a little short on reserves after Nadal victory.

BBC Sport - Andy Murray's motivational notes reveals 'try your best' tactic

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/tennis/31514857

Interesting notes. Simplicity and just shows that there are no great secrets out there. Choice of language interesting as well - repeated use of the word 'try'. Use of this word can elicit doubt. Better (in my opinion) to eliminate 'try' from your vocabulary.

How about:

'give your best' 'Dictate the points' 'Keep him at the baseline make him move'

Far more intentional even if it doesn't happen all the time!

Everyball and Halton Tennis grow the game!

50 children on Everyball ‘tasters’ through this half term with great conversion onto courses. 37 ‘everyball’ mini red players competing this coming weekend in various internal and county league events. Everyball for everyone - growing the game! We make it incredibly easy and fun to learn to play the game, to get involved in our super sport.