Come & be part of the Davis Cup Legacy programme!!

In December last year, Andy Murray led Great Britain to become World Tennis Champions for the first time in 79 years and now we want to help get thousands of new kids involved in tennis!

I am delighted to have been selected to be part of this great programme “Tennis For Kids” and I will be working with the LTA to offer Kids at Motcombe Infant School and Hellingly Primary a 6 week FREE tennis course for children who are new to tennis. Every child that completes the course will be given their own FREE tennis racket!  On the last session, parents will be invited to come along, get involved and play tennis with their child.

Tennis is a fantastic lifelong family sport, whether they’re 3 or 83! So get out there and having fun!

If you would like to see this programme run at your local school, do get in touch on 07811447711 or email


Happy New Year!!! & Term Dates


I hope you all had a magical Christmas and a fabulous New Year Year. A huge THANK YOU to all of those that have attended Kiddi Tennis and Kiddi Active sessions in 2015, our numbers are growing 🙂 please keep spreading the word.
Below is our timetable from January – March
Monday – Kiddi Active @ Motcombe School YR – Y2 3-4.15pm
Tuesday – Tots Kiddi Tennis @ Eastbourne Sports Park 2-4yrs 10-10.45
Tuesday – Judy Murray’s Miss Hits @ Moira House YR-YR3 4.15-5.15
Wednesday – Tots Kiddi Tennis @ Eastbourne Sports Park 2-4yrs 10-10.45
Thursday – Kiddi Tennis @ Motcombe School YR – Y2 3-4.15pm
And finally I am really excited to be able to introduce our brand new programme Miss Hits –  designed by Judy Murray. This programme is specifically targeted at girls aged five to eight years old and aims to get more young girls playing tennis. It focuses on fun, friendship and enjoyment, whilst enabling girls to discover skills they never knew they had. If you would like to see this programme or any of our other programmes run at your child’s school, do ask them to get in touch with me.

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Get Inspired – Get into Tennis

BBC Get Inspired series – Get into Tennis

Best bits here…..

Cardio Tennis

Competition is totally redundant in cardio tennis  – it’s all about the camaraderie to be found in exercising while having a good time, and bringing a big smile to your face. The main aim of these light-hearted, sociable group fitness classes is to get your heart pumping and your wellbeing soaring. You may have a racket in your hand, but you’ll all be on the same side of the net, cheering each other on as the calories burn away.

Mini Tennis

The adult world of tennis must be daunting if you can hardly see over the net! For kids, mini tennis is the answer. Children between three and 10 years old can now get stuck in with the aid of smaller courts, smaller nets, smaller rackets and lower bouncing balls. Everybody in this age range is catered for – there are four ‘stages’ of LTA Mini Tennis:  Tots, Red, Orange and Green, each with their own court size and type of ball. This tailored approach enables players to develop vital skills and techniques at an early age.

Disability Tennis

An impressive range of adaptations are on offer for disabled people  to play tennis, which can help build social skills, self-esteem and independence, as well as boosting fitness and coordination. Wheelchair tennis integrates easily with the non-disabled game since it can be played on any regular tennis court, with no modifications to rackets or balls. The Tennis Foundation  is the place to start: they cater for and champion wheelchair tennis, and also offer subsidised camps featuring learning disability, deaf, and visually-impaired tennis.

What’s next?

1. Go to our Activity Finder to get into tennis near you.

2. Or find your local club in England,  Scotland,  Northern Ireland or Wales. 

3. Share your story  and inspire others.

Are you inspired to try tennis? Or maybe you are a keen enthusiast already? Get in touch and tell us your experience of the activity by tweeting us on @bbcgetinspired,  visiting us on Facebook  or email us on

Fast Answers

Why get into tennis? The simple pleasures of whacking a yellow ball over a net are not to be underestimated! It’s addictive.
Who is it for? ‘Anyone for tennis?’ goes the famous phrase. And yes, anyone capable of holding a racquet can play.
Is there a cheap option? Schemes such as ‘Tennis for Free’ have made it much more affordable.
What if I want a proper workout? The top players in the world really revel in the frenetic, stop-start exertion – and so can you.
Can I take it to another level? If you have real talent, you will get noticed – top-class Brits have been hard to come by (bar Andy Murray).
Is there a disability option? Wheelchair tennis is really growing. And Britain has its very own Grand Slam winner in Jordanne Whiley.
Is there a family option? Doubles matches (two versus two) are a good way for families to play together at the same time.

New Look

A new look and feel to the KiddiTennis website! We will keep you posted with lots of updates from the world of Tennis and we’ll tell you what we have been up to. There will also be plenty of chances for us to tell you about our superstars – the children and their parents!

We are getting ready for an exciting summer of crazy tennis fun and activities to wear out the little people. Watch this space and our Facebook page for news of summer camps in August. We are also launching our KiddiTennis and KiddiActive Superstars Award Scheme, so if you take part in our after school clubs or our Tuesday Tots session, you’ll want to know all about it.Certificate KiddiTennis image

“KiddiTennis is smashing fun for kids. It gets them thinking and learning new skills. Everyone knows how good it feels to be fit and healthy….”