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Thameside Tennis - a CSSC club
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Today the CSLTC blog starts a new series of posts to try to help you to improve your game. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Let’s start with practice: From Feel Tennis Instruction
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Today the CSLTC blog starts a new series of posts to try to help you to improve your game. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Let’s start with practice: From Feel Tennis Instruction
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Today the CSLTC blog starts a new series of posts to try to help you to improve your game. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Let’s start with practice: From Feel Tennis Instruction
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Today the CSLTC blog starts a new series of posts to try to help you to improve your game. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Let’s start with practice: From Feel Tennis Instruction
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As a member of Thameside Tennis you must join the Civil Service Sports Council (CSSC). This is not a chore but a great opportunity to access all sorts of bargains as well as opportunities to try various sports and pursuits. You can also gain free entry to…
Summer and bank holiday savings with CSSC
Summer and bank holiday savings with CSSC
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Today the CSLTC blog starts a new series of posts to try to help you to improve your game. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Let’s start with practice: From Feel Tennis Instruction
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Today the CSLTC blog starts a new series of posts to try to help you to improve your game. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Let’s start with practice: From Feel Tennis Instruction
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Thameside Tennis blog’s new series continues to try to help you to improve your weekend’s tennis. We will provide links to good videos and tips on strokes, footwork, warm-ups and practice. Wimbledon may be long gone but we are still playing on grass, how…
Grass v Clay v Hard, how do they differ?
Grass v Clay v Hard, how do they differ?
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This Sunday 29th. July the above cycling event will affect access to Thameside Tennis. Please see map of affected roads and times of road closures below. Members who usually travel by car may find it easier to park in Barnes and walk over the bridge or…
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ORDER OF PLAY Time Match Competitors 11.00 MEN’S SINGLES Daniel McHenry  v  Bernardo Monclus 11.00 MEN’S DOUBLES Daniel Dyball & Matt Ward v Dirk Todd & Daniel McHenry Not before 13.00 VETERAN MEN’S SINGLES Matthew James  vs  Dirk Todd Not before 13.00…
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