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Tarvin Tennis Club would like to offer its congratulations to Andy Murray on a fabulous achievement

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Some of us wondered if we would live long enough to see a British Men's Wimbledon winner!

After Andy's triumph and the current beautiful weather there has never been a better time to get playing tennis. The Club welcomes new members, young and old, and we would love to see more Tarvin residents, and those from the surrounding villages, playing on our 4 astro turf courts and enjoying a friendly but competitive environment.

Youngsters are especially welcome and given the application that Andy showed there is no limit as to how far you can progress.

For more information visit the Tarvin Tennis Club website www.tarvintennisclub.co.uk

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