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Want to join a women’s tennis league? You’ll want to after reading this…

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This month Ivincia and Will To Win tennis club at Hyde Park collaborated on the social event for the women’s west London tennis league.

As you can see from the photos, the Will To Win Tennis Club in Hyde park is absolutely stunning!  On one side you have the view of the Shard, and on the other side you have the view of the Albert Memorial (And, this tennis club is only 5 minutes walking from my very favourite place in the world, the V&A museum.)…

We had an amazing time at the tennis social event on the 7th of June where we got to know the lovely women from the tennis league in person.  This was an extra special event as it was to celebrate the very first women’s tennis league at Hyde Park, and therefore we had some extra special gifts from Ivincia for the winning team.

The women’s West London Tennis League included teams from Queen's Club, Hyde Park, Regent's Park and Kew Pensford Tennis Club.  We’re looking forward to seeing all these women again on the tennis courts soon in London ;)

Some great responses we had from the women’s tennis league included:

“I really enjoyed meeting women from other tennis clubs and playing tennis with them”

“I had a great time, tennis is a really social sport”

Whether you’re in London or not we hope that this story has inspired you to play more tennis and to join a women’s tennis league ;)

 

Team Ivincia

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