Tennis First Winter Auction

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Welcome to the Tennis First Winter Auction and we hope you enjoy browsing the various lots and maybe even picking up the odd Christmas present in the process. 

The auction will remain 'live' until midday on Thursday 1st December, after which we will contact the lucky winners. 

Thank you for your support and Good Luck!

If you have any questions about the auction process or the items themselves, please contact Pippa Harrison on 07884 472024. 


ABOUT TENNIS FIRST

Tennis First is a registered charity (no. 1075649)  that helps young players throughout the UK who, in our opinion, have all the attributes required, and are dedicated to fulfilling their potential of reaching a senior world ranking of 250 or better. 

We organise several events and auctions throughout the year to fundraise for our young players and, with your help, we hope to be able to fund the next generation of British tennis stars.  

For more information about Tennis First and the work that the charity is doing to promote talented young players, please visit our main site.   www.tennisfirst.org.uk. 


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Luxury shoot for team of 4 on private Bucks estate
£ 450
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Screenprint of David Bowie, signed by Pure Evil
£ 395
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Andy Murray Wimbledon trophy presentation
£ 600
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Harrods Fine Wine Tasting, plus lunch at Mosimanns
£ 275
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Yoga in the Sky with gift pack for 2 People
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Luxury two night stay at Hoar Cross Hall Spa Hotel
£ 190
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Roger Federer photo and signed lens cap
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Contino Gran Reserva 2007 (Magnum)
£ 750
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Two nights in the Hotel Regency, Florence
£ 350
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Two nights at the Art Deco Imperial Hotel, Prague
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Two premier enclosure tickets to Newbury Races
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Photograph of Muhammad Ali, signed by Henry Cooper
£ 190
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Play tennis with a Tennis First Grantee at the NTC
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Stoke Park Champagne Afternoon Tea for 4 People
£ 450
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Make up workshop for two, plus lunch at the Savoy
£ 200
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Print of Roger Federer, signed by the man himself
£ 400
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A 'London Lights' tour on a Routemaster Bus
£ 250
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Taylor's 1965 Single Harvest Port
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'A view to a Kill' poster signed by Roger Moore
£ 350
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Signed Ian Botham image
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Beautiful print of Concorde, signed by 3 captains
£ 675
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Signed image of Federer and Nadal
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Henley Regatta Cruise with Bollinger for 2 people
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