Tennis First Summer Auction, 2017

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Welcome to the 2017 Tennis First Summer Auction and we hope you enjoy browsing through the various lots and making your bids.  

The auction will remain 'live' until 5pm on Friday 30th June, after which we will contact the lucky winners.  

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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£ 550
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Win the Premier League Trophy for the Day
Lot 9
£ 750
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Two nights at Hoar Cross Hall Spa Hotel
Lot 18
£ 800
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A Box at Ascot, Friday 6th October 2017
Lot 31
£ 100
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Two tickets to ‘Alice’s Adventures Underground'
Lot 15
£ 200
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Rafael Nadal photo and signed lens cap
Lot 26
£ 325
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A visit for two to the US Open tennis (Sept 2017)
Lot 11
£ 170
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A night in a beautiful 'Tin Hut'
Lot 27
£ 250
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Day at Goodwood Revival with Renaissance Classics
Lot 25
£ 40
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Alpine Cuisine Cook Book by Andreas Doellerer
Lot 20
£ 275
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Golf & Spa Package for four people at Foxhills
Lot 6
£ 800
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Two tickets to the Ladies Singles Final, Wimbledon
Lot 16
£ 120
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Golf Challenge with Peter Fleming & Arvind Parmar
Lot 8
£ 1,050
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7 night stay at Pine Cliffs Residence for 4 people
Lot 1
£ 750
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2 tickets and hospitality to Nitto ATP Finals, O2
Lot 12
£ 160
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Two NFL tickets, Wembley, 24th Sept 2017
Lot 3
£ 600
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2 tickets & tour to the Nitto ATP Tour Finals, O2
Lot 33
£ 325
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A party on a London Routemaster Bus
Lot 28
£ 100
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Signed John Peers racquet
Lot 10
£ 60
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Decorative porcelain Versace Plate
Lot 14
£ 160
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A hit with Dan Bloxham
Lot 2
£ 350
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Four tickets to Pinocchio at the National Theatre
Lot 32
£ 100
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A family ticket to ‘Adventures in Wonderland’
Lot 34
£ 550
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A box at the O2 to see Deep Purple , 23.11.17
Lot 24
£ 120
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World Tennis Day T-shirt signed by four players
Lot 23
£ 800
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Mini Golf Day for 12 at Stoke Park
Lot 4
£ 300
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'Time Retreat' spa day for two at Stoke Park
Lot 30
£ 175
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Hit with Tennis First Grantee Emily Appleton
Lot 19
£ 220
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Authentic punch bag and gloves
Lot 13
£ 175
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Four tickets to the Ballroom Dance Championships
Lot 7
£ 550
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Two nights stay at the Marbella Club Hotel
Lot 29
£ 110
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Champagne tea for two at the Ivy Brasserie, Cobham
Lot 5
£ 110
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Signed Federer print
Lot 22
£ 200
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Fila Clothing Package
Lot 21
£ 110
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Hour’s Private Hire of Ski-Plex at Dukes Meadows
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