Tennis First Summer Auction

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

The auction is running alongside the three AEGON tennis events taking place at Birmingham, Queens and Eastbourne. 

The auction will remain 'live' until 5pm on Sunday 26th 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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Lot 1
£ 3,800
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Two tickets to the Mens Singles Final at Wimbledon
Lot 2
£ 600
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VIP trip to the Optima Open, Belgium, August 2016
Lot 3
£ 600
1
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VIP trip to the Champions Tour tennis in Mallorca
Lot 16
£ 550
2
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2 tickets to the final of Barclays ATP Tour Finals
Lot 17
£ 1,300
7
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A visit for two to the US Open tennis
Lot 19
£ 400
1
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2 tickets to the final of Barclays ATP Tour Finals
Lot 25
£ 170
2
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Grass court tennis for four at the Hurlingham Club
Lot 30
£ 75
1
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A subscription to Tennis TV
Lot 54
£ 2,450
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Table for 10 for dinner with Henman at Wimbledon
Lot 55
£ 1,600
3
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4 places on 'top table' at dinner with Henman
Lot 65
£ 275
4
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Hit with previous grantee Naomi Broady
Lot 68
£ 170
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Play at and tour of the National Tennis Centre
Lot 72
£ 225
2
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Tennis lesson with Nigel Sears
Lot 73
£ 145
5
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Hit with a star of British tennis! David Felgate
Lot 74
£ 130
2
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Hit with a star of British tennis! Colin Beecher
Lot 75
£ 125
1
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Hit with a star of British tennis! Naomi Cavaday
Lot 76
£ 125
1
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Hit with a star of British tennis! Dan Bloxham
Lot 77
£ 125
1
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Hit with a star of British tennis! Katy Dunne
Lot 78
£ 185
10
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Hit with a star of British tennis! Katie Boulter
Lot 79
£ 120
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Hit with a star of British tennis! Chris Wilkinson
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