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 11
£ 170
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Print of Roger Federer, signed by the man himself
Lot 15
£ 170
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Novak Djokovic signed photo and lens cap
Lot 26
£ 90
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Football boots signed by England player, Eric Dier
Lot 28
£ 170
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Signed poster from 2015 AEGON Championships
Lot 31
£ 180
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Rafael Nadal signed photo and lens cap
Lot 32
£ 100
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A Wilson Steam 99 racket, signed by Kei Nishikori
Lot 44
£ 600
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The Two Ronnies 'Golf' Montage signed by Corbett
Lot 45
£ 600
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'Handles for Forks' Montage signed by Corbett
Lot 56
£ 80
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David Ferrer signed Prince 100 Tour tennis racquet
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