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The Tennis Tournament

Hundreds of players, hundreds of games, over 30 courts: it's going to be huge!

Amateur or pro, young or old, keen or relaxed - the ProjectT Tennis Tournament is for you! Dust off your racket and have fun raising some money for a brilliant cause, or get practicing and show your mettle against some of the best players in the area!

Four Tournaments

There will be four tournaments of mixed doubles to cater for all age ranges: U12, U14, U16, and 17+. All ages and abilities are welcome, and don't worry if you don't have a partner! We can match-make perfect pairs, bringing players of roughly equal ability together.

Tournaments will be played at 3 brilliant locations: Churcher's College, Bedales School and at The Avenue Tennis Courts.

Seeding

In order to help everyone to have a more enjoyable tournament, we will be roughly seeding each competition according to how highly you rank your skill level when you register.

Don't worry - this in no way affects your ability to win the tournament! It simply allows us to create the best-matched doubles teams.

Henry Adams - Supporting ProjectT

Seeing an article in the local paper, staff and management at the Petersfield branch of local estate agent Henry Adams were inspired to offer their support to an Appeal by the Royal Marines Association that had set itself the target of raising &100,000 to fund a Multi-games Sports Area (MUGA) for badly injured service personnel.

Following a meeting with the Appeal's Events Director, it was agreed that Henry Adams should sponsor ProjectT, a mega-tennis tournament taking place at a number of venues locally in the Spring.

Open to everyone, it is expected that hundreds of matches will be played during this fun event raising much needed funds and Henry Adams are delighted to be able to support this venture and to give it their backing.

As Mark Pelley, a Partner at Henry Adams said, "When we read about the Appeal it was immediately obvious that as Henry Adams is working in an area with a high number of service personnel, this was a project we just had to support."