Robson & Branson: Try Tennis For Free

Laura Robson and Richard Branson launched a brand new initiative where Virgin Active Health & Racquets Clubs around the UK will open to the public for free for three weeks, starting on Monday.

Published June 22, 2013 12:00

Robson & Branson: Try Tennis For Free
Laura Robson, Richard Branson

LONDON, England - Two of the world's most recognizable Brits - Laura Robson, the country's No.1 female tennis player, and Sir Richard Branson, a business icon - joined up in London recently to launch a brand new initiative where Virgin Active, the UK's leading health club operator, is opening up its 20 Health & Racquets Clubs to the public for free over three weeks to celebrate the start of Wimbledon.

Non-members will be able to participate in a variety of classes including Cardio Tennis, a group exercise that involves a series of tennis-based drills and activities played to up-tempo music on a tennis court; Xpress Tennis; and group coaching. The initiative runs from Monday, June 24 to Sunday, July 14, and it's all free. Register for your place by going to www.virginactive.co.uk/trytennis.

Laura Robson, Richard Branson

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