Wisbech Tennis Club father and son travel to Nottingham Tennis Centre for Quorn Family Tennis Finals

PUBLISHED: 08:30 12 June 2018

Ollie Beck and his dad James travelled to Nottingham Tennis Centre representing Wisbech Tennis Club

Ollie Beck and his dad James travelled to Nottingham Tennis Centre representing Wisbech Tennis Club

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A Wisbech father and son duo travelled to Nottingham Tennis Centre representing Wisbech Tennis Club as part of the Quorn Family Tennis Finals.

Ollie Beck also met Tobias Simon, a 27-year-old German tennis player who had won his match earlier in the day. Ollie Beck also met Tobias Simon, a 27-year-old German tennis player who had won his match earlier in the day.

Ollie Beck and his dad James took part in the event which was played during the Nature Valley Nottingham Open (June 9-17).

In the first round the children were divided into six groups of four couples.

Ollie won his first two matches and lost one match against a couple that eventually went on to be runners up overall.

In the second half of the competition Ollie won one match and lost the other.

The standard was pretty high and Ollie’s group all played lovely tennis with lots of good rallies.

Following the tournament they both got to look around all the courts and saw several professional women playing.

Ollie also met Tobias Simon a 27 year old German Tennis player who had won his match earlier in the day.

Visit wisbechtennisclub.org.uk or email wtcmembership@hotmail.co.uk for more information.

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