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Stars of future to light up Belfast

By Robert Jones

Published 08/07/2016

Smash hit: Lord Mayor Alderman Brian Kingston, Ulster Tennis Development Manager Lauren Smythe and members of Windsor Lawn Tennis Academy and David Lloyd Tennis Academy get ready for the Belfast City International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Tournament
Smash hit: Lord Mayor Alderman Brian Kingston, Ulster Tennis Development Manager Lauren Smythe and members of Windsor Lawn Tennis Academy and David Lloyd Tennis Academy get ready for the Belfast City International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Tournament

As Wimbledon reaches a climax, Belfast City Council and Ulster Tennis are getting set to welcome the stars of the future to the Belfast City International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Tournament.

"It's great to see so many people watching Wimbledon on the Big Screen at City Hall and hopefully being inspired to play," said Lord Mayor Brian Kingston.

"We're proud to be supporting the Belfast City ITF Junior Tournament. The competition is attracting players and visitors from Europe, USA and further afield."

Lauren Smythe, Ulster Tennis Development Manager, said: "Having the prestigious Belfast City ITF Junior Tournament in Belfast gives our junior players an excellent chance to test their performance against the best in the world on their doorstep."

The event takes place at Windsor Lawn Tennis Club from Saturday, July 23 to Friday, July 29.

For further information visit www.itftennis.com

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