Having a beer afterwards
Making new friends, all like-minded people
Joining in the fun of ‘away’ matches
Improving Visual Acuity – stretching the brain
Learning / relearning old skills – muscle memory
Opening yourself to further challenges
AND It’s easy to play “Sound Tennis” if you’ve been a player no matter your standard. Besides nobody can see your goofs. (We’ve all got the same problem.) You’ll soon get into the swing of it.
Go online for ‘Sound Tennis Sussex’ on YouTube and you can see(!) how easy it is(?) Our oldest player is over ninety so there’s no excuse. In the video the first chapter shows B1s, so see them compete…. it’s almost unbelievable. (To keep it fair, they all wear eye-masks, no sneaking allowed.)
There are groups of Sound Tennis players all over the country enjoying themselves, so get out and find them. If you can’t, then email me through the “Contact Us” form and we”ll see how we can help you sort it out.
We also joined in the National Championships in Newcastle in May and are looking forward to more get-togethers including overseas activities.
Shoreham Soundball Tennis started on 15th June 2015 with our first coaching session.
BTW Carers can play as well, so everyone can join in the fun.