The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the National Governing Body for tennis in Great Britain, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, and is responsible for developing and promoting the sport while safeguarding the integrity of tennis.
The LTA’s mission is to get more people playing tennis, more often. They make sure that clubs, parks and schools offer the right facilities, access and support so that anyone, of any ability, can play tennis in a place that suits them.
October 31, 2017 – Visiting The Lawn Tennis Association – Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the Lawn Tennis Association at National Tennis Centre in London, England. During her visit The Duchess received a briefing from representatives, took part in activities with children, and chatted with members of the training teams as well as Coach Core apprentices. Coach Core is funded by The Royal Foundation.
March 13, 2018 – Tennis Initiatives Ducssions At Buckingham Palace – The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a roundtable meeting with representatives from the Lawn Tennis Association (British Tennis), Wimbledon and Coach Core as well as Scottish tennis coach Judy Murray and retired British pro tennis player Tim Henman at Buckingham Palace to discuss children’s tennis initiatives in the UK and access to the sport at grassroots level.