'Better Tennis' are trying to widen the sports reach to disadvantaged Londoners

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'Better Tennis' are trying to widen the sports reach to disadvantaged Londoners

Wimbledon has kicked off in the capital and despite Andy Murray not taking part this year, Britain will be tennis obsessed!

But aside from Wimbledon, in reality, tennis participation in the UK is falling and 'Better Tennis' is determined to reach the 'hard to reach' groups within the capital.

James Mott is a manager at Better Tennis and Adriana Onuha is one of it's beneficiaries, they both joined us in the studio.

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