A special thank you to all of the clubs that took part in the Breakpoint 2019 tour and challenge, without your hard work and time it would not have been possible. To the volunteers that gave up their time to help us pick up balls, run events and activities on and off court, share their skills and everyone that came down to cheer us on.Read More
Robyn was treated to a Wimbledon courtesy car from the All England Lawn Tennis Club to the community sports ground courts, a once in a life time start to the final day. Next, as if things couldn’t get any better, she hit against Wimbledon Champion Pat Cash.Read More
David Lloyd Royal Berkshire hosted the Breakpoint 2019 tour on the 26th on June. The club has been a fantastic support to Robyn throughout her training and we are grateful for the access she was granted to the club to ensure training continued throughout the winter.Read More
An exciting day ahead, 3 venues up next for the 21st of June.
Starting at the National Tennis Centre we were joined by Mark Bullock, a specialist in inclusive sport who devotes his time to promoting active and healthy lifestyles with a focus on opportunities for disabled people. His wife Sam Bullock, a wheelchair user, dedicates her life to improving the lives of people living with disabilities not only through sport but more recently through fashion. She decided to join forces with some of the most innovative designers to develop her brand, ‘SB’ – a unique line of clothing providing comfortable and fashionable clothing options.Read More
Thanks to the LTA for granting us access to the Nature Valley Open in Edgbaston this morning, a great time to share our story with more tennis fans and to listen to how much tennis has helped them. All ages were coming to watch the tennis all with a different reason to play tennis, some for the social side, others the competitiveness.Read More
Knutsford tennis club in the morning of day 19, followed by the Boodles Tennis at the Mere in the afternoon.
In the morning Robyn kept the shot count high with 4 hours on the ball machine then challenged the coach. It was a lovely morning and the rain just about held off. With a doubles on the court next to Robyn she enjoyed the buzz of the crowd and action around her.Read More
A chance for Robyn to hit with Jonny Marray today, what a treat! Another Wimbledon Champion for Robyn and her first time on grass! Thanks to Jonny for taking time out of his busy schedule ahead of Wimbledon to lend support to Breakpoint 2019.Read More
Despite a week of bad weather we were lucky with a glorious day in Boston. Huge thanks to the coaches that supported Robyn on court, to the ball kids that spent hours replenishing the ball machine and to the very kind staff that worked together to make the day a success.
Thanks to the students of Boston Grammar School and John Fielding School for generously giving up their time to help us.Read More
Collingham was our location for day 16. A fabulous effort from Shona and her team for putting on a wheelchair exhibition by the pros from Grantham Tennis Centre, a mental health talk, kids fun zone, BBQ, and for providing lots of help on court with picking up balls. It was a delight to meet your members and see your new clubhouse - very well deserved!Read More
Robyn hit her 100,000th shot today in Wigginton. Thanks to everyone that came to cheer her on, we were delighted to reach the half way point here in Yorkshire. We were also thrilled to be joined by YO1 radio station, BMW Cooper York, Hot Shot Tennis Academy, Harrowells solicitors, itsports, Ground Solution Services and F.R. PulleynRead More
Thank you to Woodplumpton Tennis Club for hosting a wonderful afternoon of tennis, a BBQ, masterclass and an exhibition doubles. It’s been a lot of fun and brilliant to see some familiar faces!
Please share the link to help us raise funds to expand out disability programme, I Play 30.Read More
Another busy day, starting at Bristol University and then on to Frampton on Severn Tennis Club. Thank you to all the club members and coaches that joined in with us and hit with Robyn. We had the most enthusiastic ball kids that were very helpful and kept the ball machine full and rally going!Read More
Joined by Liss Sports Festival, Day 2 was buzzing. Our message is all about how playing tennis can help improve mental health but all sports are important and having so many of the local clubs spread the word about how many opportunities there are for kids and adults to get involved in was great to see.Read More
Thank you to Sarah Voysey Photography for capturing Robyn in action!
We look forward to seeing Sarah in June and are so grateful for her help with Breakpoint 2019. The amount of volunteers, local businesses, members, coaches, committees, teachers, parents and kids that are providing raffle prizes, helping throughout June, supporting Robyn Moore and giving up time in their busy schedules is truly inspiring.Read More
Thank you BT Sport for highlighting our charity challenge, Breakpoint 2019, and sharing the importance of keeping the conversation open about mental health.Read More