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Tennis come and try day in Mundubbera

BIG HIT: The future Novak Djokovic could be unearthed this weekend at Mundubbera.
BIG HIT: The future Novak Djokovic could be unearthed this weekend at Mundubbera. Scott Barbour / Getty Images

FUTURE tennis champions could get their first taste of the sport this weekend at Mundubbera.

The Mundubbera Junior Tennis Association is holding a Come and Try Day on Sunday at the Archer Park Courts.

Anyone interested can come along and have a hit.

Coach Kev Banner will be taking potential tennis stars through the ropes and sharing his knowledge of the sport.

Beginners sessions start first up from 8.30am to 10am.

Intermediate's are from 10am to noon.

Advanced adult and high school is from 1pm to 3.30pm.

The cost for beginners is $3 and $5 for others.

For further information phone Ken Colyer on 4165 4646.

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