Tennis coach Garreth O’Carroll
This isolation season…
…give the gift of tennis.
Coach Garreth O’Carroll writes:
I’m delighted to offer some Coaching Clinics for budding tennis players when these restrictions lift in the South Dublin and North Wicklow areas.
Tennis is one of the few sports where social distancing protocols can be adhered to and is proven to be excellent for training focus, reducing stress and improving Cardio Fitness.
I have five gift Vouchers available for half price at €100. Each Voucher is worth 4 private lessons.
Most my lessons are conducted in Deansgrange [County Dublin] but I can travel if there are local public courts near you.
Why not check out my profile and if you have any questions pop me an email. Stay safe and hopefully see you on the court soon.
Irish-made Gifts in isolation to email@example.com marked ‘Gifts In Isolation’
Scott De Buitléir, of Dublin-based digital creative agency TinderPoint, writes:
FBD are sponsors of the Men’s Irish Open today, and to mark the occasion, we’ve produced an interactive timeline of memorable moments in tennis history.
Includes IRISH players.
Explore it here.
Go full frame and enjoy this looping stop-motion film by Kijek and Adamski which was originally made for projection onto a 20m wide space at the Motion Factory Exhibition in Paris.
Oh I say.
Ireland VS Egypt Davis Cup Tennis at Castleknock Lawn Tennis Club,
Co. Dublin Dublin 15 this evening.
Barry Mahon writes:
“Sam Barry (above) representing Ireland. currently leads the tie 1-0 after James McGee won his tie earlier today….”
More as we get it.
Update: Mohamed Safwat, (Egypt) defeated Sam 3-6, 7-5, 7-5, 7-6. *flings racket*
From the Tumblr Capybaras That Look Like Raphael Nadal wherein capybaras are presented as looking like the Spanish tennis pro Raphael Nadal.
All right then. Let’s move on.