Tennis: Camden’s Ward serves up more success in Spain
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Camden’s Danny Ward had more to celebrate at the XI International Seniors Open in Marbella recently.
Ward and his partner won the over-45 men's doubles at the event in Spain and decided to also drop down two age groups to compete in the over-35 doubles.
It proved to be an inspired decision as the pair came out on top once again to complete a superb double, without conceding a set in either copmetition.
Success in the older age category keeps Ward within the top 30 in the world rankings and in a good position to push forward in 2020.
Ward, who is head coach and co-owner of the Mercury Tennis Club, is keen to pass on his knowledge of the game to local residents.
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Anyone interested in starting tennis or improving their current standard can contact him on 07921 675206.
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