Watch Wimbledon tennis at Canary Wharf + where to play

By Rob Virtue on June 26, 2014 10:25 AM |

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Wood Wharf will be revamped for the final days of Wimbledon action next week.

Coverage is already been shown on the screens at the nearby Canada Square Park but Canary Wharf Group is also bringing the action to the park area on the south-east of the estate.

The area at Wood Wharf will open on Monday and include matches from SW19, as well as drinks from the CNTNR waterfront bar. It will run until the following Sunday.

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The beach volleyball will also start on Monday.

Where to play tennis?

★Fancy playing for FREE? This is a list of places in and around Docklands that offer gratis courts, so there's no reason not to get working on your backhand in preparation for Wimbledon 2015:

■ Tower Hamlets Tennis
Poplar
Junction of Cambridge Heath Road and Malcolm Place, Tower Hamlets, London, E2 9PA, 020 7193 8933
towerhamletstennis.org.uk.

■ Tower Hamlets Tennis
King Edward Memorial Park
Glamis Road, Off The Highway, London, E1W 3EG, 020 7193 8933,
towerhamletstennis.org.uk.

■ Love Tennis Academy
Canning Town Recreation Ground, Prince Regent Lane, London, E16 3JP , 07968 898 709, lta.org.uk/allplaytennis.

■ Greenwich Park Tennis Centre
Greenwich
Greenwich Royal Park, London, SE10 8QY, 020 8293 0276, playzennis.co.uk.

■ Tower Hamlets Tennis
Bethnal Green
Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 0EL, 020 7193 8933,
towerhamletstennis.org.uk.

■ Royal Victoria Gardens
North Woolwich
Pier Road, off Albert Road, E16
Newham Borough Council
Just turn up and play

■ Open Door Tennis
Blackheath High School Sports Field Kidbrooke Grove, London, SE3 0DX, 07713 778 446, uptownexperience.co.uk.

Go to lta.org.uk for more venues.

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