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Sutton & Epsom's Mobile Massage Therapist Theo Win's David Lloyd's Good Friday American Tennis Tou

By Theo Theodoris
Thursday, May 9, 2019

SURREY MOBILE MASSAGE THERAPIST THEO OF SUTTON ENTERED HIS FIRST EVER AMERICAN TENNIS TOURNAMENT AT DAVIS LLOYD PURELY IN THE 2019 GOOD FRIDAY COMPETITION

Thirty-two players entered and Mobile Massage Theo has really enjoyed playing a lot more Tennis since re-joining David Lloyd after a ten-year absence.

Massage Theo has been a member of Cheam Fields Tennis and Bowls Club for over twenty years, but never plays much over the winter months due to weather and being his busiest time of the year.

When Theo had the offer to play in the David Lloyd Tournament at Purley he thought it would be good fun and some good court time practice. Theo said, "It was great fun and experience playing with players above his own standard"

The competition at the Surrey David Lloyd was played throughout the morning. You played as doubles and the Tennis Coach kept your individual game wins. When the coach was reading out the winners Massage Theo was putting his racquet away as he thought he had no chance. The coach then told Massage Theo to get his racquet out as he was playing a Tie Breaker as their were two guys on 21 game wins.

Massage Theo was pleasantly surprized, then thought "Oh No" as he was about to play a Mini Tie Break first to three with a playing well above his standard.

Everyone was watching and Massage Theo just played consitantly, but went 2 -1 down. His opponent then very unlike him put two in the net and Massage Theo won 3 - 2. That was "Magic" and Theo was over the moon.

Pictured are both Guys and Girls Champions Theo and Victoria

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