COMMUNITY

MUBADALA WORLD TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP COMMUNITY CUP

Registrations for the Mubadala Community Cup (MCC) 2014 opened on Monday 13th October and closes on Thursday 30th October 2014. The first event for the MCC kicks-off on Friday 7th November 2014 with the rest of the events taking place over four consecutive weekends in November. Be sure to register on the 13th for your chance to participate in a Star Player Clinic with one of the World's Top Tennis Players during the Mubadala World Tennis Championship 2015.  

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MUBADALA WORLD TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS IN SCHOOLS

Mubadala Tennis in Schools (MTiS) is an inspirational grassroots community initiative championed by Mubadala in order to grow the game of tennis in the UAE.  It gives pupils aged 7-10 from across 20 local schools the chance to take their first steps in the sport by introducing them to mini-tennis.  
Thanks to the success of the program, this year MTiS has been extended to run throughout the full school year. 
Mubadala Tennis in Schools (MTiS) is an inspirational grassroots community initiative championed by Mubadala in order to grow the game of tennis in the UAE.  It gives pupils aged 7-10 from across 20 local schools the chance to take their first steps in the sport by introducing them to mini-tennis.  
Thanks to the success of the program, this year MTiS has been extended to run throughout the full school year. 
Mubadala Tennis in Schools (MTiS) is an inspirational grassroots community initiative championed by Mubadala in order to grow the game of tennis in the UAE.  It gives pupils aged 7-10 from across 20 local schools the chance to take their first steps in the sport by introducing them to mini-tennis.  
Thanks to the success of the program, this year MTiS has been extended to run throughout the full school year. 

Mubadala Tennis in Schools (MTiS) is an inspirational grassroots community initiative championed by Mubadala in order to grow the sport of tennis in the UAE and promote a healthy lifestyle for the generation of tomorrow. It gives pupils aged 7-10 from across 20 local schools the chance to take their first steps in the sport by introducing them to mini-tennis. Thanks to the success of the program, this year the MTiS has been extended to run throughout the full school year.

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