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The new Mizuno shoes have arrived you can save 10%! Plus, help us choose the next LTL branded product and an insider guide to Washington tennis!

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Mizuno shoes on test

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Just in... the latest tennis shoes from Mizuno! The autumn range, which we had great fun testing during Wimbledon fortnight with the help of tennis pro, Marcus Willis, is now in our on-line shop - and at a 10% saving to Local Tennis Leagues players.

Local Tennis Leagues is all about playing great tennis, which is why we appreciate so much our partnership with top-of-the-range brands like Mizuno. Over the years, we have also enjoyed coming up with our own branded products and our dampeners and performance T-shirts have become firm favourites with you. What should we be adding next? This week we give you the chance to help us decide. As well as being really nice pieces of kit, sales of these branded items help support the Local League project.

Also this week, with the CITI Open reaching its climax, a local tennis league player tells us about tennis in Washington DC, we meet a player who has swapped the Liverpool Tennis League for one in London, and how to make sure your matches qualify for BTM ratings.

Have a great weekend of tennis!
On court with Marcus WillisThe autumn range of Mizuno shoes is now in stock and in our shop! Find out how you can save 10% and see the shoes put through their paces with the help of Marcus Willis and our team of testersMizuno Exceed Tour 3!  
Andy Murray at the CITIi Open, Washington
This week Andy Murray returned to action, competing in Washington’s CITI Open, one of the important warm-up events for the US Open. As the tennis season takes off in the States, we catch up with Maggie Britvec, a former Paddington Rec player in London, and now Washington-based, for an insider’s take.
Main pic: Andy Murray © Keith Allison reproduced under licence  
Help us choose the nexUp Down Dampenerst LTL-branded product for our shop. You could win an UP/Down vibration dampener for your racket by completing the survey! Caps, hoodies, racket grips - we need your help deciding!
When Edward Mills made the move from Liverpool to London recently, Local Tennis Leagues was an essential part of his relocation package. We caught up with him to see how he's settling in and making new tennis friends - find out more with the latest entry in our Meet the Player interview series.
Game, set and match: why you need BTM and what to do with it
LTA BTM MembershipDo your matches count towards LTA ratings? Don't miss out on this benefit of playing in the leagues. Follow our guide to getting FREE British Tennis Membership and how to link your account.

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