Children from Naomi House and Jackplace meet Andy Murray

YOUNG people from a children's hospice met the current world number one tennis player Andy Murray.

Saturday, 8th July 2017, 7:01 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 8:43 am

Four teenagers from Naomi House and Jackplace, which cares for sick children across the south, were invited to Tim Henman’s exclusive Pro-Am tournament.

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The Tim Henman Foundation supports patients at Jacksplace find more independence and realise their ambitions.

The young people and their families watched a number of top-class tennis matches and chatted with players.

Paul Morgan, head of fundraising, said: ‘It was such a pleasure to be able to attend the tournament and for the young people we care for to meet so many world class tennis players.’