It starts with love
Tennis opens many doors, builds life-changing, networks and gives one a great shot at growth and success. Tennis2Be was founded because I believe that tennis is the pathway to connecting communities, achieving respect, equality and resilience.
When tennis is combined with education and personal development, it becomes a vehicle for self confidence, inner strength and discipline to achieve future ambitions.
I look forward to seeing you on the court.
Meet the team
(proudly comprised of 17 nationalities ..and counting)
Meet our honorary lifetime member
Honorary Lifetime member
Meet our advisors
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Meet our board of trustees
Meet our patron
Actor, Tennis Player
Rudolph is a Trinidadian actor, best known for his roles on British television. He was the first black actor to appear in a major British TV series, his breakthrough role as Bill in the 1970s sitcom Love Thy Neighbour leading to a long and varied acting career.
He is currently best known as Patrick Trueman in the BBC One TV soap opera EastEnders, in which he has acted since 2001.
He recently launched a new foundation, The Rudolph Walker Foundation, whose aims include to help provide opportunities and incentives for disadvantaged youth starting out on an entertainment career.
Rudolph Walker was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2006 for his services to drama.
Rudolp is a keen tennis player even at 76 and is known to play as well as anyone across the net! Himself and former Mayor Dora showcased their skills in an exhibition match at the opening of the Tennis2Be Craic Cup 2016.