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Tim Henman and Amanda Holden to play tennis at Westfield Stratford City

14:38 05 June 2014

Tim Henman will be at Westfield Stratford City on Saturday (Pic:Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)

Tim Henman will be at Westfield Stratford City on Saturday (Pic:Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)

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Tennis fans have the chance to play against former British No 1 Tim Henman this weekend.

He will be taking on Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden at Westfield Stratford City on Saturday.

Families can also spruce up on their own racket skills with help from coach Judy Murray before having the chance to pit themselves against Tim.

The event, sponsored by Robinsons Squash, will also see one lucky family win tickets to Wimbledon, which starts on June 23.

The pop up and play tennis court will be in the gallery on the ground floor of Westfield Stratford City all day, with Tim’s match against Amanda taking place at midday.

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