Popstar Frankie Bridge and tennis star Kyle Edmund brought a taste of The Championships to a primary school in Morden last week.

The tennis player and former Saturday's member helped transform Malmesbury Primary School’s playground to replicate the famous grounds of SW19.

The pop-up Centre Court experience marked the beginning of Jaguar UK’s tennis kit drop, a nationwide initiative by Jaguar retailers to engage with their local schools and communities.

Edmund and Bridge led an introductory tennis session for the School’s Year 6 pupils with the All England Lawn Tennis Club’s Head Coach Dan Bloxham, to bring some fun and inspiration to their PE lesson.

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The event took place at the end of National Sports Week.

Frankie Bridge, said: “As a mum, I know how important it is for kids to have a physical and fun outlet.

"It’s been a turbulent year for families, kids have been away from their friends and teachers for most of it and are just going into the summer holidays, so it’s amazing to see these Year 6 pupils playing with each other in a safe and fun way before term is up.”

Speaking at the event, Jaguar ambassador Kyle Edmund said: “Exercise is essential for the physical and mental well-being of everyone, especially young children.

"It was great to arrive with Jaguar and deliver an experience that is unmatched for the children and their teachers.

"The last year has been extremely tough for everyone, so it was great to see the kids running around with smiles on their faces.”

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Lucy Rivaldi, Deputy Headteacher, Malmesbury Primary school commented: “We are extremely grateful to Jaguar for facilitating this event for our Year 6 pupils.

"Transforming our playground into centre court and having Kyle Edmund and Frankie Bridge on hand to assist has provided a PE lesson that our school will never forget.

"With Jaguar kindly donating the tennis equipment it means we can provide tennis lessons with quality equipment for the foreseeable future.”