While all opinions found in this post are my own, I was provided with tickets courtesy of the Philadelphia Freedoms and Comcast.
Summer is a great time for families to get together and have outdoor fun. One way to have family fun outdoors is with sports. Tennis is a great sport for families to play together. Because tennis can be played in singles or doubles matches, many family members can play at one time. In addition, tennis is an exciting sport to watch.
The Philadelphia Freedoms and Comcast have an exciting line up of tennis matches scheduled for July 15th through July 23rd. Families are about to have a great few weeks thanks to Comcast and the Philadelphia Freedoms. Tennis is coming to the Philadelphia area at the Villanova Pavilion.
Check out the great line up each evening:
Tuesday 7/15 Philadelphia Freedoms w/ Victoria Azarenka vs. San Diego Aviators w/ Daniela Hantuchova
Wednesday 7/16 Philadelphia Freedoms vs. Springfield Lasers: Girls Night Out
Thursday 7/17 Philadelphia Freedoms vs. Washington Kastles w/ Venus Williams
Friday 7/18 Philadelphia Freedoms vs. Boston Lobsters: Kids and Family Night
Monday 7/21 Philadelphia Freedoms vs Austi Aces w/ Andy Roddick
Tuesday 7/22 Philadelphia Freedoms vs Boston Lobsters: 76ers and Military Appreciation Night
Wednesday 7/23 Philadelphia Freedoms vs. Washington Capitals: Guys Night Out
This is such an exciting line up that is sure to help families play together and stay together. To help with that the Philadelphia Freedoms and Comcast have authorized a special discount of $10 off to all Janeane’s World readers who use the code “MOMBLOG2014″ when they purchase an adult ticket.
I am taking my family opening night on 7/15 and on Kids and Family Night on 7/18. I really hope I see you there! Speaking of seeing you there, please leave a comment below and one comment selected at random will win tickets to take the family to a great night of tennis with the Philadelphia Freedoms!
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In conclusion, it is wonderful to realize that the family that plays together stays together. So, the question for you this wonderful day is, what activity are you and your family going to do to stay together and have fun?
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I just moved to Philadelphia and I`m looking for courts where I will ba able to play with my family (2 daughters 15yrs and 10yrs old). I found the lists, but could you advise me a good one (and better for free or low price)? https://trytopic.com/Tennis-Courts-In-Philadelphia-PA http://www.playtennis.com/find-a-place-to-play/facility-results/details/?id=60296&ACT=
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