ANY singles for doubles?
Lonely hearts have been invited to a Huddersfield tennis club in a bid to find a true love match.
Tennis has long been seen as a bastion of elitism and the English upper-middle classes.
But now tennis supremos aim to portray their sport as a relaxed, social pastime - with plenty of chances to meet the opposite sex.
On Monday Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash Club at Cemetery Road, Edgerton, is taking part in a national event, encouraging singletons to take to the courts in an all-day tournament for mixed doubles.
Entrants will be matched up with various partners for the day.
Jon Williamson, 24, was introduced to tennis by his girlfriend Jemma Lambert, 21, four years ago. Both are members at the Edgerton club.
They said the game had a superb social aspect.
Jon said: "There's quite a lot of single players and a good mix of people come here.
"It's good fun. We enter the club championships just for a laugh, really."
He said tennis attracted both young and old.
"There's a good mix here, young people and all generations."
Jemma encouraged people to join up, saying: "They do social things almost every day of the week. It's a very social sport."
Monday's one-day event is free.
For more information about the club, ring 01484 422541.