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EXCLUSIVE OFFER: We have arranged a whopping £100 discount on 'Silver tickets' for all LondonPakistani Facebook members to this weekend's Modest Fashion Festival in London.

Tickets to the exclusive Park Lane event include a Drinks & canapés reception, 5 course dinner, Runways shows and evening Entertainment.

Surely an event not to be missed!

Please visit the tickets page via the following link and enter the discount code 'fifty' to claim your discount:

#modestfashionfestival #parklane #mayfair #london #redcarpet #fashion #runway #dinner
Tie Break Tens tennis tournament 
Wycombe House Tennis Club 15/10/17

Guess who won?

This was the second year our humble club in Osterley ran the 'Tie Break Tens' tennis tournament. The format is simple: First to ten points with serves carried out in the same way as a normal tie break. 
The format has been so popular that it now has its own international annual tournament featuring the best of men's and women's players from around the world! We managed to attract NONE of them to our club tournament, but our club head coach was able to arrange a great tournament for those that attended.

After two hours of hard hitting tennis I was lucky to secure top spot and was awarded the 'Gold medal', beating young Rajbir into second place.

If you're looking to take part in a tie break tens tournament near you I can advise the following:

1. Treat every point as a must win point. When the format is short, as is here, it's not like you can easily lose you serve and expect to break back in the next service game. It's very easy to go behind 3 or 4 points if you're not careful, but if you treat each point individually (in a similar way to Rafa Nadal), it is possible to come back, put pressure on your opponent and swing momentum in your direction!

2. Practice your serve. A good serve is crucial to getting ahead and putting pressure on your opponent. Make every service point count. 
3. Never take your opponent for granted. It takes only a few wayward shots and before you know it the match is over. Treat every ball on its merit regardless of the opponent.

What a fantastic day in West London. Next stop...wait and see!! 😉 #tennis #notquiteshanghaibutgoodnonetheless #tiebreaktens #london
Why vote for a 'shampoo' when what we need is some conditioner!! Bring on June 8th.

Make Britain great again!

#votecorbyn #election2017
Could he be the next big thing? Liverpool and West Ham football legend #RazorRuddock watched on at York Hall, London this evening. #danielkhan now 2 from 2 fighting his way to the very top. Wish him well. #TeamKhan #danielkhan96
#kalpenn won US celebrity Master Chef and donated his $25,000 prize to support Palestinian refugees! 👏🏼
Fantastic win by the boys today and loved the dedication to Edhi sahib and the Pakistan Army!!
#Pakistan #Cricket #Lords #England #manofthematch #yasirshah
Thank you to everyone who helped to raise £5k on Saturday to support Syrian Refugees, especially vulnerable children. Your donations were greatly appreciated. #goodwillcaravan #refugee
“…if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole of mankind…” (verse from the Quran). Please come to the Goodwill Caravan iftar on Saturday 18th June and find out how a small group of women are supporting and sheltering the most vulnerable refugees from Syria. Your attendance would be greatly appreciated:
Fun with the British Pakistan Foundation team at their 'Catwalk for a Cause' event. 
Don't forget the BPF is holding their Friday evening art event in London tonight at the Tate Britain gallery.

Details can be found below on this page.
Friday evening art event at the Tate Britain London hosted by the British Pakistan Foundation.