Tennis stars of the future will get to meet women's No 1 Laura Robson after getting through to the final of a national competition.
Seven-year-olds Kayaan Chander and Sophie Quirke, both from Northwood, topped the competition when they fought it out at at the Virgin Active Northwood Health and Racquet Club in Ducks Hill Road.
The final of the young talent competition, called Active Aces, will be judged by Robson on June 7.
The tennis ace was forced to sit out of the French Open this year after gaining an injury, but Britain's Heather Watson looks on good form after winning her opening test in Roland Garros on Tuesday.
At the final in Chiswick, Kayaan and Sophie will take on the best young players from across the country with the aim of winning the perfect route to tennis stardom.
If they win they could get their hands on a three-year family membership and coaching from Virgin Active, as well as a racket and clothing contract with Wilson.
Laura Robson said: "I am incredibly excited about focusing my energy on helping Virgin Active find and nurture the next generation of tennis talent. It is brilliant to see such a fantastic initiative which helps coach the young stars of the future.
"As a child I was very fortunate to have some incredible coaching support and guidance to help me to the top level, hopefully Active Aces will mean that there will be more opportunities for British youngsters in the long term."