We have nine artificial clay outdoor courts. Four courts are floodlit, allowing for play until 9.30pm Monday to Saturday.
The tennis section accommodates all standards of play, from those who want to compete to those who prefer to play socially. We participate in local, county and national competitions, from junior through to veteran categories.
We regularly hold social tournaments and events. As members of the Lawn Tennis Association, we receive an allocation of Wimbledon Tickets. To be eligible to enter the annual club draw for tickets, you must be a full tennis playing member of the Club and also a member of the British Tennis Association, which all tennis members are encouraged to join.
Naturally there are many groups of players who play for the pure fun of it, and it’s lovely to see them on the courts week after week, enjoying a game of tennis and then putting the world to rights afterwards in the lounge with a coffee. Long may that last!
We run an Adult Club Night on Wednesdays throughout the year from 6.30 pm to 9.30pm which is open to all adult tennis members and is run by our Head Tennis Coach, Brian Love.
Social Tennis Groups
Social tennis groups are open to all members throughout the week:
|Tuesdays 9am - 11am||Ladies Tennis Morning|
|Tuesdays 9.30am - 11am||Men’s Tennis Morning|
|Wednesdays 6.30pm - 9.30pm||Adult Tennis Club Night|
|Fridays 9am - 11am||Ladies Tennis Morning|
|Saturday 2pm - 4pm||Adult Club session|
|Sunday 9.30am - 11am||Adult Club session|
Adult teams enter county and national leagues in all age groups including veterans. If you are interested in playing for a team please contact team captains: Tracey Bedford/Will Edge.
You can view current Tennis home match fixtures by clicking here or the Club Calendar link in the main menu.
Club members organise tournaments to support their favourite charities throughout the year.
Centre for Adult Learning
Linked to this centre for people with disabilities. We run a disability group session on Fridays and offer individual lessons also during the week.
For more information visit: www.grangecentre.org.uk