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Aylesbury Tennis Squash and Racketball Club

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As one of the largest combined racket sports facility in Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury Tennis Squash and Racketball Club is no ordinary sports club. The club offers a warm and friendly atmosphere and has long standing history of developing players of all abilities.

 

Social Play

Aylesbury Tennis Club offers superb regular social sessions. As well as plenty of time for you to book courts for your own playing enjoyment.

 

Coaching

An extensive range of tennis coaching is available. The club’s professional tennis coach offers individual as well as group lessons. For children, there are a range of tennis activities on offer, including Junior Tennis squads for Under-8’s upwards.

 

Competitive Tennis

A number of teams from Aylesbury Tennis Squash and Racketball Club compete in local and county tennis leagues. And because, the club encourages competitive play across all ages, it’s likely that there’s the perfect team for you!

 

Membership

With 9 different tennis membership options, Aylesbury offers something for all local tennis players. So, whether you’re a family, a junior, or simply want to play midweek, there’s a membership option  for you. In addition to membership, the club offers courts on a pay and play basis.

 

Extras

The club is centrally located in the town and has free private car parking. Finally, the newly refurbished club lounge and bar area, offer a comfortable place to relax and socialise after your sports activities.

Outdoor Courts: 10

  • Floodlit: 10
  • Hard: 3
  • Artificial Grass: 7

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Pro Shop
    Address:
    The County Ground, Wendover Road, Aylesbury, HP21 9NJ
    Telephone:
    01296 398230
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