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Brackley Tennis Club

With excellent facilities for players of all ages and abilities, Brackley Tennis Club, aims to provide a warm welcome and an enjoyable environment. It is not known when the Club was first formed, however there are photographs in the clubhouse dating from 1908. Therefore the club is at least 100 years old. Today, Brackley Tennis Club is a self-funded, private members club.

 

Social Play

The weekly club sessions are open to all adult members as well as invited intermediates and juniors. These sessions provide an opportunity for competitive yet friendly play. Come along, meet some people and enjoy the tennis on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings. The courts are available at any time and members may play without booking.

 

Coaching

Coaching is lead by Cowley Tennis. The team of highly qualified coaches run a range of courses throughout the year. In addition to regular adult coaching, juniors from the age of 4 benefit from weekly session designed around ability. Kids holiday camps are also available. Adults can also join the club weekly Cardio Tennis session as well as taking private lessons.

 

Competitive Tennis

With teams in three local leagues, if you’re looking for more competitive opportunities then Brackley Tennis Club certainly provides a range. In addition the club holds a number of tournaments each year as well as an annual club championship.

 

Membership

Prospective members may play up to six times at Club Sessions, before deciding whether to become a full member. There are many types of membership available, covering all ages and standards. Plus a number of discounts are available.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Artificial Grass: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Westminster Road, Brackley, Northamptonshire, NN13 7EB
    Telephone:
    07515 851697

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