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Bradfield College Tennis Centre

Bradfield College Tennis Centre combines a professional coaching team and friendly atmosphere to offer players of all ages and standards a great opportunity to learn tennis, develop their game, keep fit and have fun.

 

The Tennis Centre, opened by Tim Henman in 2000, was funded by Sport England, the LTA, the Bradfield Foundation and the College. The aim has always been to provide top quality tennis facilities for community use. Whether that be through structured courses, tournaments, club events or court hire by local clubs and individuals.

 

Social Play

With both outdoor and indoor courts, you can play all year round, regardless of the weather. And since it’s easy to book a court, you’ll enjoy playing tennis at the club.

 

Coaching

An experienced and Professional Coaching Team deliver numerous adult and junior courses on offer throughout the week. So, every player can find a coaching session to meet their needs.

 

Competitive Tennis

For those seeking competition as an individual or as part of a team, a wide range of LTA sanctioned competition and team fixtures are on offer throughout the year for both adults and juniors.

 

Membership

The Bradfield College Tennis Centre has a large and active membership. Joining is simple and membership is excellent value. And includes an attractive range of opportunities, including free hire of outdoor courts and discounts on indoor courts.

Outdoor Courts: 4

      Indoor Courts: 3

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Pro Shop
        Address:
        Bradfield, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 6AU
        Telephone:
        01189 644600

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