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Caversham Park Tennis Club

Set in some of Reading’s finest parklands, Caversham Park Tennis Club is a friendly tennis club with excellent facilities. Formed in 1969, the club has a rich history which continues today. There’s a superb programme on offer as well as a great community of local players.

 

Social Play

The club runs social tennis sessions throughout the week where members of all levels can come along and play in a relaxed and fun environment. There’s also plenty of court time for members to use for their own games.

 

Coaching

Coaching is lead by Gary Drake Tennis who provide a range of group and individual coaching. As well as cardio tennis, which improves general fitness. So for juniors and adults who are either new to the game, returning to the sport or existing players looking to hone their skills, you will find the training available that suits your needs.

 

Competitive Tennis

For the more competitive players, there are singles box leagues and club competitions. And as a result you can improve your game and test yourself against players of similar ability.

 

The club aslo has 14 teams in the Berkshire Summer League (ladies, men’s, mixed and vets). As well as 4 in the Aegon leagues.

 

Membership

There a range of membership available at Caversham Park Tennis Club including Adult, Adult Day, and junior.  New adult members are entitled to a 20-minute assessment with a coach.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Macadam: 6

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    200 Caversham Park Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 6AA
    Telephone:
    01189 479522
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