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Claremont Tennis and Social Club

Claremont Tennis and Social Club is a members club based in Salford. With 4 superb clubs and a newly refurbished clubhouse, the club has a lot to offer all ages of tennis players. So grab your racket, let’s meet on court!

 

Social Play

The courts are open for you to use whenever you wish during the tennis season. This lasts until the first frost of winter makes the courts too soft to play on. Mix in, social tennis sessions are on Tuesday evening as well as on Sunday afternoon.

 

Coaching

Carlos Fuentes is an LTA Level 3 tennis coach and heads up the club’s coaching. Carlos along with his team provide a quality tennis programme at the club for all ages and abilities.

 

As well as coaching in clubs, Carlos is active in promoting tennis in schools throughout Greater Manchester, especially at “grass roots” level in Primary Schools.

 

Competitive Tennis

There are 3 teams in the Walkden League and 1 in the Bolton league. And so if you’re looking for competitive match play, there’s plenty on offer.

 

Membership

You don’t have to be a tennis player to be a member of the Claremont Tennis and Social Club, you can join as a social member too. The club offers 4 different types of membership and some of the lowest fees in the country.

 

Extras

Off the courts, the club holds a variety of social events all year round and provide a meeting point for the local neighbourhood watch.

Outdoor Courts: 4

    • Shale: 4

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Doveleys Road, Salford, Greater Manchester, M6 8GN
      Telephone:
      01617 363436
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