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Exning Tennis Club

Exning Tennis Club is situated in the village of Exning, close to Newmarket. The club shares its facilities with the local cricket club on parkland in the grounds of Exning House. The picturesque surroundings provide an excellent setting for the club.

 

Social Play

As club members are of all standards and ages, social play sessions are fun. Everyone who turns up will get a game as well as a warm welcome. Plus with multiple sessons each week, it does’t matter how busy you are, you can find a time to make a session.

 

Coaching

Titan Tennis UK are working in partnership with Exning Tennis Club to offer a variety of coaching and pay-and-play sessions. Titan provide energetic, fun tennis sessions for all ages and standards, so you’ll enjoy developing your skills.

 

Competitive Tennis

In addition to organising regular club play throughout the year, the club organises a number of tournaments for its members. It also has teams entered into both the Norfolk & Suffolk leauge and the Cambridge & District Leagues.

 

Membership

Joining Exning Tennis Club couldn’t be simpler, and with a range of membership options you’ll enjoy being part of the club. Whether your an adult, child or in wheelchair, there are packages for you. Visitors are also welcome for a small fee.

 

Extras

The club is one of only a few clubs in the area that is able to provide full access and facilities for wheelchair players.

Outdoor Courts: 2

  • Floodlit: 1
  • Practice Wall: 1
  • Hard: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Cotton End Road, Exning, near Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7NN
    Telephone:
    01284 810984

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