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Harrow Lawn Tennis Club

Founded in 1880, three years after the first championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Harrow Lawn Tennis Club has a rich history. In addition to playing social tennis, teams are entered into the Middlesex League. And members enjoy a range of social events.

 

Social Play

Members enjoy meeting weekly for a friendly game or two. And since these sessions are open to all, they are a great way to meet new people and work on your game play.

 

Coaching

Members and non-members alike are welcome to join adult beginner/improver coaching with Elaina Forland. You will learn techniques and tactics in fun-packed sessions that include drills and competitive yet friendly matches. Ian Jones runs a group-coaching session for adults as well as personal tuition. Juniors also have access to a superb coaching programme.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking for more match play then 6 ladies and 6 mens teams compete in the Slazenger Middlesex North-West League.

 

Membership

Harrow Lawn Tennis Club invites you to visit on a weekend morning, when you can play a game or two and talk to a members. Then when you’re ready to join, you can purchase either 6 months or 12 months. The club offers a range of options for all ages are available.

 

Extras

Off court, there is an active social diary, which includes barbecues, quiz evenings, Pimm’s parties, and so much more.

Outdoor Courts: 12

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        Address:
        Harrow School Grounds, Garlands Lane, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex, HA1 3EA
        Telephone:
        02089 073049
        Website:

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