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Holyport Real Tennis Club

Since 1889 Holyport Real Tennis Club has been a sporting and social hub in one of Berkshire’s most picturesque villages. The club started when Sam Heilbut, then owner of Holyport House, built a tennis court at the bottom of his garden. Since then the club has gone from strength to strength and continues to encourage people to play real tennis.

 

Holyport Real Tennis Club hosts some of the world’s best players, run tournaments for players of all levels, hold social events for members, family and friends, and seek to cultivate support and passion for tennis.

 

Social Play

Booking the court is easy and can be done online. Also, the professionals who run the club may also be able to find you a suitable opponent to play against.

 

Coaching

The club’s professionals are on hand help yo reach your full potential. Lessons can help you with game play, technique and so much more.

 

Competitive Tennis

All members are encouraged to take part in internal competitions either individually or part of a team. There’s a range of competitions available including external leagues.

 

Membership

Holyport Real Tennis Club is a popular and friendly club, with a welcoming atmosphere, thriving membership and excellent facilities. Contact the Club to book your taster session!

 

Extras

There’s also a pro shop which offers a range of clothing and equipment. As well as racket re-stringing.

Outdoor Courts: 0

      Indoor Courts: 1

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        Address:
        Holyport Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 2JR
        Telephone:
        01628 673964
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