Kidderminster Tennis Club
The process of forming Kidderminster Tennis Club began in 1990. Working with WFDC and a Consortium, Ray Shuck masterminded a plan to turn a poorly used and badly vandalized park, Baxter Gardens, into a recreational facility. The tennis club began playing in June 1996.
The aims and objects of Kidderminster Tennis Club is to encourage and foster participation by all groups in the sport of tennis in all its forms.
Recreational tennis is at the heart of the club, and there’s weekly mix-in sessions which are open to all members. So you can stay active all year round and meet new people.
The Club has a qualified LTA coach, Tony Wright. Tony has a wide range of experience and is therefore best place to enable you to grow and develop as a tennis player. In addition to run a number of courses, Tony is available for private lessons.
With a range of match play on offer, players of all standards can challenge themselves. There’s teams in the Kidderminster and District and the Hereford and Worcester Tennis Leagues. As well as club tournaments and championships.
Kidderminster Tennis Club offers 5 types of membership. Adults, Juniors, Student, Senior, Family. All are affordable, with adult membership costing under £2 per week. So consider joining today!