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Lifetime Tennis – Barnes Community Tennis Club

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Barnes Community Tennis Club is run by Lifetime Tennis, who aim to make tennis a more accessible, affordable and inclusive sport within London.

 

Social Play

Multiple drop in sessions are held each week. These enable players of all standards to turn up and play with other of a similar level, while receiving some coaching.

 

Coaching

The coaching programmes at the club are available for all ages and levels. The courses range from Mini tennis for children from the age of 4, up to Adult sessions, which provide structured training and practice sessions. Private coaching is also available at the centre. The venue is also perfect for providing court space for performance coaching.

 

Competitive Tennis

The centre is home to all of Lifetime tennis’ large tournaments and LTA League matches. And Barnes Community Tennis Club offers some competitive tennis for more advanced players.

 

Membership

Lifetime Tennis offers a pay and play model. This means if you want to join one of their courses, you simple pay for that. If you can’t commit to a coaching programme, then the drop in sessions enable you to play as and when you can. Fees, overall are very affordable.

 

Extras

The centre is located next to Beach Volleball Courts! And just a short walk from the WWT London Wetland Centre.

Outdoor Courts: 16

    • Hard: 10
    • Astroturf: 6

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

        Address:
        Barn Elms Sports Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, London, SW13 0DG
        Telephone:
        07792 600003
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