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Manchester Regional Tennis Centre

Manchester Regional Tennis Centre will enable you to enjoy one of the best sports you can choose to play to keep healthy. The centre is partnership between Manchester City Council and Eastlands Trust. Both are passionate about making sport accessible. Tennis truly is the game for all to enjoy, from ages 3 to 93, anyone can pick up a racket and play.

 

Social Play

Boys and girls, men and women can all play tennis together. You can make friends through playing tennis and you can play singles, doubles, mixed doubles or be part of a team. With both indoor or outdoor tennis courts on a ‘pay to play’ basis.

 

Coaching

Regardless of your age, there is some coaching available. Whether you’re just starting out as a kid, a bit rusty, or a natural pro. Plus with such a great range of courses and courts, you’ll enjoy developing your skills all year round.

 

Competitive Tennis

Since Manchester Regional Tennis Centre focuses on social play and coaching, no match play is available. Therefore, if you’re after a challenge, it may be best to look at other local clubs who offer a wider range of competitive tennis.

 

Membership

While memberships are available, you can pay as you go. This means if you only want to book a court now and again then you can. However if you want to get involved in a 6 week coaching course, then you simply pay for that. So either way you can enjoy playing tennis as often as you like!

Outdoor Courts: 6

      Indoor Courts: 6

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        Address:
        9 Sportcity Way, Etihad Campus, Manchester, M11 3DU
        Telephone:
        01612 203840
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