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Marlborough Tennis Club

Marlborough Tennis Club was founded in 1911 with six grass courts. Currently, the club rents courts from Marlborough College and is hoping to move to Marlborough Golf Club.

 

Social Play

Club sessions which offers mix-in play for all abilities (adults and teens) take place on Sunday mornings all year round. As well as on Monday and Tuesday evenings during the summer. Plus as a member, weather permitting, you can use free court for your own games.

 

Coaching

The club aims to develop tennis skills within the community by providing coaching for people of all ages, especially young people. Junior coaching takes place on Saturday mornings and is open to all. The club’s active coaching programme, links in with Marlborough Leisure Centre and local schools. Plus, there is an annual mini tennis festival for the schools in conjunction with St John’s school.

 

Competitive Tennis

As well as coaching and social tennis, the club competes with 6 adult teams in the Swindon and District Tennis League, and several junior teams. And so there’s plenty of opportunities to compete for the club.

 

Membership

If you’re looking at joining Marlborough Tennis Club, then you’ll be glad to know that adult membership starts from a little over £1 per week. And of course, the club provides a range of other membership options.

 

Extras

In order for the club to grow, members are fundraising for six new courts which will be located at Marlborough Golf Club and should be ready for summer 2018. There are many way for you to get involved and help to encourage more people within Wiltshire to play tennis.

Outdoor Courts: 6

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

          Address:
          The Tennis Club (Near Marborough College), Preshute Lane, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4HQ
          Telephone:
          01672 511963

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