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Meadows City Tennis Club

Meadows City Tennis Club is a friendly members’ club offering social and competitive tennis for adults and juniors. Formed in 2003 as part of the LTA’s City Tennis Club scheme. Members have been meeting at the courts ever since. Play occurs on the public courts at the East end of the Meadows which is a fantastic and beautiful location. The club rents its court time from Edinburgh Leisure who run the courts.

 

Social Play

The club organises an extensive social tennis programme. However, as there is limited court space and time, adult social tennis is aimed at players of an intermediate level. As a member you can book a court at any point.

 

Coaching

While the club doesn’t offer any coaching, Edinburgh Leisure who are based at the Meadows courts provide a range of courses and private lessons. Meadows City Tennis Club has a separate junior club with dedicated supervised sessions.

 

Competitive Tennis

Teams compete in East of Scotland Lawn Tennis Association. Meadows City Tennis Club also run a number of club competitions and tournaments. So regardless of your abilities, the club provides a range of match play.

 

Membership

New players are always welcome! Experience the club before joining by playing at a social tennis session. As adult membership costs just over £1 per week, becoming a member of Meadows City Tennis Club is affordable. And the benefits far out weight the cost.

 

Extras

The club also sells a range of branded merchandise. In addition, members receive a 10% discount at Bruntsfield Sports (not on re-stringing).

Outdoor Courts: 16

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Macadam: 16

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

      Address:
      Melville Drive, Edinburgh, EH8 9NR
      Telephone:
      07919 377027
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