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Oakley Tennis Club

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Located near Basingstoke, Oakley Tennis Club is a thriving, friendly village tennis club. Founder over 50 years ago, the club is open to all who wish to play, support or otherwise encourage the game of tennis. Plus, with new courts, there’s never been a better time to join!

 

Social Play

There is regular social tennis on Tuesday afternoons. As well as Monday and Thursday evenings. These sessions attract players of differing standards and allow members to mix in and play tennis in a relaxed environment.

 

Coaching

Currently, Oakley Tennis Club does not have a coaching programme. So, if that’s top of your list, then it might be worth looking at other clubs.

 

Competitive Tennis

7 league teams from Oakley Tennis Club compete in the Basingstoke and District tennis leagues. In addition, the club holds 2 charity tournaments each year. These prove to be very popular with both members and also with neighbouring tennis clubs.

 

Membership

Various membership options are available and cater to all types of tennis player. However, it’s always worth attending a Tuesday social tennis session to try the club out before joining.

 

Extras

As a registered as a Community Amateur Sports Club, by joining you’re helping to build a stronger local community and support grass-roots sports.

Outdoor Courts: 4

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        Andover Road, Oakley, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG23 7HA
        Telephone:
        01256 781905
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