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Old Brentwoods Tennis Club

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The Old Brentwoods Tennis Club welcomes players of all abilities and age ranges and is open to all members of the community. There are club nights every Wednesday and Friday evening catering for all levels of ability.

 

Social Play

There are club nights every Wednesday and Friday evening, which cater for all levels of ability. However, outside of these session courts can be easily booked for your own matches.

 

Coaching

Both group and individual coaching is available to adults and children of all ages and abilities. Martin and Rowena, who are both fully qualified LTA coaches lead the programme. And as a result, you will benefit from a few sessions. So if you struggling with your serve, backhand or match play tactics, now is the perfect time to take some lessons and develop your tennis skills.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club currently enter five teams (four mens and one mixed) in the Brentwood Summer League. As well as 3 teams (two mens and one ladies team) in the Stock Winter League. All members, including juniors are encouraged to take part in competitive play. And currently there are a number of youngsters playing in the men’s teams.

 

Membership

Old Brentwoods Tennis Club aims to keep annual membership fees as low as possible and four options exist. These classes are Family, Adult, Student and Junior, and Mini.

 

Extras

There also a number of social events that take place each year, which enable members to catch up and have some fun!

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Ashwells Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM15 9SE
    Telephone:
    07770 672190
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