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Raynes Park Residents’ Lawn Tennis Club

Raynes Park Residents’ Lawn Tennis Club was established in 1947. In 2013 the club moved to new facilities which include 5 new courts with a clubhouse.

 

The club provides a friendly, family, atmosphere. New members of all ages and abilities are always welcome.

 

Social Play

There are various club sessions throughout the week, which cater for all ages and standards of play. These turn up and mix in sessions are great for staying active and meeting new people.

 

Coaching

Head Coach, José Marquez is a highly experienced and inspirational tennis coach. He teaches both adult and junior groups at the club as well as private lessons. Cardio Tennis and Tennis Xpress courses are both available and offer something different from the regular coaching.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club currently has 3 men’s, one ladies’ and 1 mixed team playing in the winter and summer leagues.

 

As a very active club, both winter and summer club tournaments take place and all members are welcome to compete. Friendly matches occasionally take place with other local clubs in order for the club members to experience the fun of playing unknown opponents.

 

Membership

Everyone is welcome at Raynes Park Residents’ Lawn Tennis Club. There’s a variety of membership options for adults, students, juniors, as well as social. And since the club has some of the lowest subscription rates in the area, joining represents great value for money.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Hard: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Meadowview Road, Raynes Park, London, SW20 9AN
    Telephone:
    07743 226500
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