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South Hampstead Tennis Club

South Hampstead Tennis Club is a small club in North London, which offers tennis for all ages and abilities. The club offers great value for money and new members are welcome.

 

Social Play

The club has an exciting social life with regular social play. Each week members meet for social tennis on Wednesdays evenings and Saturday and Sunday afternoons. So it’s easy to meet other players who can match your level of tennis. Plus with virtually unlimited court time, you can arrange your own games whenever you feel like playing tennis.

 

Coaching

There is professional coaching for all ages and skills. As well as excellent junior coaching and development programme. So whatever your age, if you want to develop your skill, there’s plenty of opportunities to do so.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking for more match play, then there is a range for players of all skill levels. Club teams compete in Middlesex summer and winter tournaments. And there is also a number of club tournaments each year, which are open to all members.

 

Membership

South Hampstead Tennis Club offers Flexible membership packages. Including full, junior and family memberships. No Joining fees. Plus if you’re under 8 years old, membership is FREE!

 

Extras

The club has a bar, which is perfect for relaxing and watching the courts. As a friendly bunch, members enjoy meeting off court for regular social events.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      1 Milverton Road, Brondesbury Park, London, NW6 7AR
      Telephone:
      02084 592348

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