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St Serfs Tennis Club

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Located in the Trinity area of Edinburgh., St Serfs Tennis Club is a friendly tennis club. The Club welcomes and encourage the development of players of all ages, and members have the opportunity to participate in regular competition as well as social play.

 

Social Play

The club hosts regular social tennis which are open to all members. Currently, there is a social tennis session on a Sunday afternoons. You will also be welcome at this session if you’re thinking about joining. If you want to organise your own games, then there’s plenty of court available.

 

Coaching

The club’s coaching partner is Deuce Academy. Head coach Neil Harden runs a full programme for Kids. There are weekly term time after-school lessons and Saturday morning sessions. As well as tennis camps in the school holidays. Also Neil and the team offer an exciting range of adult coaching. In addition to regular group coaching, one-to-one lessons are also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re look for competitive play then club teams are active in the East of Scotland Tennis Leagues. And as a result, the club is always on the look out for new team players.

 

Membership

St Serfs Tennis Club offers Adult, Junior and Family membership. And since there are no joining fees or playing in tests, the club is very easy to join.

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 9

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      50 Clark Road, Trinity, Edinburgh, EH5 3AP
      Telephone:
      07932 254117
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