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Swavesey and Over Tennis Club

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Swavesey and Over Tennis Club is a small, friendly club which welcomes all ages and abilities. Based in Swavesey Village College in Cambridge, the club organises professional coaching along with social and competitive tennis. So regardless of your age or standard, the club has something for you!

 

Social Play

Monday is club night all year round. This social session provides a superb way to play some tennis, get playing tips and meet new people. In summer members also meet on Wednesday evenings. It’s easy to book court with plenty of slots open on weekday evenings and weekend mornings.

 

Coaching

The club’s excellent coaching programme is lead by Over and In. Both group and individual lessons are currently available. Some free, LTA funded coaching is available and is also open to non-members.

 

Competitive Tennis

As a social club, Swavesey and Over Tennis Club does not offer any competitive league play. However, the does organize a few friendly club tournaments each year. If you’re after more match play, then it could be best to look at other local clubs.

 

Membership

Adult membership cost less than £1 per week. Many other membership options are available which are just as affordable and enable all to join.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Hard: 2
  • Astroturf: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

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      Address:
      Swavesey Village College, Gibraltar Lane, Swavesey, Cambridge CB24 4RS
      Telephone:
      01954 234453
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