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The Circle Tennis Club

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Located in the middle of Harborne, a leafy conservation suburb of Birmingham. The Circle Tennis Club is a friendly community sports club that welcomes people of all abilities. From beginners and families to those seeking competitive play in local leagues.

 

Social Play

There are three main social sessions each week. Ladies mix-in happen on Wednesday evenings. Thursday evenings are reserved for mens mix-in. In addition, a general mix-in takes place on Sunday mornings. As a result of these sessions, members of all standards enjoy regular playing opportunities and the chance to improve.

 

Coaching

Edgbaston Priory Community Tennis Programme support The Circle Tennis Club with tennis coaching. Simon Lancaster, the head coach, delivers coaching to several groups of children and adults every Saturday during term time. These sessions enable tennis players of all standards to work on their technique and game.

 

Competitive Tennis

The Club participates in the local Metropolitan League during the summer with 3 mens, 1 Ladies and 1 mixed. The club also runs a Summer Championships. All members are encouraged to participate and therefore have a chance to take part in some match play.

 

Membership

Both annual and pro rata membership is available. Fees are affordable. The subscription options include Adult, Junior, Family and Couple. Visitors are also welcome to play for a small fee.

 

Extras

A range of club merchandise is stylist yet functional!

Outdoor Courts: 2

    • Hard: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

        Address:
        57 The Circle, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9DY
        Telephone:
        07853 114436
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