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Townsend Tennis Club

Townsend Tennis Club is located at Townsend Sports and Bowls Club and is the home of tennis in St Albans, Hertfordshire. The club’s excellent facilities include 8 courts and a clubhouse with bar.

 

Social Play

With a lively social tennis scene, there are opportunities to play tennis each and every day. Whether you want to play with other as part of a club session or book your own court, the choice is yours.

 

Coaching

The club has excellent tennis coaching which is lead by an LTA qualified coach. Coaching is provided in both group and individual sessions for all standards. Monday evening adult classes continue to be popular and Monday morning Ladies groups are growing. Cardio Tennis is also available and is a fun tennis workout, which takes place to fast beat music that really burns the calories.

 

Along with the coaching sessions for juniors, there’s also a free Club Night for junior members on a Monday evening.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club has 7 men’s teams and 5 ladies teams who play in the Herts league and a mixed team in the Watford and District. Three Herts Hot Rackets teams are active and there’s also a full range of Teams competing in Winter Veteran’s leagues. So, if you are interested in playing competitive tennis, then Townsend is an excellent place to be.

 

Membership

Townsend Tennis Club welcomes new members and offers a good range of membership options to suit every taste.

Outdoor Courts: 8

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Astroturf: 2
  • Artificial Clay: 3
  • Acrylic: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    8 Waverley Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 5PA
    Telephone:
    01727 846333

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