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University of Bath Tennis Club

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As one of just four LTA International High Performance Centres in the UK, The University of Bath Tennis Club has exceptional tennis facilities.

 

Social Play

Playing with friends on an indoor tennis court is easy. Simply call the front desk to book. The centre is open 7 days a week until late each day.

 

Coaching

Three strands form the club’s programme. The first, Team Bath MCTA is an academy programme for performance athletes. For students, there’s a University Programme, which enables them to combine studies with mid-to-good standard tennis. Finally, there is a general club programme, which open to junior and adult players of all ability.

 

With a team of superb tennis coaches, the club’s coaching programme is open to all ages and abilities. Individual lessons are also available.

 

For juniors there are regularly holiday camps. These events enable children aged 4 to 16 to develop key fundamental skills through fun games and point play.

 

Competitive Tennis

While the facilities are often used to host tournaments, the club doesn’t offer any competitive tennis.

 

Membership

As courts as available on a pay-as-you-play basis, you can play whenever you feel like playing. However, if you are a regular user, there are a range of affordable membership option.

 

Extras

If you enjoy watching tennis, then the University of Bath Tennis Club’s facilities are host to many county, regional, national and international competitions, throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 0

      Indoor Courts: 4

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Cafe
        • Pro Shop
        Address:
        Sports Training Village, Bath, BA2 7AY
        Telephone:
        01225 386339
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