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Wye Tennis Club

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Wye Tennis Club is a superb example of a friendly, welcoming grass roots, community club. The club’s principle objectives is to make tennis accessible and affordable to all who would like to participate in this wonderful game. Tennis is a game that provides, fun, friendship and fitness. Plus, you can learn to play at any stage in life, even into your sixties!

 

Social Play

There are Ladies mornings, Seniors mornings, and Club nights, which cater for all standards and abilities. From the social player to the serious league standard player.

 

Coaching

Wye offers sessions for everyone and are fortunate to have three coaches who between them coach a weekly average of 240 juniors and 60 adults. Also, The club runs three scholarship schemes, which enable promising juniors to receive weekly coaching, paid by the Club.

 

Competitive Tennis

Wye Tennis club offers a range of competitive tennis. In addition to a number of club tournaments, a wide range of team compete in local leagues.  The club is active in the Ashford and District Summer League with mens, ladies and mixed teams. A number of junior teams compete in the Aegon Leagues.

 

Membership

The membership fees at Wye Tennis Club are amongst the lowest in the country. A family membership is £215, Adult under 60 years of age, £105, Over 60 years of age, £95 and a Junior or Student is £45.

 

Extras

Courts can also be hired on a pay and basis to non members at just £5 per hour.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Macadam: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Wye playing fields, Bridge Street, Wye, nr Ashford, Kent, TN25 5EA
    Telephone:
    01233 666026
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