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Thirsk Tennis Club

Thirsk Tennis Club offers all year round tennis to players of all standards and is a superb club in the heart of Yorkshire. The exciting club programme includes weekly social play, coaching and match play. In short, the club offer something for all standards and ages. The clubhouse’s bar is the real centre of the club and is a superb spot for relaxing after some tennis


Social Play

At the heart of the club is popular club sessions which are available all year round. The club’s courts are recently resurfaced artificial grass courts with full floodlighting, and so are great to play on.


If you’re a beginner or re-starter, then the weekly open sessions for 50 yrs plus is your best starting point for building confidence before joining the club sessions. There are club play sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays No need to book just come down and play. Rackets can be provided.



Adam Scaife and Mary Rose provide Coaching for Juniors and Seniors. So whether you want to start playing tennis or want to improve your game, help is available.


Competitive Tennis

There are league teams for men’s, ladies’ and mixed doubles at a range of standards. As well as friendly tournaments.



If you are thinking of joining Thirsk Tennis Club, but not sure whether it would suit you, please join any Tuesday night sessions for fun, friendly, gently competitive tennis. The club offers a range of memberships and visitors are welcome for a small fee.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Artificial Grass: 3

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
  • Bar
Newsham Raod, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 1QP
01423 360863

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