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Tennis Clubs in Berkshire

Here is a list of Tennis Clubs to be found in Berkshire – catering for adults and children.

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Tennis Clubs in Berkshire

Berkshire County Sports Tennis Club, Sonning – You can play in the evenings and the mornings against other Club members and they also offer Junio Tennis Camps. You can find out more on the website.

Shinfield Tennis Club, Reading – Shinfield Tennis Club is a members club, with weekly Coaching, Club sessions, competitive tournaments and fields a variety of teams playing matches across Berkshire. For Juniors and Adults. You can find out more here.

Wargrave Tennis Club, Reading – Have 8 courts and offer coaching, tournaments and social tennis to adults and Juniors. You can find out more here.

Bracknell Lawn Tennis Club, Bracknell – Offer membership, coaching and competitions for adults and juniors. They have hard courts and an artificial clay court. You can find out more here.

Crowthorne Tennis Club, Crowthorne – Offer tennis coaching sessions, competitive opportunities and social events for all ages. They also run tennis camps. You can find out more here.

Latika Junior Tennis Club, Binfield – A unique junior’s only LTA registered club offering coaching and competitive options for children. You can find out more here.

Purley on Thames Tennis Club, Reading – a small friendly club with three courts. Offer junior and adult coaching, social tennis and group play options. You can find out more here.

Caversham Park Tennis Club, Reading – Organised social sessions, coaching and competitive tennis are all available. Beginners, ‘rusty rackets’, improvers and advanced players are all catered for. For adults and juniors. Click here for details.

Wokingham Tennis Club, Wokingham – LTA registered Tennis Club offering a range of Tennis. They are a competitive match playing club, they run an extensive Coaching programme, offer a variety of social play options and offer the ability to simply book a court to play other members. You can find out more here.

Pangbourne Tennis Club, Pangbourne – Welcomes everyone – adults and juniors. With three well-maintained, all-weather courts, modern LED lighting and an excellent club house shared with Pangbourne Bowls Club, it’s a great place to play. You can find out more here.

Newbury Tennis Club, Newbury – aims to provide a family environment  promoting the enjoyment of playing tennis in a relaxed and friendly environment. You can pay and play for court hire, and they have two affordable membership options to play and access their activities all year round. Find out more here.

Wellington Real Tennis Club, Crowthorne – boasts a first class playing court which is named ‘The Maltby Court’ and professional team to make your real tennis experience as enjoyable as possible. They have an active fixtures calendar with home/away matches against other clubs and organisations. You can find out more here.

Woodland Lawn Tennis Club, Tilehurst – a friendly club and welcomes players of all ages and standards. The club runs a number of regular social sessions for general play as well as several teams in the local summer and winter leagues, for those wanting something a little more competitive. They have a number of coaching activities and opportunities for junior coaching as well as tournaments. You can find out more here.

Windsor Lawn Tennis Club, Windsor – offer tennis for juniors, adults, social players and competitive players alike. They have 3 indoor acrylic courts and 8 outdoor courts. Find out more here.

Caversham Lawn Tennis Club, Caversham – They have 9 high-quality courts, of which two are covered in the winter. Offer tennis for adults and juniors. Click here for more.

Basildon Tennis Club, Reading – exists for anyone who is interested in playing tennis; whether you want to play at a social level or want to improve in order to play at a competitive level. Find out more here.

Royal Ascot Tennis Club, Ascot – Offer adult and junior coaching, social events. You can find out more here.

Royal Berkshire Tennis Club, David Lloyd, Bracknell – lively racquets club is the perfect place for beginners and experienced players alike. With indoor and outdoor courts across a variety of surfaces, including Junior Tennis Stars Coaching. Click here for information.

Twyford Tennis Club, Reading – have three floodlit all-weather tennis courts. Offer coaching, camps and tournaments for juniors. Click here for details.

Hungerford Tennis Club, Hungerford – It is a friendly club of mixed standards which welcomes people of all ages and abilities. Find out more here.

Sandhurst Tennis Club, Sandhurst – You can find out more about coaching and club sessions here.

Slough Tennis Club, Slough – Slough Tennis Club work with Thames Valley Tennis to provide coaching for children and adults and have a number of teams that play in the local leagues. You can find out more here.

Aldermaston Lawn Tennis Club, Reading – The club has the use of 4 good quality grass courts, which are open from May to September. Please note they do not offer coaching but do have social play and competitive tennis. Click here for details.

Bucklebury Tennis Club, Reading – a small village club offering family, competitive and social tennis to those who live in and around the parish. Find out more here.

Riseley Tennis Club, Riseley – a sociable club with members aged from around 4 to 80. They have four floodlit hard courts for all-year round play and a clubhouse. There are regular club events, on-site coaching for adults and children provided by an LTA registered coach and the chance to compete in tournaments. Find out more here.

Binfield Tennis Association, Binfield – open to people of all ages and all tennis-playing abilities from beginners to club-team players. Find out more here.

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