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Tennis

Boughton Park Lawn Tennis Club was founded in 1929. It now has 4 all-weather, floodlit courts, and 3 superb grass courts, which are maintained by the Golf Club Greenkeepers, and are regarded as some of the best grass courts in the County.

During the year, there are a number of mixed social tournaments, and a summer Club Tournament, usually run on a knockout basis. Junior membership has thrived over recent years, and many of our juniors now play in the club Teams. We also have link with the University of Worcester, and they have court access at certain times.

There is a thriving Tennis section, with play available for Men’s, Ladies, and Mixed teams in the Hereford and Worcester Summer and Winter Leagues. There is mixed social play on Club nights, and match practice on a Tuesday evening throughout the year.

 

Official opening of the Maurice Jacobs Umpire's chair - Sunday 15 December

"I love hearing stories about local volunteers and true tennis raconteurs like Maurice. What a final to be part of! I remember watching that one as an 8 year old tennis fan, sitting alongside my wooden Donnay and playing against the wall, once the five setter was done, and Borg had won!
A fitting tribute for Maurice's contribution as an official, a coach and volunteer at Boughton Park LTC.  I'm sure Maurice and his family will be really proud. 
Cheers, Van."
Van Willerton
Participation Development Partner, LTA

 

 

 

 

 

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For players new to the sport we offer a 3 month Tennis Taster membership for a one off payment of £52.

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For more information on all of our tennis activities please see the Boughton Park Lawn Tennis Club website

 

New! Club tennis kit is now available. Click here to visit our online shop.

For more details on how to join our tennis section, please email [email protected]  or telephone 01905 422555.

Wednesday morning coaching session…

Wednesday morning coaching session at Boughton Park Lawn Tennis Club goes from strength to strength- probably something to do with post Christmas resolutions....????