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Getting Started

Tennis in Birmingham getting started

Whether you want to learn how to play, improve on your skills or just turn up on court when it suits you, there's an option for everybody.


Urban Tennis

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There's something for everyone inside the Urban Tennis Passport. To find out more and to access a FREE session voucher at your nearest participating venue, download now!

Urban Passport





LTA Mini Tennis

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This four-stage programme for kids aged 3-10 is played on smaller courts, using smaller nets and rackets and lower bouncing balls. It's a perfect introduction to the sport. Find our where it's available here. http://www.lta.org.uk/allplaytennis/venues/?l=birmingham



Tennis Xpress

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A six-week course for adults covering all the basics. Ideal for those who've never played, or anyone looking to refresh their skills and get back into the game Find our where it's available here.

Tennis Freestyle

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Tennis Freestyle focuses on freestyle tennis tricks you can play anywhere, on your own or with friends, have a look http://www.tennisfreestyle.net/

No experience is needed, and it’s a great way to gain confidence.

Public venues and facilities

Parks

Cannon Hill Park

A community programme for all ages runs on three of the five courts at Cannon Hill very weekend. You can also enjoy refreshments at the park café. Call 07930 404565 to find out more..

Gilbertstone Park

Three newly refurbished courts await you at Gilbertstone Park in Yardley. Join in the fun programme and call 07970 533649 for more info.

Queens Park Court

Situated on Court Oak Road in Harborne is Queens Park. Just below the basketball area are three tennis courts where a weekend programme runs. Call 07930 404565 to find out more

Pype Hayes Park

Just off the Chester Road in Sutton Coldfield, Pype Hayes has four tennis courts with a free tennis programme for all ages every Sunday from 10am – 12pm. To register & for more information go towww.pypehayestennis.co.uk

Community venues

Billesley Community Indoor Tennis Centre


A large indoor and outdoor tennis facility that's open to everyone with no membership required. Find out more here, or call 07930404565.

Lordswood Community Tennis Club

All ages are catered for with a daily programme at Lordswood. The five courts of which three are floodlit are part of Lordswood Boys School. Click here to find out more or call 07930 404565.

Hamstead Tennis Club

Hamstead Tennis Club in Handsworth Wood is a beautifully refurbished venue with four hard courts. There are pay and play opportunities for the local community as well as annual membership. Download details of the coaching programme, which is accessible without membership or go to www.hltac.co.uk for more information.

Erdington Community Tennis:

Based in Brookvale Park , ETC has two hard courts overlooking the river. The group run singles leagues and also provide coaching. Find out more here:http://www.erdingtontenniscommunity.co.uk/

Play tennis with your local community group who have trained tennis activators: See the attachment below for a list of groups.






Tennis in Birmingham Playing For Fitness

Tennis in Birmingham Playing to Win

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