Play The Game

Whatever your skill level, we have something for everyone at Rhondda LTC:

Book a Court

Our Tennis and Multi Sports Courts can be booked by both members and the general public for private use via our website Booking Courts page or the Clubspark Booker App. 

Club Nights

These are members-only sessions for adults and invited juniors, however if you would like to come along for a try before joining we would be glad to welcome you! Contact Us for more information. We can provide you with racquets and balls to start you off.

  • Social Tennis runs every Tuesday, Wednesday* and Thursday from 5pm to 8pm, MAY TO NOVEMBER where the courts are reserved for members to organise their own games of Singles or Doubles. Members are expected to give way to other members waiting after playing a maximum of one set to enable everyone to play.
  • Mix-In Night runs every Wednesday from 6pm to 8pm, ALL YEAR ROUND, WEATHER PERMITTING where a Coach or Volunteer organises everyone. Just turn up and play! Members must rotate as instructed by the coach or volunteer running the session.

Team Tennis

Members have opportunities to play for our Men's, Women's and Mixed teams in the South Wales Summer and Winter Leagues. FIND OUT MORE

Coaching Opportunities

Our Coaching Programme in partnership with Tennis Squad is open to both club members and the public and includes:

  • Tennis for Free - Year-round coach-led activities for Juniors, Teens and Adults on Saturdays from 10.30am to 11.30 am.
  • Squad Coaching - Year-round structured group sessions for Juniors, Teens and Adults to develop their game in a friendly and sociable environment. Junior Coaching runs Saturdays 9am (ages 5-8) and 9.45am (ages 8-11), Teen & Adult Coaching runs Tuesdays 6pm (Beginner - Improver) and 7pm (Intermediate). More Youth sessions coming in 2024!

Discounted coaching rates apply for club members. 

Take up Tennis
A recent study showed that tennis helps prevent musculoskeletal problems in the over 50s - even more so than running, cycling or going to the gym.

'Tennis is great as an all-round sport,' says sports and exercise scientist Dr. Matthew Jackson, from Liverpool Hope University, which carried out the research,. 'It targets the cardiovascular system but also improves your muscle mass and bone-mineral density because it's weight-bearing and incorporates aspects of power and strength.'      (Women's Weekly June 2020 Edition)