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Being unavailable never felt so good

Tuesdays are all yours. Take your game forward with Tennis Tuesdays.

Each week’s session focuses on a different area of the game to improve your ability with a mixture of skills training from professional coaches and match play with other women at your level. We provide the courts and rackets – you get the fun and can be as competitive as you want, without feeling under pressure.

So clear your calendar and find your nearest session.

What are you waiting for? #GoHitIt #TennisTuesdays

Tennis Tuesdays. Social tennis. Serious fun.




Do you play a lot of tennis? Do you have consistent groundstrokes and know how to create opportunities to attack and win points? If so, you’re more than welcome to join us. Have you considered competing? Find more about tennis competitions across the UK.



Do you play or did you used to play fairly regularly during the summer? You can not only get the ball over the net and are comfortable with forehands and backhands but can also control the direction of the ball? You know where to stand and how to score? Join us at Tennis Tuesdays and book your session from the end of April. Find your nearest session here



Do you play a handful of times a year or perhaps you haven’t played in the last couple of years? You can hit the ball over the net and in the court to have a short rally with a partner but you still make quite a few mistakes? Then Tennis Tuesdays is for you – find your nearest session here.



Are you new to tennis or have you only played a few times before and would like to build your work on the basics of the game? We recommend you check out Tennis Xpress; click here to find out more.

Where are they?

Tennis Tuesdays sessions are run at venues across the UK.

New locations and sessions will be added throughout the summer so please come back regularly to check for new courses.

Ready to Play?

Find a place to play near you.

About the Sessions

In Tennis Tuesdays sessions you will learn new skills each week and then have the opportunity to practice them in an informal match.