The Tennis Hub - Programme Goals & Objectives


The Tennis Hub at St Clements main goal is to provide a family friendly programme for all levels and abilities. Our objective is to give whole families the opportunity to gain a love for tennis and enjoy playing with each other as part of a family day out, as well as having the option to take part in a specific programme designed to cater for each individuals age and ability.


Mini Tennis is designed for players from 5-10 years old and is a great way for children to be introduced to tennis or continue their progression from Tot’s Tennis all the way through to playing on a full tennis court. It is played with shorter rackets, softer balls and courts become bigger and wider as they move through the age/ability traffic light system, (red, orange, green) allowing players to develop a rounded game whilst learning a range of techniques and tactics.There is also the chance to Earn Your Stripes through the Mini Tennis rally awards.


Junior tennis squads and events are aimed at players from the ages of 11-18 years old. These sessions are played on a full-size tennis court with full compression yellow balls. The main purpose of these sessions is to continue to work on technical and tactical development and train for team tennis matches. The idea is to prepare our junior players to integrate with our adult programme through their tennage years. Also, to involve as many as possible in helping and assisting with out Tots and Mini Tennis Programmes.  


We run a number of classes throughout the week which cater for men and woman of various levels. These include; ladies tuesday intermediate group, a doubles specific session, and Saturdays mixed tennis xpress.


(Reception – Year 6) Looking for something fun that will keep your child active, while developing their FUNdamental skills (Balance, Co-ordination, agility & speed), then sign up for our school holiday tennis camps. Available to book online


Aegon Team Tennis is a team based competition open for all LTA Registered Venues. It aims to provide players of all ages (8&U – Open) with regular league matches, against similar standard players in a competitive team environment. A total of 6,032 teams from over 1,050 venues played in Aegon Team Tennis 2016. The 2016 season saw a record number of 9,837 fixtures completed across Great Britain.


Tennis Xpress is a beginner adult introductory coaching course for players who want to learn the basics of the sport.  Designed as a nine-hour course over six weeks, Tennis Xpress is centred on the use of modified equipment such as slower bouncing green and orange balls to ensure that players quickly learn the game of tennis; being able to serve, rally and score by the end of the course.