Club seeks more young tennis talent this spring

Tunbridge Wells Lawn Tennis Club

A MAJOR Tennis club in Tunbridge Wells is calling for more junior players to take to their courts this summer as part of their May membership offer.

Tunbridge Wells Lawn Tennis Club (TWLTC) is encouraging bright and talented players between the ages of four and 18 to join their extensive junior training programmes and become a member of one of the most prestigious clubs in the country.

The programmes, running each term, are led by a team of experienced and qualified coaches who take players from beginners to regular competitors, for team or country.

Coaches will monitor each player’s progress carefully, giving every opportunity to maximise a student’s potential and keeping parents updated on their child’s development along the way.

Players are able to join internal and external tennis leagues from friendly one-day tournaments to big LTA graded competitions.

The club is one of the largest in the South East, with almost 1,000 members, and 13 all-weather courts and eight grass courts with most of them flood-lit. They are suitable for players at all levels, whether it’s for a competition or a social match.

TWLTC is one of the oldest clubs in the country, having been established in 1898 at the Nevill Ground with a cricket pitch, athletic track and six courts.

The club is proud of its inclusive ethos and welcomes players of all ages and abilities, whether they are picking up a racket for the first time, returning to the court after a break, or are regular players looking to find a place to play.

This May, TWLTC is offering memberships with no joining fee to all new players. For information contact:

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