West Bridgford Tennis Club is one of the leading clubs in the East Midlands.
Our comprehensive development programme provides coaching and competitive opportunities for players of all ages and abilities throughout the year.
In particular our club is proud that both the Mini Tennis Programme and the Performance Programme have been awarded accreditation by the Lawn Tennis Association.
Our aim is to maximise every players’ potential so, whatever your aspirations, there should be a course suitable for you.
For new players, a short assessment session can be arranged with one of our coaches, free of charge, who will advise you on the appropriate coaching course for your standard. The coaches monitor all players throughout the coaching sessions and at the end of each course, will advise players (or parents of juniors) of their progress and on appropriate follow-up courses.
All our Coaches are friendly, LTA Qualified and accredited. Accreditation implies that a coach has the clearance provided by a DBS Check. Click here to get to know our coaches better…
Please follow the links below to find out more about the coaching courses we offer;
Our disability programme started in 2002, under the heading of Access Tennis, having been made possible through grant funding.
The programme gives people with disabilities the opportunity to learn to play tennis, whether as individuals or as groups such as school groups.
To date the programme has enabled approximately 200 children and adults to experience the game of tennis.
Club sessions are held from 7.30pm to 9.00pm on Saturday evenings. This provides additional play for those who want to learn more and is a first step of integration into a club environment.
An Access Tennis 3-day clinic is held during the summer holidays.
Players with a learning disability, who would like an opportunity to progress further, can attend the East Midlands Special Olympics Regional Squad. This squad is based at our club indoor courts. Many players attending this squad have competed in the British National Learning Disability Weekend, and have represented the region in the Great Britain Special Olympics.
If you would like to find out more, contact Matt Whitehead at the club.