An inspiring centre for tennis
Team Bath’s all-encompassing tennis programme is one of just four LTA International High Performance Centres in the UK – recognised as having exceptional tennis facilities available to performance athletes (junior and senior), members of the public and students.
At Rio 2016, Team Bath MCTA-based tennis player Marcus Daniell represented New Zealand as he moved from 389th to 53rd in the ATP world doubles rankings since moving to the Sports Training Village.
Our tennis programme is divided into three main areas:
- Team Bath MCTA – our academy programme for performance athletes
- University Programme – for students looking to combine their studies with mid-to-good standard tennis
- Club Programme – our tennis provision for junior and adult players of all ability looking to make use of our state-of-the-art facilities
Our video below helps provide an insight into how our performance programme runs:
We regularly host holiday camps for children from 4-16 years old. Sessions are tailored to all abilities, developing key fundamental skills through fun games and point play.
For full details about our upcoming holiday camp, see our Coaching, courses and classes page.
We offer a thriving club coaching programme for all ages and abilities, including options for individual lessons.
Our team of first class tennis coaches each have experience of playing tennis at a high level and work hard to tailor coaching sessions to suit the needs of individual players.
Book a court
Play tennis on the same courts as used by international standard athletes at the Sports Training Village.
Concessions are staff, under 16s, over 60s, disabled customers, Alumni card holders and external NUS card holders.
Call reception on 01225 386339 to book a tennis court.
A great tournament venue
Our world class facilities are host to many county, regional, national and international competitions. If you are interested in finding out more about entering and what we have to offer please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Tennis > Barry Scollo
Tennis Academy & Operations > Peter Martin