Welcome to Tring Tennis Club
2013/2014 Season – the important forms!
Membership is now due (Form)
Junior membership application (Form)
We are a well established Club, run entirely by volunteers, with six all weather courts, all of which have the added benefit of floodlights that are available until 10.00pm each night.
We play teams in the Summer and Winter Aylesbury and District League plus two teams in the Summer Herts League. We run up to 8 teams, comprising of 2 mens, 3 ladies, 3 mixed and one vets in the Summer with 2 mens, 3 ladies and 3 mixed in the Winter.
The majority of our adult members are Full playing members. Club play is on Wednesday evening and Saturday afternoon when order of play is determined by a rota system. There are also morning club sessions on Monday and Thursday mornings. The main club tournament runs through May to July and several American tournaments are held during the year.
There are also Midweek Members who must be over the age of 18 and may play Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) until 5pm. Please note that most courts are required for coaching weekdays from 4-7pm during term time. Details are available in the clubhouse.
We have the provison for beginners to use the Club facilities as Intermediate members. It is intended that this should be for 1 year only, during which time coaching can be arranged with the objective of becoming Full members the following season. Intermediate Members may play at any time except Saturday afternoons and Wednesday evenings (Club sessions), or when the courts are required for coaching or matches.
We have a large Junior membership, including Under 10s, for whom coaching is arranged Monday to Friday evenings throughout the school year. For information about coaching please contact the Head Coach. There are many opportunities for Juniors to play competitive tennis both within the club and against other clubs. On Saturday mornings a Junior Club is held from May to the end of August when there is organised play and ladder matches are arranged. Refreshments are available.
Iain Rennie & Tring Tennis Club
We are delighted to announce that Tring Tennis Club and Iain Rennie Hospice at Home will continue to work together through 2013, building on the relationship developed since 2010. Iain Rennie’s skills in PR and marketing will be a real asset fo us and in return we will be helping Iain Rennie raise their profile even further in the local community and raise funds at special events. For further information on Iain Rennie, go to their website here
Paul Hobday is the Head Coach at Tring Tennis Club . Paul is the single point contact for all coaching at the club and will also be providing a racquet re-stringing service. You will now be able to get your racquet re-strung on a Wednesday club evening while you wait! Paul’s contact details are on the coaching page of this website.
Group adult coaching is available to members and non-members of all standards. Contact our coaching team or you can download details of current courses here .
Car park security
Please do not leave valuables in your car when playing tennis. Also, please do keep an eye out for anyone who doesn’t seem to fit. Let’s not have any more victims. Thanks.
We have now added Monday to the midweek schedule, so midweek tennis will now meet on Monday and Thursday mornings.
British Tennis Membership
Many members have already signed up and joined ‘British Tennis’ but we still need to encourage other members to do so. There’s no charge for membership, but there are benefits for us as a Tennis Club. The more members we have joined up, the bigger the benefits we receive! For example, it was soley due to our current BT membership numbers that we received an additional 11 pairs of tickets from the LTA for this year’s Wimbledon tournament. Please do sign up! Thanks. Download application form
New: On-court fitness sessions now available
Enjoy a heart-pumping workout and improve your tennis along the way!!
Download details here
Cardio Tennis is an exciting new group activity that’s gathering hundreds of new fans every day. Not only does it provide the ultimate high-energy workout and a great alternative to the gym but it also develops your tennis skills, whatever your level of play. All evidence strongly suggests, too, that it can help reduce the risk of heart disease and will improve overall health and fitness. So all in all, Cardio Tennis is a very welcome new addition to the range of activities on offer at Tring Tennis Club.
You don’t even need to be a tennis player to enjoy Cardio Tennis. If you can swing a racquet, you can enjoy a level of workout that more than rivals the gym. And if you’re a decent tennis player, you can only improve the level of your game. In fact, if you’re short of a tennis partner or your regular partner can’t provide you with the level of workout you’d like, this is an amazingly enjoyable alternative to a match! (Open to members and non-members!)