Durham University. Durham University is ace at tennis: it has the highest ranking university tennis club in the country and has the number one ranked male and female player in the UK in the 2017 national university leadership rankings. Durham University currently has eleven tennis teams: six men’s and five women’s teams.
University Tennis in Great Britain is thriving, with club membership booming and elite success being achieved on the international stage. The transformation of tennis in the higher education sector in recent years has been phenomenal, making it an exciting place to develop your tennis.
The BUCS Tennis Individual Championships is the single biggest individual-based tennis competition in British university tennis. The competition is comprised of 5 regional singles qualifying events followed by national finals for singles, doubles and wheelchair events. Full details including entry information will be available shortly.
The Loughborough University National Tennis Academy will deliver a pro-style, interdisciplinary training environment tailored specifically to prepare players for the demands of pro tennis. Loughborough Sport Tennis has a comprehensive weekly programme to suit all levels and forms of motivation. This includes a first class training programme for ...
The University of Nottingham Tennis Story Our aim is simple, ‘to deliver the best university tennis programme in the UK.’ We have been constantly improving every year due to the hard work of all our members, coaches and comittee officers.
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The University of Manchester Tennis Club provides an inclusive, supportive and welcoming environment for tennis players of all abilities – whether you’re a beginner who’s never picked up a racquet or a competitor who’s played to a high level. The Club intends to foster player development and experience through offering an accessible ...
Former Stirling student Gordon Reid has won the Austalian Open Grand Slam in the wheelchair final and won gold in tennis at the Paralympics 2016. Gordon still trains at the Scottish National Tennis Centre on campus. We’re recognised as a Performance University by the Tennis Foundation for its comprehensive level of support for students.
Its tennis academy was established in 2011, now offering a daily, flexible programme of tennis coaching and academic education on site, tailored per child. It is supported by James Auckland , Director of Premier Tennis, himself a former professional tennis player who was British No. 1 doubles player (2005-07).
Named as University of the Year in the national 2020 LTA Tennis Awards, our mission is to create the most unique tennis environment and experience in the UK. From tots picking up a racket for the first time to touring professionals playing at Grand Slams, student-athletes combining world-class study and sport to enthusiastic members of […]