Come and enjoy what is probably the cheapest tennis in Warwickshire!
Tysoe Tennis Club is a small and welcoming club which opened in 1989. We have two floodlit courts with modern lighting. We offer a valuable facility for the community of Tysoe and the surrounding area at very reasonable cost.
Our main focus is to provide good facilities for all members to play some enjoyable tennis. We also play matches in the Banbury and District League (mixed) and in the Stratford & District League (ladies) - in both summer and winter and we have a men’s team in the SWAS League this summer. More information on our Members’ News page.
We are actively recruiting more members of all standards and we’d especially like to build up our junior groups and make sure that youngsters have the opportunity to use their skills to best advantage. NEW JUNIOR COACHING SESSIONS INTRODUCED. Please skip to the coaching tab for the link to the training provider.
We have teams playing in Ladies, Men’s and Mixed leagues and club tennis sessions run all year round on Sunday mornings from 10.30 am and on Tuesday evenings during the summer at 7pm and, of course, members are welcome to create their own informal sessions when the courts are vacant. Just check out the home matches scheduled before you set out.
So if you are interested, just come along and join in. Then, if you want to become a member, pick up a form from the clubhouse next to the courts or click the Membership button from the menu.
We look forward to meeting you very soon.
Tysoe Tennis Club
Main Street Tysoe Warwickshire,
Behind THE OLD FIRE STATION
Post code: CV35 0SW
Phone: 01295 680659
Membership Fees to end March 2019
Family: Up to two adults and any children under 16 on 01.04.2018
Seniors: Over 18
Students: Over 16 but in full-time education
Juniors: Under 16 on 01.04.18
TEMPORARY COURT CLOSURE FOR REFURBISHMENT WORKS!
FROM 19th April to 23rd April for court re-painting INC 3 days to allow for drying.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
In the meantime the courts can be used on the condition that all players use alternative footwear to walk up to the courts, across the field, and then change into playing footwear.
This is to avoid mud being carried onto the courts as they have already been power washed.