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New courts at Wisbech Tennis Club

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There are exciting times ahead at Wisbech Tennis Club with the launch of their two new floodlit hard courts, which have been painted a dramatic red and green.

These complement the existing artificial clay courts, enabling the club to have four floodlit courts available for all year round play and complete their development programme.

Situated behind the clubhouse is a purpose-built fully enclosed mini court, which is suitable for children, less mobile adults and is also an alternative to full tennis.

New tennis courts (46581612)
New tennis courts (46581612)

Mini court tennis is an exciting different game enjoyed by all ages.

The club coaching programme for adults and juniors is run by their coaching provider On2Court.

Courses are held at the club on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and Sunday mornings where all ages and abilities are welcome.

They also offer a 30 day trial for £5 for anyone new to their coaching programme to try out the courses on offer. For more information or to book your trial, please email info@on2court.co.uk.

There are regular club nights held on Monday and Thursday from 4.30pm, where players can turn up and join in, together with daytime sessions on Mondays at 10am and Wednesdays from 2pm.

One of the highlights of the week is the very popular Saturday afternoon session from 1pm to 5pm, with cake at 4pm.

The club has recently launched an exciting new Box League Singles, with five leagues of four to five players to give members more competitive singles play.

Wisbech Tennis Club offers a wide range of affordable membership categories, with special offers for those looking to play during the day and weekends, and some new offers for families.

A Pay and Play Option is also available at £5 per player for visitors, or anyone wanting to have the occasional game.

For further information on the club, contact 07549 263767 or email wtcmembership@hotmail.co.uk, see the website www.wisbechtennisclub.org.uk or find them on Facebook.

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