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Whether you are a player or simply a tennis enthusiast, you are not short of opportunities to get involved with tennis at university. You can join your university tennis club, become a coach or volunteer or just pick up a racket and have some fun on your local courts.
Keep an eye out for taster sessions and open days and find out whether your university has a University Tennis Coordinator you can get in touch with.
Find out more about how to get involved with tennis at university, whether it's through playing, coaching or volunteering.
The standard of British University tennis has increased significantly in recent years and universities now offer a wide range of courses to help accommodate students who want to develop their tennis careers.
The support available through the University Tennis programme aims to grow the game, by creating more opportunities for students to play and compete. It also aims to provide students with the latest training packages, for those that have an ambition to become part of the future workforce for British tennis. Support is available to all universities and at a range of different levels to help increase and improve tennis provision.
Don't forget all universities are able to apply for an annual Development Award and an undergraduate Student Tennis Ambassador, designed to grow the game with staff and students and there are plenty of resources available from the Tennis Foundation and LTA.
Information for Universities to get all levels of player involved, whether it is through Cardio Tennis, Short Tennis or Traditional Tennis
Information and resources for universities to run various levels of competition.
Information for helping people interested in tennis to develop their skills beyond playing.
Information for universities on linking up with local tennis clubs, parks or indoor centres.
Universities can apply for a financial grant to support their performance programme and British tennis can offer advice and support on how to get the most out of your performance programme.
Read what other universities are doing to develop tennis!
If would like more information, please contact Alistair Higham, Universities Manager
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