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Tennis in Leeds

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As one of the fastest growing cities in the UK and renowned across Britain for being one of the country’s sporting hubs, you won’t find many better places to play tennis than in Leeds. Whether you’re a first time hitter looking to break into the sport, or a seasoned pro on the search for your latest opponent, you’re sure to find the best tennis activities and facilities in Leeds.

If you’re based in Leeds and looking for somewhere to play tennis, we have all the information you need about clubs and tennis hotspots in the area.

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Play tennis in Leeds

In Leeds you’re never short of opportunities to play tennis thanks to the many fantastic venues across the city. Leeds is home to over 200 tennis courts with its brilliant club and park venues, a vast number of which are readily available to book through LTA Rally, either as pay to play or even for free.

Leeds also offers a multitude of opportunities for players to get involved in disability tennis. Venues such as the Cultiv8 Performance Academy run a variety of sessions from Junior and Adult Wheelchair Tennis to Visually Impaired tennis, all through the LTA Open Court programme.

Here are just a few of Leed’s fantastic tennis venues and clubs available:

  • Armley Tennis Centre
  • Cross Flatts Park
  • East End Park
  • Fearnville
  • Harehills Park
  • John Charles Centre for Sport Tennis Centre
  • Kirkstall Abbey Tennis Club
  • Roundhay Park Tennis Courts
  • St Chads Tennis Club

You can find a tennis court in Leeds using our tool to see a list of available locations.

Cardio Tennis

Cardio Tennis is a fun, sociable group fitness class with a tennis twist. This tennis workout is open to anyone - all ages and abilities!

Padel

Padel is a rapidly growing sport across Europe, it is played on an enclosed court about a third of the size of a tennis court.

Rules & scoring in tennis

The rules of tennis are controlled by the International Tennis Federation.