Where to play tennis in Croydon and how much it costs.
- Addiscombe Recreation Ground.
- Ashaburton Hall and Park.
- Biggin Wood Park.
- Coulsdon Memorial Ground.
- Grangewood Park.
- Park Hill.
- Purley Beeches Wood.
- Shirley Church Recreation Ground.
One may also ask, how many tennis courts are there in London?
|Tennis Court||Brockwell Park 29 Brockwell Park, London|
Just so, how many tennis courts are there in Hong Kong?
Where can I play tennis for free?
Where To Play Tennis For Free
- Council Courts. All those tennis courts you see in parks and playing fields, some of course cost money, but some are available on a first come first serve basis. …
- Community Charities. …
- Club Trials. …
- Universities: Students & Alumni.
Top 10 free public Tennis Courts in London.
- Southwark Park, Bermondsey, London, SE16. …
- Bruce Castle Park, Tottenham, North London, N17. …
- Croydon Recreation Ground, Beckenham, London, BR3. …
- Streatham Vale Park, Streatham, South London, SW16. …
- Dulwich Park, Dulwich, London, SE21. …
- Bush Hill Park, Enfield, London, EN1.
Prices per court hour are £13 (£14 after 5pm, on weekends and on Bank Holidays). A team of coaches are available for private lessons, charging around £45 to £50, although you can bring an extra one or two friends for just £5 or £10 more. Hyde Park Tennis Centre contains six LTA accredited courts and two mini-courts.
Fees vary from £22 to £30 per hour depending on the coach (see below for a list of fees). Non members will pay an additional guest fee, or be asked to join the club.
Wimbledon Park Tennis Facilities
The tennis courts at Wimbledon Park offer a range of tennis courts and surfaces that are suitable for play. The centre has 20 tennis courts with 10 floodlit astroturf tennis courts (artificial grass) and 10 tarmac or hard courts.
Largely because of Wimbledon’s upper-class roots, the regular presence of Royals and time-old traditions often derided as ‘stuffy’, tennis is often considered a ‘posh’ sport in Britain.