Wraysbury Lawn Tennis Club

Welcome to Wraysbury Lawn Tennis Club

Wraysbury LTC is a private tennis club established in 1922, located between Windsor and Staines. The club is a warm, friendly place to enjoy yourself whatever your level, with abilities ranging from social players through to league team players. We actively encourage juniors and offer them year round coaching, and we also provide coaching for adults. Set in idyllic surroundings with a bowls green on one side and a cricket pitch and village green on the other, we offer the perfect tennis environment whether you are playing or watching.

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The weather was kind (not too hot) and not only was the golf enjoyed by all those taking part but we were able to raise over £1000 on the day for the Royal Marsden Cancer Fund. After a challenging morning’s play we all enjoyed a delicious lunch and much welcome drinks in the clubhouse.

Our particular thanks go to Akira and John Kelvey focentre(centre)r arranging further donations from BP and Chevron Security respectively. As a result, we expect the final total raised to be approximately £1500 - an amazing result - and our thanks go to all those taking part.oints. In second place, with a score of 35, was Colin Stone and third equal Stuart Inger and Chris Wilson on 34.

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The weather was kind (not too hot) and not only was the golf enjoyed

ble to raise over £1000 on the day for the Royal Marsden Cancer Fund.

Our particular thanks go to Akira and John Kelvey for arranging a further donations from BP and Chevron Security respectively. As a result, we expect t final total raised to be approximately £1500 - an amazing result and our thanks go to all those taking part

 

 

 

 What We Offer

Junior Tennis Coaching

Junior Tennis coaching is available for children from two years to 18 years of age and we comply fully with the Lawn Tennis Association's mini tennis guidelines. We also run the LTA's award scheme 'Earn Your Stripes'. This scheme is designed for players between 5 and 10 years to take part in exciting exercises with regular rewards which encourage them to develop their tennis skills at a pace that suits them. You can read more details on our Juniors page.

 

Call us now on 07714766894 to talk to Doug about the tennis courses that best suit your requirements. We welcome enquiries from individuals, families and schools.

*Please note that any child of 5 years or over must become a member after six weeks of coaching  and will then have full use of the club and facilities (but it's very reasonable!). See our Join Us page for more details.at any child of 5 yPears or over, after 6 week’s coaching must become a member of the club in order to play here

 

 

 

 

 

Adult Tennis Coaching

Adult Tennis coaching is available for complete beginners, rusty racquets, and improvers right through to experienced club players looking to develop their skills and tactics.  

Call us now on 07714766894 to talk to Doug about the tennis courses that best suit your requirements. Non-members are welcome to all our classes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interested in playing tennis socially or more seriously?  

If your tennis is rusty or you have not played for years, do not worry! We can cater for all ages, levels of fitness and abilities.  Contact our membership secretary - see our Join Us page for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUMMER BARBECUE

Bank Holday Monday was dry and fairly warm - the perfect weather for our annual summer BBQ. It was a brilliant turn out and a great time was had by all. We started with Pimms, which gave everyone a chance to mingle and chat. Our barbecue chefs were second to none, cooking all the meat perfectly. This was accompanied by jacket potatoes and a selection of salads. The desserts that followed were vacuumed up in no time!  

Thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make the day a success both in preparing food, setting up, cooking and clearing up. It was a real team effort! A special thank you to Nick Garrie, too, for playing a few songs to entertain us at the end.

Left pic: Isabella Makuch (winner) and Emily Spink (runner-up). Right pic: Isabella receiving her trophy  from Club Chairman, Ros Nockles, with Doug Robinson (coach).

UNDER 12 JUNIOR FINAL

UNDER 18 JUNIOR FINAL

 

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

 

 

Shreyaan Gangal (left pic) was the champion, beating Emily  Spink (right pic) in a great match. Emily was presented with the Girls' Singles Cup. Both are photpgraphed with Doug Robinson, the club coach, and Carolyn Humphries, Hon. Secretary, who presented each of them with their trophies.

SUMMER TOURNAMENT FINALS

The winners this year were as follows:

Men's Singles: Tom Oliver

Ladies' Singles: Jane Irwin

Men's Doubles: Tom Oliver and Chao Su

Ladies' Doubles: Jane Irwin and Kate Freeman

Mixed Doubles: Janet Graham and Steve Whiting

WRAYSBURY JUNIORS

Our juniors section is thriving and has had a briilliant year. All their tournaments have now been played in the different age groups. There is a special awards dinner planned for Friday September 7th, when all the winners will be officially presented with their trophies.

Tom (top left). Tom and Chao (top right). Janet and Steve (centre). Jane (bottom left). Jane and Kate (bottom right). All are with Ros Nockles (Chairman) and Anthea Christie (President).