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Courts Reopened

Following the Government's recent decision on easing the restrictions for certain outdoor activities, we are pleased to announce that our courts will be open from Wednesday 13th May 2020. Please note that there are national regulations as well as LTA and Tettenhall Tennis Club guidelines which are important and you should read carefully before coming to ... More


Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, the courts at Tettenhall Tennis Club and the clubhouse at Wolverhampton Cricket Club will be closed until further notice. We look forward to seeing you back on the courts as soon as possible. Keep safe and take care. Tettenhall Tennis Club More

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Tettenhall Tennis Club would like to wish all its members a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. More

Frank Jenkins

Article by Megan Archer, Express & Star Frank Jenkins, from Tettenhall, in Wolverhampton, may be turning 90 next year but he has no plans to give up the sport. He was ranked the 11th best tennis player in the world for his age group – the over-85s – when he joined the circuit aged 84. And last year he was in the top 20. Usually compet... More

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Message from Recycaball

Hi Everyone, Just a quick message to let you know about our charitable donations for January to March 2018. We Make Donations Of Tennis Balls To The Following Charities / Organisations : Save The Children, NSPCC, Barnardo’s, Under Privileged Nurseries / Schools, Children's Homes, Animal Rescue Centres, Dog Shelters, & The RSPCA. This Quarter ... More

Latest Match Results

03/05/18 - Hanbury Men 2-2 Tettenhall Men 05/05/18 - David Lloyd Dudley Ladies' B 3-1 Tettenhall Ladies More

Adult and Child Tournament 2018

Tettenhall Tennis Club will be hosting our annual Adult and Child Tournament on 3rd June. Keep an eye out for more details in the next few weeks! More

Recycaball Used Tennis Ball Recycling

Tettenhall Tennis Club uses Recycaball who are a company that buys unwanted used Tennis balls from Tennis Clubs for recycling. Once we can get a batch of 200 balls, Recycaball will pay the club 17.5p for each ball. You may have noticed the black bin next to the table and bench on the first court, this is where we collect the used balls before we send ... More