About Us

About Thames Valley Tennis

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The Team

Our coaching team is headed by Mekaya Gittens BSc and includes 2 other fully licensed professionals, dedicated to helping you improve your performance and increase your enjoyment of the game.

Mekaya is a full time sports development officer working for Get Berkshire Active. She has a degree in Sports Science and over 5 year’s tennis coaching experience. As a junior she was county champion and completed in all national events. She represented Berkshire regularly in competitions all over the country.

The experienced Thames Valley Tennis team lead by Mekaya will cover all aspects of coaching from Tots tennis to experienced Adult team players.

The Facility

We are based at Thames Valley Athletics Centre, a truly outstanding location situated in the centre of royal Berkshire in the historic town of Eton. The centre is located within the grounds of Eton College steeped in tradition and history.

We play indoors all year round having two full size tennis courts and a large area for mini tennis. All equipment is provided for simply turn up and bring a non fizzy drink.

Since opening in 1999 the centre has been a hub for sport and has delivered World Class Athletes including the likes of Mo Farah. Big stars such as Usain Bolt, M. S. Dhoni and Greg Rutherford have also trained at the centre.

We offer a free car park, comfortable club room with free Wi-Fi and TV. Our why not treat yourself leave the kids with us while you make use of the state of the art gym, relaxation suite or simply book yourself onto a fitness class.

Tennis Coaching Courses Berkshire

For more information on our tennis coaching courses, please call us on

01753 770037

 

History

Our Tennis history dates back to 1921 the club was called The Old Paludians Tennis club. The club was previously based at the Slough Indoor Tennis Centre from 1984 and was originally managed by Ken Fletcher, an Australian who won the Men’s doubles (with John Newcombe) at Wimbledon in 1966.

We currently have 3 Men’s and 2 Woman’s teams competing in the Berkshire leagues and 2 mixed teams in the Farnham common League.

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