Our Clubs

Challenge Tennis programmes are not just available at one club. Over the years numerous venues have decided to take on Challenge Tennis as their coaching provider. We are really proud to represent these clubs and provide high quality coaching to the venues.

For more information about our venues please see below. If you would like your club to be on this list please see our commercial section.

Great Missenden LTC

Great Missenden LTC

Great Missenden LTC offer a warm, friendly atmosphere with a vibrant junior and adult membership. Members can use our 18 courts on a "turn up and play" basis with no need to book. Their courts cover the three Grand Slam surfaces with grass (Wimbledon), synthetic clay (like Roland Garros) and hard court (US and Australian Opens) and tarmac. 11 of these courts are all weather.

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Chesham 1879 Tennis & Squash

Chesham 1879 Tennis & Squash

This is where our journey started five years ago. Chesham have 9 courts, 6 hard courts and 3 american clay. 1879 is the third oldest club in the country and was founded by one of the founders of Wimbledon.

It has a thriving social scene and has many different adult teams. It also boasts 2 squash courts and a sauna. For more information about the club click here.

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Coleshill LTC

Coleshill LTC

Set in the beautiful Chiltern Hills, Coleshill LTC was founded in 1986 to provide tennis courts primarily for use by Coleshill villagers to engage in sporting, social and fund raising activities for the benefit of the Club. They are affiliated with the Lawn Tennis Association and encourage all members to become individual members of the LTA. In December 2017 the club renewed their 2 courts with synthetic Tiger Turf to modernise and update their lovely facilities. The surface is faster than conventional hard courts and is generally more playable in adverse weather conditions.

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Bledlow Ridge LTC

Bledlow Ridge LTC

Bledlow Ridge Tennis Club is a small, thriving tennis club situated in the heart of the Chilterns in Buckinghamshire half way between High Wycombe and Princes Risborough. They have three courts which have been recently resurfaced, and a small children’s court.

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