Junior Tennis

Tennis

Roehampton Club offers its Junior Members a comprehensive tennis coaching programme with over 60 junior coaching groups every week during term time and camps during the school holidays. Individual lessons can be booked directly with our many coaches.

Coaching and Tennis Clubmark

In 2010  Roehampton Club attained the LTA Tennis Clubmark, which was developed  to recognise and reward clubs for the important contribution they make in developing tennis players and to British tennis in general.

Tennis Clubmark is the LTA's club accreditation programme. Achieving Tennis Clubmark means that the LTA endorses and supports  the tennis programmes which Roehampton Club delivers on court and the policies and procedures  we have in place off court. It provides a framework that ensures our programmes, policies and procedures  are all in line with best practice.

Junior Coaching

Roehampton offers after school and weekend coaching in Term times throughout the year. The LTA programme is delivered for Mini Red, Orange and Green balls, with different levels of Yellow ball programmes, by Roehampton's LTA qualified coaches.The coaching programme has been developed  for 2012 to offer more opportunities for juniors to enjoy the social aspect of this wonderful game.

Matches

Friendly matches are organised against local clubs and these fixtures are open to all Members keen to participate. Roehampton Club participates in National Junior Tennis League Tournaments and teams are selected by Club coaches.


Squash and Racketball

Saturday morning clinics take place for Junior Squash Members of all standards. Junior tournaments and inter-club matches are happen regularly. 

Club Charter for Squash

Roehampton Club has the Club Charter Silver Award and is also a Mini Squash Approved Centre. "The Club Charter is a progressive club development programme that aims to increase the number of adults and juniors playing squash and racketball in clubs, increase the recruitment, education and development of coaches  and volunteers, and improve the infrastructure of the club network.

Put simply, if a club has achieved Club Charter status, you know that it has excellent facilities, offers a welcoming environment, sets high standards in child protection, and works closely with local schools to develop the future generations of squash and rackball players".