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Our top four options across the UK:

  • The first court is located at Hove Lawns and has tarmac courts. For those who are interested in playing there, please note that they require membership fees.
  • For a free option, check out Millennium Park: it has 12 lit outdoor courts and 4 indoor ones. The only catch is that their hours are limited so be sure to call ahead before visiting them on the weekend.
  • If you're looking for a place with lots of options, then we recommend visiting The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club. They have 16 outdoor courts and 20 indoor ones!
  • The last tennis court on our list is located at Botanic Gardens in Glasgow: it has four tarmac courts that are open year round but they do not allow playing during the winter.

Top 2 tennis courts available in the midlands

England is a nation of tennis lovers, and there are countless courts to enjoy the sport.

Here we list two recommended ones for those in the Midlands area:

- Warwick University (QR code) This university has two public outdoor courts available during summer periods only. The court offers an excellent opportunity to play some friendly games with other students or members of staff at this prestigious establishment; it's also possible to book time on one as part of a membership scheme for non-residents who want to use them outside their normal opening hours. Guests will have access between 11am until 12pm Monday through Friday but must be accompanied by either a student or member of staff at all times. Visitors should contact Sports Centre Reception first before, as drop-ins are not typically available.

- Coventry Tennis Centre (QR code) This tennis centre provides a superb opportunity for those on the outskirts of Birmingham to get their game up and running with three public outdoor courts. The site is available from Monday through Friday between 11am until 12pm, as well as Saturday from 11am - midday. We recommend that visitors contact Sports Centre Reception first before visiting so they can book you in for one of these sessions; drop-ins are not usually permitted at this venue either: please note all players must be members or sign up during opening hours in order to play here.

Please refer below to find out more about publicly accessible tennis courts near you!

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