RGU tennis is a great club for both experienced tennis players and beginners. Our beginners coaching is run by qualified coaches from within the club and offers a variety of challenges and drills for players along with a good social aspect as well. Coaching taking place every Sunday 12pm-2pm and every second Friday 6pm- 8pm at Westburn tennis centre.
Our club provides more serious tennis players with a good opportunity for competitive play with 2 men’s teams and a women’s team all playing in the BUCS tennis leagues, squad only training runs from 7-9pm at cults tennis club every Tuesday nights. As well as use of indoor courts at Westburn every second Friday 6pm-8pm.
The club runs socials and fundraisers throughout the semester, these are a great opportunity to get to know everyone within the club and make new friends. The club is very friendly and welcoming to new members.
President: Jack Mullan
Vice-Presidents: Rhys Phillips and Natalie Kostafi
Mens First Team Captain: Adam Irvine
Wellbeing Officer: Alice Kirk
Woman's First Team Captain: Alicia Gates
Social Media Secretary: Francesca Bonis
Social Secretary: Helen Muir
Mens Second Team Captain: Josh Crabb
Fundraiser: Megan Stewart
Regular events include:
Squad training Tuesdays 7-9pm at Cults LTC
Squad hitting every second Friday 7-9pm at Westburn Tennis Centre
Cardio tennis every second Friday 7-9pm at western Tennis Centre
Whole Club coaching Sundays 12-2pm at Westburn Tennis Centre
Squad Matchplay Wednesdays 11-3pm at Cults LTC
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