This year at RGU tennis we will be having both a men’s and women’s team competing at BUCS League. Both teams will be playing singles and doubles matches across Scotland.

Coaching will take place at Westburn tennis club from 9am to 12pm every Sunday starting from the 27th of September. Team training will take place on Sunday nights at Cults Tennis Club. Matches home and away will take place every Wednesday. There will also be indoor touch tennis (Foam balls) every Thursday from 4pm to 6pm. Rackets and balls will be provided at training sessions. All sessions will cater for a variety of abilities, whether that is a beginner or an advanced player.

Social nights will happen throughout the year and fundraising events such as fancy dress and pub quizzes will also take place.

 

Training Venue:

RGU Sport

Westburn

 

Training Times:

Thursday: 16:00-18:00 (RGU Sport)

Sunday: 12:00-15:00 (Westburn)

 

 

 

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