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Such a great discipline…complex, vibrant, dynamic, and entertaining for players and spectators. It’s a social and an individual activity at the same time. We love the game as much as You do… Our team of tennis professionals always try to share their best knowledge and expertise to improve your level

Most people know that playing tennis is extremely beneficial to your health for a number of reasons. There are of course the physical benefits of the actual exercise that you are partaking in but also there is the social and psychological benefits. Scientists and doctors around the world cite tennis as one of the healthiest activities that you can play because it delivers overall physical, emotional and mental gains and it will add years to your life. Listed below are some of the key benefits of playing tennis and ultimately some of the reasons people choose to play the sport.

Minimal Injuries

Compared to other sports, especially contact sports, tennis is very safe. Most injuries are related to overuse, but with the proper exercises, even those can be minimized or even eliminated. Everyone loves being able to have fun without the risk of injury!

It’s actually affordable

Sure, tennis can be expensive, and it is viewed as an elitist sport. Tennis lessons can be expensive and so can rackets, but once you have the proper racket and footwear, you can find a free court almost anywhere even in public spaces like parks.

It’s good for the body & mind

Tennis is as mental a sport as any. You can be a great player, but not fulfil your potential if your mental game is weak. Playing tennis will help you get in good shape, but it also stimulates your mind in ways that other sports do not. Great tennis players are all mentally strong, and playing tennis will only fortify your mind, helping you out in other areas of your life as well!

You can play FOREVER

Tennis is great for all ages. Children can start very young, often as early as three years old, and you can play until you can no longer walk. People lucky enough to live past 100 can still play the game. What other sport can you play from age 4-104?

It’s better than an anger management session

Tough day at work? Go smash some balls on the tennis court! What better way to relieve stress than by hitting a ball as hard as you can. It feels great, and when they go in, it feels even better!

It is played EVERYWHERE

We mean it, it really is played everywhere. No matter where you are, chances are there is a tennis court nearby. You can find a court and a game almost anywhere you go. And if traveling to play tennis is a plan of yours, you can find spectacular tennis resorts on almost every continent. It wouldn’t be outrageous to think that one day, people will even be playing in Antarctica!

You don’t need to round up a team to play!

All you need is a racket, balls, and one other person to go have a great time on the tennis court. Can’t find a partner/opponent? That’s ok! Most public tennis courts also have a backboard. Go smack the ball against the wall for a while. It will help your strokes and your timing. You will be even better off for your next match!

It’s a great workout

Many sports are great workouts, but few sports offer the fun AND anaerobic activity that tennis offers. Tennis players are almost constantly in motion and using nearly every muscle in their body. In addition to short sprints, there are also constant changes of direction, and motion in every possible angle. It builds muscle and stamina. What’s not to love?

You can play all year round!

Is it snowing outside? Can’t play golf. But you can find an indoor court, usually for less than £25 per hour, and go have a blast while getting a good workout playing tennis. Sure, summer is peak tennis season, but there is no off-season!

It’s social!

Tennis at the amateur level is as much about fun as it is competition. It is a very social sport, allowing you to have fun with your friends and opponents not only during points, but also between, before, and after the match!

Meet our

Tennis Team

Bart Wisniewski

Tennis lessons

My passion for both tennis and skiing started a long time ago when I was a child. I was lucky to have access to public tennis court in front of my grandma’s flat hometown in Lodz, Poland and family members who took me on skiing holidays to Tatra’s mountains.

LTA Level 4 Tennis Coach
BASI Skiing Instructor
CIMSPA Level 3 Trainer
Team Wilson affiliated coach

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Upcoming tennis
series of events

May 29th - Jun 2nd

OX33 1AE Oxford, Straight Mile next to Millennium Hall £ 35 per event
May 1st

Appleton with Eaton Tennis Club and Florence Park, Oxford TBC per event
Apr 3rd - Apr 14th

OX33 1AE Oxford, Straight Mile next to Millennium Hall £ 35 per event

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