The Club

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Welcome to Naphill Tennis Club!

A very friendly club that welcomes new members of all standards. We have 3 Tiger Turf courts, a practise wall and a clubhouse. There are regular junior coaching sessions in the summer and some "Rusty racquets" sessions at the beginning of the season for those who haven't played for a while. There are teams in the local leagues and general club sessions all year round. Either come along to one of these or get in touch with the Secretary - Jenny Tench or call 01494 565406.

New Tiger Turf being installed

Naphill Tennis Club courts being laid

The court surfaces are now in use - why not come and try them?

Naphill Tennis Club new courts

Davis Cup Trophy in High Wycombe

Naphill Tennis Club with The Davis Cup Trophy

The huge Davis Cup trophy visited Buckinghamshire as part of a national tour on Saturday 14 May 2016. Club representatives went to see it and have few photos taken. Thank you Jenny Tench, Sarah Dengel and Steve Hemmings!

Club Sessions

(from April 9th)
01:30 pm
10:00 am
09:30 am
10:00 am
06:00 pm


During the summer and autumn
(according to standard and age)

| 4:15-5:00pm | 5-5:45pm |
5:45-6:30pm | 6:30-7:30pm |

Under 7s Club - Saturdays
During the summer term
Saturdays 9-9:45am

Matches in 2016

Note that home matches will mean restricted court usage for other players. There is a children's Summer Camp from the 18th to the 22nd August which means the courts are unavailable for other purposes from 9:30 till 4:30. Details on the matches, click here.

Rusty Raquets

For players wishing to refresh or start playing tennis.


Members are welcome to bring visitors to play tennis on payment of a fee of £3 adult/£1 junior. Please sign the Visitors' Book in the clubhouse when you come to a club session and hand your fee to any Committee member. After 3 visits, players will be encouraged to become members.


Click map to get directions to parking.

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