The Best Indoor Tennis Courts in London
5 March 2019 • By - Maariyah Shaikh
The British weather is never quite forgiving and the thought of playing a tennis match in the pouring rain is enough to test anybody’s breaking point. However with Wimbledon only a few months away and British tennis going from strength to strength. It is the perfect opportunity to grab a racket and play at some of London’s best indoor tennis courts. Check out a few of the best places Playfinder has to offer during the very confusing British weather!
The Islington Tennis Centre is situated in North West London and considered one of the most popular tennis courts in the country. With over 6 indoor tennis courts on offer you’re spoilt for choice, all the courts can be booked without a membership giving you the flexibility to pay as you play. This centre is open to all capabilities with access to free parking, rackets and changing rooms.
Next is the winner of Playfinder’s 2015 award for Outstanding Sports Venue. New River Sport and Fitness is based in Haringey and is a venue committed to the development of grassroots tennis. Enclosed within a dome, this venue is great for teams or individuals looking for a one-off match, although the venue can cater to block bookings too. On site changing facilities are available too, so you can jump out of your work wear and into your sportswear. It’s also within walking distance of Wood Green station but if you don’t fancy the pre-workout, on site parking is available
A great venue for anyone who lives and works in South East London, within walking distance of New Beckenham station. Regardless of your level of experience this indoor tennis court is open to the public. The centre offers mini tennis for all the young tennis prodigies with sessions starting from £25.00 per hour.
Based in the heart of North London and founded 100 years ago, this venue is the place to be for every tennis enthusiast. With 6 indoor courts available, there is no shortage of play time. This is the perfect centre for tennis all year round with a permanent dome covering the hard (macadam) indoor tennis courts. If you’re after a late night session, the centre is well heated and brilliantly floodlit. To top it all off, did we mention that the centre closes at 23:00?
A venue that caters for beginners, intermediate players and tennis enthusiasts, offering after school hours to play. The indoor tennis courts are well marked and cater to various formats, with singles being the most popular. The venue is also open to hire during the weekend so you have plenty of opportunity to get a match in.