Tennis Court Tube Map: Find Your Local Court
1 July 2019 • By - Emilie Adib
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Wimbledon is finally here and the next fortnight promises to be another tennis festival as all eyes turn to SW19. To celebrate we’ve created our 2019 edition of the Tennis Tub Map.
Joanna Konta is gearing up for her first Grand Slam since reaching a third Grand Slam semi-final at Roland Garros. She will be one of our great hopes despite her warm-up efforts in Birmingham not going to plan.
Seven British players in total have been granted places in the Wimbledon main draw, with starlet Paul Jubb joined by Kyle Edmund, Jay Clarke, James Ward, Heather Watson, Harriet Dart and Katie Swan.
Andy Murray announced earlier in the build-up that he will play doubles with Brazilian Marcelo Melo, after winning the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club playing alongside Spain’s Feliciano Lopez.
Find your local tennis court
The British weather is set fair and Londoners will be flocking to their nearest tennis court, so we wanted to give tennis players the inside scoop into the best places to play tennis in London.
Many of these tennis courts might not be well known and Playfinder is pulling back the curtain to reveal where they are and easiest way to get to them. Tennis is a wonderfully fun sport to play and a great way to catch-up with friends or meet new people in the city.
At this time of the year, London’s tennis courts often get booked up as quickly as a John Isner hammer serve, so hurry if you don’t want to miss out.
Wherever you’re living or working in London, we’ve got your tennis fun covered, with tennis courts on every underground line. Just find your local court on the Tennis Tube Map and click the link below to book online through the Playfinder website or app for iOS and Android.
Click on your nearest court below and happy hitting.
Can’t find a tennis court near you? No problem. You can find plenty more places to play tennis in and around London on our dedicated tennis page.