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About Our Club

Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club is a private members club and was founded in 1922. Today, we are one of the major clubs in the country, and are proud of our LTA Tennis Clubmark Accreditation in recognition of delivering a quality tennis development programme and operating in line with best practice.

The Club is located on the north side of Birmingham in Highbridge Rd, Wylde Green and shares the site with Sutton Coldfield Squash Racquets Club. With two indoor courts and nine floodlit outside courts, it is one of only a few private members clubs in the Birmingham and Midlands area that can truly support tennis all year round.

The Club has a separate refurbished gym with a full range of resistance and cardiovascular equipment. Gym membership is available to non-members as well as tennis members. There is also a function room with its own bar and is available for hire to members & non-members.

Club Facilities at a Glance

2 indoor courts available for members and non-members.


Courts are available to book either by the hour, or on a block booking basis.


Block bookings are for a 17 or 18 week period, January - April, May - August & September - December.

The club features 10 well maintained outdoor courts, 7 astro-turf courts, 6 of which are floodlit and 3 hard courts.

There is a dedicated junior zone with 2 short tennis courts and a practice wall with targets for use by all tennis members.

The Club has a separate newly refurbished gym with a full range of resistance and cardiovascular equipment. Gym membership is available to non-members as well as tennis members.

We have a licensed bar open every evening and weekends from midday where, after a session on the tennis courts or in the fitness room, you can unwind and socialise with the many friends you will meet at the club.

There is also a function room with its own bar and is available for hire to members & non-members.

Our car park has recently been resurfaced and provides free car parking for its members and guests.

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Ann CrabtreeDaisy is definitely a 'smashing' young lady. She played for Ladies 4th team at very short notice a few weeks ago. What a star!😄😄

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I am somewhat biased in thinking that tennis is the greatest game in the world. I can honestly say I would not be the person I am today without the influence of the game. Of course sports in general can teach profound life lessons but tennis is unique because it is primarily an individual sport but can be played as a team as well. Here are the top 5 profound lessons I believe tennis teaches. I think often we can get caught up in tournaments, rankings, team records, and possible US college scholarships. If a child learns these 5 things from tennis, regardless how far they get competitively, they will be successful.

#1 – Develop a Strong Work Ethic

To be good at tennis it takes hours upon hours of training and practice. There is no magic or secret recipe. The formula is simply good old fashioned hard work. Players learn that hard work beats talent when talent does not work hard.

#2 – Dream Big and Go After It

Tennis allows children to dream big, aiming for the club, school or county team, winning a tournament, playing in college/unversity, and maybe even beyond. They then learn how to make these big dreams take shape in the form of goals and objectives along the way.

#3 – Learn That Setback & Successes Are Both Helpful

There will be both setbacks and success over the course of a tennis career. A professional tennis player was once asked what attribute was needed to be successful at that level and his answer was “a stomach for losing.” Children learn that successes are an opportunity to grow and build confidence while setbacks are an opportunity for improvement and reveal character.

#4 – Develop Perseverance

Perseverance is the virtue that allows an athlete never to quit, no matter how great the adversity. Children discover how difficult it is to keep going when things are going poorly, but at the same time are developing courage.

#5 – Learn How To Seize The Moment

Competitive players quickly learn the opportunity to take charge of a tennis match present itself quickly and can disappear even faster. It is a learned skill to recognize this moment and be willing to dive into it. Children learn that dreams and goals can be made but courageous action must be taken when the time comes to take advantage of an opportunity.

These 5 lessons happen over the course of a child’s long-term development in the sport of tennis and they take some nurturing as well. They are not always easy lessons to learn either but as with many things in life nothing truly worth while is typically easy.

Tennis allows children to dream big, aiming for the club, school or county team, winning a tournament, playing in college/university, and maybe even beyond. They then learn how to make these big dreams take shape in the form of goals and objectives along the way. is already involved in tennis then I hope this reaffirms your choices. And if you happen to be a player go back and re-read all 5 of those lessons just one more time and be proud if you have learned any or all of those lessons through this great sport.
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I am somewhat biased in thinking that tennis is the greatest game in the world.  I can honestly say I would not be the person I am today without the influence of the game.  Of course sports in general can teach profound life lessons but tennis is unique because it is primarily an individual sport but can be played as a team as well.  Here are the top 5 profound lessons I believe tennis teaches.  I think often we can get caught up in tournaments, rankings, team records, and possible US college scholarships.  If a child learns these 5 things from tennis, regardless how far they get competitively, they will be successful.

#1 – Develop a Strong Work Ethic

To be good at tennis it takes hours upon hours of training and practice.  There is no magic or secret recipe. The formula is simply good old fashioned hard work.  Players learn that hard work beats talent when talent does not work hard.

#2 – Dream Big and Go After It

Tennis allows children to dream big, aiming for the club, school or county team, winning a tournament, playing in college/unversity, and maybe even beyond.  They then learn how to make these big dreams take shape in the form of goals and objectives along the way.

#3 – Learn That Setback & Successes Are Both Helpful

There will be both setbacks and success over the course of a tennis career.  A professional tennis player was once asked what attribute was needed to be successful at that level and his answer was “a stomach for losing.”  Children learn that successes are an opportunity to grow and build confidence while setbacks are an opportunity for improvement and reveal character.

#4 – Develop Perseverance

Perseverance is the virtue that allows an athlete never to quit, no matter how great the adversity.  Children discover how difficult it is to keep going when things are going poorly, but at the same time are developing courage.

#5 – Learn How To Seize The Moment

Competitive players quickly learn the opportunity to take charge of a tennis match present itself quickly and can disappear even faster.  It is a learned skill to recognize this moment and be willing to dive into it.  Children learn that dreams and goals can be made but courageous action must be taken when the time comes to take advantage of an opportunity.

These 5 lessons happen over the course of a child’s long-term development in the sport of tennis and they take some nurturing as well.  They are not always easy lessons to learn either but as with many things in life nothing truly worth while is typically easy.

Tennis allows children to dream big, aiming for the club, school or county team, winning a tournament, playing in college/university, and maybe even beyond.  They then learn how to make these big dreams take shape in the form of goals and objectives along the way. is already involved in tennis then I hope this reaffirms your choices.  And if you happen to be a player go back and re-read all 5 of those lessons just one more time and be proud if you have learned any or all of those lessons through this great sport.
Massive congratulations to Duc & Christina Pham beating Ed & Will Stead in the final of the Quorn parent and child tournament held at the club last week. Gosh some parents are soooo competitive. #greatfun #lovetennis

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Nia SteadThanks for organising it. Wills loved it.

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