We are extremely honored in our Centenary Year to be invited to be part of the The Association of Centenary Tennis Clubs . This historic group of clubs have all celebrated long and illustrious histories  . Centenary  Clubs span the length and breadth of the world and include some of the most prestigious locations and venues.  We are very proud to be included along with 7 clubs who have already been members in the UK.  We look forward to being a worthy and valuable member.

More information can be found a Centenary Clubs website

07/05/2020

As you are aware, following the Government and LTA guidelines, Chandos Tennis Club had to close its doors on Friday 20 March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Unfortunately, like many others, our brilliant, friendly and enthusiastic team of coaches have not been able to work and are therefore struggling through these tough and unprecedented times.

A funding page has been set up to try to help them through this difficult period. If you can, please try and support them, all proceeds will go directly to them.

Our coaches have put together some fun tennis activities for you to try at home while you’re stuck at home during lockdown. Let us know if you have any ideas for more videos you would like to see and don’t forget to send in videos of you taking part!

Denzell Darkey won  the Invitational Winter National Tour 10 and under Finals.

The event took place at the prestigious National Centre in Roehampton by the Lawn Tennis Association.

16 players of the best players in the 10 and Under age group over the year were invited to play in the season finale.

Denzell kept his focus, winning all of his matches without dropping a set and won the final 4-3, 4-3 against Henry Hughes .

We are very proud to be recognised in the U.K. as being an official partner of the world famous Nadal Academy Clinic and in doing so, are able to offer our members preferential discounted rates at their Academy in Mallorca, Spain. As part of our partnership, we will be holding clinics for the Academy to showcase their coaching techniques with their own coaches on court…

On 20th October 2019 Chandos Lawn Tennis Club hosted an invitational tennis competition in support of the sufferers of Motor Neuron Disease, including long time club member Simon Brennan.

The competition was run by head coach Javier Romero and thirty two eager  teammates of Simon and other club members raised funds in support of this debilitating disease which has no known cure (yet).