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We always make our Junior members especially welcome . . . .




Our Head Coach, Bruce Tarran, offers a full programme for ages 4 to 16, beginners to performance players. He also offers individual lessons at £30 an hour.

Juniors are welcome to join the Club at a very reasonable price, which includes the indoor courts ("the Bubble") during the winter months. As a member, there are no additional court fees for coaching and participation in Junior Box Leagues, Ladders, Mini Tennis competitions or tournaments.

To download a copy of our Autumn Juniors Coaching Programme click here.

Our membership fees are as follows and to download an Application Form, please click on the link. When completed, please send it, with your payment, to Membership, Newmarket Tennis Club, Hamilton Road, Newmarket CB8 0NQ.

Membership Category

Full (outside and Bubble)

Youth (18 or under or full-time student)


Junior (under 11)


Cheques should be made payable to Newmarket LTC Ltd

We run junior box leagues, ladders, Mini Tennis competitions and tournaments as well.

Below you'll find further information on our coaching programme.

Beginners to Tournament Players

Our programme starts for children as young as 4 years old.  We can progress your child from pre-Mini Tennis right through to junior performance via our programme.  Mini Tennis is a fun progressive coaching and playing structure designed to maximize a child's potential.  We believe competition is healthy, so we provide regular, fun, competitive opportunities in our programme. Our maximum player to coach ratio is 8:1 - often 4:1.

A little more about Mini Tennis

Mini Tennis is a great introduction to the sport for young children between 4 and 10 years old.  It’s just like the real thing, but with smaller courts, nets and rackets and lower-bouncing balls.

There are three levels of Mini Tennis; Red, Orange and Green, each with their own court size and type of ball.  This tailored approach, based on age and physical maturity enables players to develop vital skills and techniques at an early age.

The low compression balls used in Mini Tennis are also used by clubs and coaches to introduce adult beginners to the sport.  The slower and lower bouncing balls make it far easier to learn the game.

For more information on mini tennis and the new awards check out their website.

Mini Tennis Red

Red ball Mini Tennis is for players aged 8 and under. It is played on smaller courts with shorter rackets and softer balls. It’s just like the real thing and gives the chance to have long rallies and play different types of shot. If you want to know more - click here.


Mini Tennis Orange

Orange ball Mini Tennis is for players aged 8 and 9. It is played on slightly larger courts than red ball, with bigger rackets and balls that are not as soft as red balls. It’s the next stage to go through before playing on a full sized court and it will help players develop all the different shots. If you want to know more - click here.


Mini Tennis Green

Green ball Mini Tennis is for players age 10. It is played on a full tennis court, with bigger rackets and balls that are a little softer than yellow balls. It’s the next stage to go through before playing with a full compression yellow ball on a full sized court and it will help players work on and improve all aspects of their game. If you want to know more - click here.


Holiday Camps - Join in the Action

With loads of skills, drills, games and competitions our fun packed tennis camps are a great way to spend your holiday - meet with friends and make lots of new ones!

Whether a complete beginner or a match player, our courses are tailored to bring out the best in you.  Our progressive course will take you through all the shots and skills you’ll need to love this game for life! As with all our coaching, our coaches are CRB checked.

Junior Camps are suitable for children aged 4+ Half day 10:00am - 1:00pm  

All coaching enquires should be emailed to