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The best outdoor tennis courts in London

Are you looking for an outdoor tennis court in London? Keep reading to find out where you can play tennis in London without becoming a member of a tennis club.

There are many outdoor tennis courts in London where you can play without being a member.  Check out the list below to see some of my favourite spots for playing tennis.

Even though you don’t need to join a club to play on any of these tennis courts, they do book up so I highly suggest making a booking before turning up to play tennis!

 

Will To Win Regent's Park Outdoor Tennis Court

Will To Win Regent’s Park (York Bridge, Inner Cir, London NW1 4NU)

Regents Park is incredibly beautiful which makes the tennis courts here a wonderful place to play tennis. There are 12 hard tennis courts to choose from and they’re surrounded by beautiful trees.  The atmosphere at Will To Win is really friendly which makes it a fun place to meet up with friends for a game of tennis.  There’s also a nice coffee shop and restaurant.


Lincoln's Inn Fields Tennis Court


Lincoln’s Inn Fields tennis courts (44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn, London WC2A 2ES)

I love the tennis courts here, the Lincoln Inn tennis courts feel like a calm green oasis in the middle of a very busy part of London.  There’s a nice bar and restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating which looks onto the 3 hard surface tennis courts.

 

Battersea Park Tennis Court

Battersea Park Millennium Arena (East Carriage Drive, London SW8)

 
I like playing in Battersea Park for convenience and since there are 19 floodlit tennis courts, there’s usually a court available.  You also have a choice of either tarmac or astroturf surface which is nice.  There isn’t a cafe however there’s the Pear Tree Cafe nearby inside Battersea Park.

 

Hurlingham Park Tennis Court

Hurlingham Park (Hurlingham Road Fulham SW6 3RH)

The tennis courts in Hurlingham Park are really pretty.   There are 3 Synthetic grass surface tennis courts.  I loved playing on court #2 because of the tree behind this court.  (Please note, when I last played there, there wasn’t access to changing rooms or bathrooms on the weekends.)

 

 

 

 

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