Tennis Club

Tennis Club

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Aerial View of courts

The tennis courts—there are three all-weather courts on-site—are managed and maintained by Amovate’s Tennis Section.
You will find the courts on the road to Monte Clerigo from the Pines Roundabout. You will come to a fork in the road just less than a kilometer from the Pines Roundabout. Take the right fork signposted Monte Clerigo, and within just 30 metres or so, you will see the tennis courts on your left.
If you wish to play tennis the procedure is to telephone Peter Johnson, who is in charge of the tennis section, on 961 666 825, to arrange either a weekly pass (€10 per adult per week) or a yearly membership (€26 per adult per year) which of course works out at a mere 50c per week.

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Aerial View of courts

This annual membership allows you to use the courts at any time.
The €10 weekly pass enables you to use the courts at any time for that week, except for the times shown below which are specifically for Tennis Members.
Please call this number ONLY at the following times:

  • Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm;
  • Saturday 10am-12 noon;
  • Sunday No Calls, Please.

The practice and play times reserved exclusively for Tennis Section Members are on Tuesday afternoons 4.00 pm until 6:00-ish, and Sunday mornings from 10:00 am until 12 noon.
We are a mixed group of players, ladies and gentlemen of varying standards, and anyone who wants to join the Section and come along and hit a ball is welcome. It should be noted that players are not covered for injury insurance, unless they arrange their own cover, depending on personal preference.
If you wish to join the tennis club, please download & complete the form below and take it with your €26 to the Amovate office any Friday between 4pm and 5pm. Alternatively, if you are unable to print the form, you can collect one from the Amovate office.
Or, for more information, please contact Peter on  961 666 825, but only at the times stipulated.

TENNIS CLUB MEMBERSHIP FORM

(Photos courtesy of Keith Fathers)

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