The governing body of tennis in Great Britain, the LTA website contains the latest info on national & international tennis players, events, competitions & more. The Official Home Of Tennis For Britain | LTA
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) strives to ensure that all children, young people and adults at risk are safeguarded from abuse and have an enjoyable tennis experience. If you have additional needs that you would like considered to enable you to compete, contact email@example.com
BTCA is the true home of British Tennis Coaching. BTCA is where the best coaches in the UK join up and work together. BTCA coaches can think for themselves and think outside the box, and the coaches that make up the membership of the British Tennis Coaches Association come from all levels of the sport, from top professional players and master performance and level 5 coaches, to tennis teachers working with under 5 year old tennis beginners.
One of the oldest competitions in the annual British domestic sporting calendar takes place next week, celebrating its 125 th anniversary, as the LTA Summer County Cup returns with hundreds of tennis players taking to the courts to represent their Counties all across the country, following the cancellation of last year’s event, owing to the pandemic.
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The British Tennis Coaches Association membership offers a level of independent expression for coaches that enables them to openly share ideas and work through alternative concepts and coaching methods, and membership is open to any reputable individual that holds or is working towards holding a recognised tennis coaching or teaching qualification. Along with an attractive and affordable 'Coach Insurance' package, BTCA also provides coaches with their own personalised websites with ...
The Lawn Tennis Association is the national governing body of tennis in Great Britain, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The organisation was founded in 1888 and seven-time Wimbledon champion William Renshaw was elected as its first president. The purpose of LTA is to promote the sport "from grassroots participation through to the professional game", based on the fundamental belief that tennis can provide "physical, social and mental rewards both on and off the court". The main LTA traini
The Tennis Industry Association UK (TIA UK) was formed in 1998 as the official not-for-profit trade body for the UK tennis industry. Our main objectives are: To help grow the UK tennis economy and provide support to TIA UK members. To provide a platform for networking through targeted events. To promote innovation.