Whether you are a nervous novice, a rusty returner or a keen competitor, Tennis at Edgbaston Priory Club is the place for you.

Our 32 tennis courts are outstanding, maintained by our award-winning groundsteam, and include grass, clay and hard courts (eight indoors) together with all-weather clay and grass courts and a Rebo practice wall.

We’ve also recently introduced Padel Tennis to the club which is proving very popular with members.

We can teach you to play from scratch in six weeks or help you get back into the game. We’ll also develop your matchplay skills and help you build a network of members so you can begin playing matches.

Our social tennis sessions, leagues and club tournaments are perfect for new and experienced players to enjoy regular matches, improve and meet new people.

Our teams enjoy a successful track record at local, regional and national level and we’re always on the lookout for new team members with the motivation to bring home the trophies! 

We offer courses and one-to-one coaching for all ages and abilities, delivered on our world-class courts, including eight indoor courts. 


Off the court, there’s a thriving events calendar, from friendly tournaments such as the EPC Generation Cup and raising funds for St Mary’s Hospice through to our Club Championships and social evenings such as the Tennis summer party and the annual Tennis Awards night.



Our coaches offer coaching for all ages and abilities, from community through to club and performance tennis.
All our coaches are LTA qualified, licenced, DBS checked and first aid trained.

For more details about private coaching contact Abbey Marshall, our Racquets Administrator or the coaches directly for more information, rates and availability.


The Tennis Sub-committee comprises a group of six members elected to represent the tennis-playing membership of the club. The role of the Sub-Committee is to work with the Head of Racquets, Leyla Ogan, other relevant staff and the Board to promote the development, participation and success of tennis activities within the club and to ensure members of all levels and age groups get the best experience possible from their membership.

The Sub-Committee are: Natasha Camenon – Chairperson; Alexander Iles, Joanne During, Andrew Smith, May Darwich and Robert Perks. 


These sessions are free to all Tennis and Racquets members who can sustain a rally and understand the basic rules of tennis – a great way to meet and play with Members of similar ability.

Sessions take place:

Tuesday 10:00am – 12:00am

Wednesday 6:00pm – 9:00pm 

Saturday 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Meet at the Pavilion in the summer or the Indoor Tennis Centre in the winter. A coach or a member of the Tennis Sub- Committee will introduce you to other Members to play doubles with during the session.


There are over 80 teams representing the Club in local, regional and national leagues and the Club has a successful track record at all levels. Team trials usually take place in February and March and team practice is organised by the captains. If you are new to the Club and interested in registering for team trials please contact Leyla Ogan


The Club holds a variety of friendly tournaments throughout the year open to Members of all abilities.  These include Captains’ Day which marks the start of the summer tennis season and coincides with the Wimbledon Ticket Ballot, Wimbledon Finals Day followed by lunch and live broadcast of the Men’s Final and the Memorial Tournament the final event of the summer. 


All Members are invited to take part in the annual Club Championships, a prestigious event, with the winners’ names celebrated on our Honours boards.


We are one of the LTA’s designated regional player development centres, offering world class coaching to promising young players between 10 and 14.

Our overall performance programme works across a wide age range of players. Juniors from age six can join the programme and players from 11 to 16 follow a development pathway with the aim by the age of 16 to be eligible to join the LTA Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE).

Between the ages of 16 to 18 players can pursue the scholarship route to either British or American universities, or transfer onto the men’s and women’s professional circuit.

All programmes are bespoke to each player, depending on the athlete’s current requirements, goals and ambitions.


If you have any queries about Tennis at Edgbaston Priory Club please contact our Racquets Director, Leyla Ogan at