Service information on this web page applies to the national lockdown period of 5 November – 2 December, 2020.
Tennis courts at West Park, East Park, Claregate playing fields and Bradmore Recreational Grounds will be closed until the lockdown restrictions are lifted.
Playing tennis during lockdown
We have lots of opportunities to play tennis in Wolverhampton
A game of tennis can be enjoyed for FREE in our parks, just bring your racket and ball.
Or you can hire a court and racket at
Alternatively, you can get involved in Wolverhampton Parks Tennis Leagues
For those looking for coaching, or more regular competition you could join one of our many Tennis Clubs in the city
- Woodfield Sports and Social Club
- Hanbury Lawn Tennis Club
- Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis and Squash Club
- Linden Lea Tennis Club
- Albert Lawn Tennis Club
- Tettenhall Tennis Club
*Please note we do not endorse sports clubs, and would advise people to check they have all relevant policies and procedures in place(particularly for those with junior sections) before joining.