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Tennis Courts

COVID-19 secure ‘play safe’ guidelines – return to play (16 October, 2020)

Booking courts on-line are in full swing following the LTA’s most recent guidelines. Before leaving home to play tennis, all participants should undergo a self-assessment symptom check for any COVID-19 symptoms using the information on the NHS website

Court Charges

Court charges are set by The Royal Borough of Greenwich and for 2020 are as follows:

  • Court Fees: £6 per hour
  • Flood-lit Tennis: £8.50 per hour*
  • Concession / Student**: £4 per hour
  • Children play free***
  • Go Play: £48.00

* To play with flood-lights purchase and charge a smart card with credits on-line

**Upload a Greenwich Higher Saver Card or equivalent before booking

***Children under 16 play for free any-time up until 6pm when courts are available

Court Booking Policy

Go Play Pass

The most economical way to enjoy tennis if you and your family/partner/flatmate play regularly (we really hope you do!) is to purchase a Go Play Pass. For an annual fee of £48 you can book tennis courts for no extra charge. Read our FAQ’s

*Flood-light tennis is available to book.  Purchase a Smart Card and credits on-line.  Arrange to collect your Smart-Card before booking a court.

Play safe guidelines

Updated 16 October, 2020

These COVID-19 guidelines apply to England only. They have been produced in line with Government announcements on the introduction of this new tiered approach to restrictions. Outdoor tennis activity can continue in Tier 2 (High) and Tier 3 (Very High) areas in line with the current national guidelines.

To help understand what the Government’s new rules mean for tennis activity by tier, the LTA have produced a summary grid accessible below