Tennis Holiday Camps

Get your tennis shoes on and join us on a tennis holiday camp!

Every day is action packed with team games, tennis drills, matches and even the 'Mini-Olympics'! Score points for your team, become champions in the Davis Cup tournament, and make great friends along the way. Activities are divided into age groups, and all players aged from 5-15 are welcome.

What does a camp day look like?

The camp day runs from 10am - 4pm. Each day will comprise of a warm up, followed by specific shot practice and team games in the afternoon. 

Watch campers and coaches in action!

 

 

Our LTA-qualified coaches keep track of individual progress, and huge improvements can be made fast with special tips on technique and style for each camper. Prizes are awarded for effort and achievements throughout the week.

Camps take place at outstanding venues throughout Oxfordshire, Surrey and Northamptonshire - including the renowned Dragon School, Rye St Antony School and Charterhouse Club - with great tennis facilities and indoor back-up if needed.

Over 1,500 campers donned their tennis gear and joined us for a great time last year - and we hope you'll get involved in soon!

More details can be found below - or get in touch to book before places run out!

Upcoming Dates

Premier Tennis camps run in Surrey, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire in every school holiday (including half terms).

We are fortunate to call a number of schools and sports centres home for our camps - top class facilities in a safe environment.

See a full list of upcoming and current holiday camps (which you can filter by venue)

How much does it cost?

Standard hours are 10am - 4pm.  Early drop-off (from 8.30am) and late pick-up (up to 5.30pm) are available for a small charge.

The daily rate is reduced when campers attend the full week; we've found campers have the most fun and learn the best when they can join us for the whole camp.  

Book early and you could save money! Contact us to see if an early bird discount is running for your preferred camp.

Group discounts are also sometimes available - get in touch if you'd like to book a large number of places.

 

Can I pay with childcare vouchers?

Yes!

Many of our venues are OFSTED registered, meaning childcare vouchers can be used. This also means that we have additional child safety measures in place at each venue.

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What kit do I need?

Campers should bring a lunch and water bottle to stay well-fed and hydrated, and a good pair of tennis shoes - but we can provide everything else they need.

Rackets can be borrowed at the camp, but it would be a great help if you could request this in advance.

Suitable clothing is important, and in the event of warm weather we would ask that sun cream is applied before arriving on camp.

Who will be coaching?

Coaches are all LTA qualified and DBS certified, and carefully selected by Premier Tennis for their ability to relate to and understand younger players.

We operate a maximum player to coach ratio of 8:1 throughout the camp, to ensure every player is well looked after and has an individually tailored learning experience.

Every coach participates in compulsory training sessions from our Tennis Director James Auckland, coach of two Wimbledon Champions and former doubles partner of Andy Murray, to make sure our unique programme is well delivered across all age groups.

How are the children organised?

Children are organised according to age, ability and friendship group.

Minis (5-10yr olds)

Red Racers (5-8s) - Learn the basics through lots of games using low compression balls and smaller rackets

Orange Squashers (8-9s) - Develop technique and a variety of shots through drills, individual challenges and team competition

Green Giants (9-10s) - Improve existing skills and movement on full size courts, and gain confidence through match play situations.

Juniors (11-15yr olds)

Focus on the technical and tactical aspects of tennis, playing with yellow balls and developing greater all court awareness through competition.