Category: Tennis News

BLTSC’s girls party!

BLTSC threw a free party for its young female players in September. We have more girls enjoying tennis at Sandford Road than for some time so what better way to celebrate this but with some mayhem, lots of balloons, plenty of cake and too many lollypops!

Well done to Sam Tyler and his team of Tennis Assistants for keeping the proceedings under control… Just!




The bar is open!

The finishing touches have been completed so our newly refurbished bar is now well and truly open!

We’re planning a Club social function in November: keep your eyes and ears peeled for news…!

So after your game why not come upstairs, have a drink and a look around?

Discussions will begin shortly about soft furnishings, time to say goodbye to that carpet!

In case you forget- here is our old bar…..!

Exciting New Rebo Wall

BLTSC are delighted to have the first REBO Wimbledon practice wall in Kent!

Installed in 2016 our REBO Wimbledon wall is located in its own ‘REBO zone’. The area is screened off and located in the middle of our 5 clay courts.

The hitting face is at a nine degree angle, this provides a ball arc that is realistic and will help you to practice like the Pro’s!

Warm up before you play, recover from injury, work on your non-dominant hand- or just try and beat the wall!

Useful tip- start close to the wall with with low compression balls, increase your distance and work up to a full ball.

Quick reminder for members, that courts 11& 12 are out of action for the next two days as trees are being cut back ahead of our resurfacing work in August

Many thanks

- Courts 11& 12


Our REBO wall was installed in 2016 and offers players of all standards a great way to practice.

Its unique angled face means that the ball response from the wall better replicates the 'arc' of playing partner.

BLTSC’s REBO wall has its own enclosed space- our REBO ZONE. Located centrally by our clay courts this new addition to our facilities is proving popular.

From the most experienced player to the complete beginner practicing on a wall means working on the things you want to- at a pace that suits you.
The angled face of the REBO means the ball trajectory replicates that of a hitting partner, unlike traditional flat walls.

In a tennis match you expect to hit about 150 balls per hour… with a ball machine approximately 500 balls per hour…. but against a REBO wall you can hit over 2000 balls per hour using only ONE ball.

Roger Federer hit against wall for countless hours when learning to play. (Federer 1996 – YouTube Video) He acknowledges the wall’s part in helping him become the legend he is today. Federer, Djokovic, Sampras and McEnroe all grew up playing against a wall.
Try it for yourself….  No partner. No problem!

Check out the REBO Wall video

Tennis finals day Saturday 16th July

BLTC’s 2016 Finals Day is almost here!!

There are over 10 open finals alongside junior events that will be contested throughout the afternoon.

The weather is set fair- ish. The bar will be open from midday and afternoon tea will be served from 3pm

There will be an early evening BBQ: tickets are now on sale from the Club Office office- don’t forget to buy in advance!

Full order of play and timings will follow later in the week.

This is one of the highlights of our Club year: please come along, enjoy the tennis with your fellow members and support all our competitors


Photos of Events, Competitions and Play at Bromley LTSC

Open finals day 2017

Well played to the class of 2017!

BLTSC’s annual open tournament finals day was a hard fought one, with lots of matches going the distance and only a brief rain interruption. The scones were in good supply and the BBQ was kept busy all afternoon and evening. Well played everyone, thanks to the supporters also and lastly many thanks to everyone who helped make it happen.

So many people make this the centre piece of our tennis calendar- thank you all!

Other Galleries

2017 tournament finals

2016 tournament finals

2015 tournament finals

BLTSC Tennis courts

Aegon National Team



We have our Open Day at
Bromley Lawn Tennis and Squash Club from 10am to 1pm on Sunday 3rd
July. That’s the middle Sunday of Wimbledon.

It doesn’t matter
whether you’re a complete beginner or if you’re up there with Andy Murray and
Johanna Konta, everyone’s welcome to come along to BLTSC. The club is in
Sandford Road very near Bromley South train station. The postcode is BR2 9AN.

All the activities on
the Open Day are free –

  • Coaching for kids and adults of all standards

  • Cardio tennis (a tennis-based exercise class to music for all
    standards – great fun)

  • Fastest serve

  • Adult social play for all standards

  • Mini tennis for the kids

  • A bouncy castle

  • Poole, table tennis and wifi

    We can provide you with
    a tennis racquet and balls.

    There’ll be
    refreshments and the bar will be open.

    The club has 12 outdoor
    tennis courts, 6 of which are floodlit for evening play. We also have 2 indoor
    tennis courts. There are also 3 squash courts. The club house has been
    completely refurbished in the last 2 years.

    If you decide to join
    the club on the Open Day there’ll be a discount to usual membership.

    For members, there many
    different ways to play tennis at BLTSC – free coaching for new members, social
    play, over 70 people in singles box leagues, over 30 in doubles box leagues,
    serious and fun tournaments, club teams and much more.

    We have loads of social
    events, and of course there are barbecues with a beer or chilled white wine on
    our balcony.

    So why not come along
    on Sunday 3rd July? We’ve been playing tennis for over 125 years.




Bromley Lawn Tennis and Squash Club is proud to be one of the best Tennis and Squash facilities in the South East.

Contact Details

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Bromley Lawn Tennis Club is the nearest tennis and squash club to Bromley High Street, just a couple of hundred yards from Bromley South Railway Station.

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