Bishopton Tennis Club is situated on Poplar Avenue, Bishopton.
With three all-weather courts, tennis is available for play from 9am until 10:00pm, 7 days per week and 365 days a year!
The courtside clubhouse, with changing rooms, toilets, kitchen and social ‘break out area’, together with a good viewing area, provides a safe and attractive environment adjacent to the courts.
The club has a solid membership, a good percentage of whom play regularly, but we welcome new members at any time during the season, the club is open to anyone, whatever your age or ability. Even if you have never played before, you can join and learn to play with others of a similar standard.
We can offer junior coaching on a Saturday morning, parent and toddler/pre-school tennis on a Monday morning and junior night on the Monday evenings. The standard at Bishopton Tennis Club is mixed and we can provide something for all levels of ability. Not everyone is expected to play in the teams although if you are playing at a good standard the opportunity will soon not be far away.
The club enters teams in the West of Scotland leagues, Greenock & District and Paisley & District tournaments and annual club tournaments, some with the emphasis on the social side, others targeted at more serious players. Junior coaching, including Mini-Tennis, takes place every Saturday morning and teams are entered in the Junior Leagues both summer and winter. There are also tennis camps for juniors during the school holidays.
We have a dedicated coach to managing the junior and coaching activities, a junior club night (for members only) on Monday evenings plus regular squad sessions for potential team players.
In this over-competitive era friendly tennis clubs can be hard to find. However, the welcoming attitude of the club cannot be emphasised enough and as our members are well aware that joining a new club can be a anxious time. We are not as big as some tennis centres in the area but we do enjoy our social tennis as well as giving those with ability the chance to progress.