We are delighted to announce that this Summer Term our club coaching programme will be delivered at
Wallis Way,West Ealing,London W13 0DD

We are starting in April 2016 and we will offer regular weekly groups as well as weekend groups and variety of holiday camps for:

Mini Tots 2-3 years old

Tots 3-5 years old

Juniors 5-8 years old

Juniors 8-10 years old

For more information check  our Venues&Timetable section.


Welcome to you all!

Girls Playing Tennis

Welcome to all new members who joined Tots to Juniors Tennis classes in January 2016.We hope you will have a very exciting and enjoyable Spring Term with Tots to Juniors Tennis fun and exciting programme.

A new and exiting Tots to Juniors Tennis Term is starting!

Looking forward to seeing everyone this weekend for new and exiting Tots to Juniors Tennis Term!
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Why Tennis is the perfect sport for your child…

Parents are always looking for a good sport for their child and more and more parents are starting to turn to tennis as the perfect sport for their child. The benefits of tennis go far beyond simply learning good sportsmanship skills, it also goes deep into learning good skills in terms of eye coordination and even hand eye coordination just to mention a few. Deciding if tennis is the right sport for your child is sometimes easy and at other times a bit more complicated, but you should always take a clue from your child as you make the final decision.
The first step should be deciding if your child enjoys playing with large groups of people such as with football or soccer or if they prefer to play solo sports. While tennis is not so much a solo sport you are playing against another three people, rather than an entire field like many team sports involves. If your child does not like the idea of playing by themselves then tennis may not be the best match for them.

Children should also feel comfortable having a ball flying at them at high speeds. While nobody really sets out to walk onto the tennis court and be hit in the head with a ball, it is a possibility that is entirely possible to happen. If your child is quite shy they may not be comfortable with this idea, however if they are not easily intimidated then you may not have any problems with your child being upset over this. Many children take this as the perfect time to get started really improving their skills and technique in order to protect themselves from the ball.

You should also look at the benefits that tennis can provide. It is a great form of exercise that allows your child to move around the tennis court a very great deal thus providing them with plenty of exercise. At the same time, it is also possible to practice improved hand eye coordination, teamwork skills and even learn how to make quick decisions as a split second. A child who has issues making a decision is generally not cut out for tennis, however a child that is able to just jump in and make a fast decision will generally do very well at tennis.

Why sport is so important for young children….


Children have to be active every day. Physical activity stimulates growth and leads to improved physical and emotional health. Today, research shows that the importance of physical activity in children is stronger than ever. For example, medical researchers have observed that highly active children are less likely to suffer from high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer of the colon, obesity, and coronary heart disease later in life.

Exercise is also known to relieve stress. Some children experience as much stress, depression, and anxiety as adults do. And because exercise improves health, a fit child is more likely to be well-rested and mentally sharp. Even moderate physical activity has been shown to improve a child’s skill at arithmetic, reading, and memorization.

But sport, not just exercise, gives a child more than just physical well-being; it contributes to a child’s development both psychologically and socially. Sport is also an important learning environment for children.

Come join the fun! FREE Mini Tennis sessions 9th & 10th January 2016!


Tots to Juniors Tennis club
Hanwell Community Centre, Westcott Crescent, Hanwell, W7 1PD

FREE Mini Tennis sessions – With smaller courts and rackets and lower bouncing balls Mini Tennis gives children aged 3 -10 the perfect introduction to tennis.

Saturday 9th January at 9.30am 3-5 yrs
Saturday 9th January at 11.00am 5-8 yrs
Sunday 10th January at 11.00am 8-10 yrs

To reserve your place call Dessislava on 07795483577 or email at info@totstojuniorstennis.co.uk

New venues-Coming soon!


At Tots to Juniors Tennis we are delighted to announce that as from beginning of 2016 our tennis programme will be delivered at two new outdoor and indoor venues in Ealing. Watch this space!!!

Well done to you all!!!


Well done to you all who attended the first part of Level 1 Tots to Juniors Tennis Programme. We hope you enjoyed and had a lot of fun!
Looking forward to see you next week at our indoor venue, Hanwell Community Centre for more Tots to Juniors Tennis experience.

Welcome to our indoor venue -Hanwell Community Centre!


We are delighted to welcome all players during the winter months in the Badminton Hall at:

Hanwell Community Centre, Westcott Crescent, Hanwell W7 1PD

Please visit www.hanwellcc.co.uk  for more information.

All Tots to Juniors Tennis lessons will be held at this venue from November 2015 till February/March 2016.

The facility has toilets, changing room and FREE parking.


Welcome to the children from Apple Montessori School and Oldfield Primary School !

Welcome to the children from Apple Montessori School London. Last week the children from that pre-school were given a free Tots to Juniors tennis session and from next week onwards we will deliver weekly, every Monday at 10.00am, our Early Years Tennis Programme, aiming to develop children’s gross and fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, confidence, self-esteem and much more.

Apple Montessori London

West Ealing
W13 0DD

Welcome back to the children from Oldfield Primary School. Last School Year we delivered Tots to Juniors Tennis School Programme as after school activity for Year Group 3 & 4.We are back for the School Year 2015-2016. Tots to Juniors Tennis School Programme will run as after school club every Wednesday at 3.15pm for Year Group 3 & 4.During the Autumn Term children will develop their movement ,racket and ball skills as well as receiving an introduction to rallying and playing the game.

Oldfield Primary School Ealing

Oldfield Lane North