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Welcome to Kingsteignton Tennis Club

Welcome to the Kingsteignton Tennis Club home page. We strive to achieve a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere within the club and welcome new members of all abilities. On our website you will find further information about our six competitive teams within the Exeter League and our fun, twice weekly member sessions. If you would like to speak to a member about joining the club, you will find the Membership Secretary's contact details on the Membership page.


Covid-19 Update

Closed until further notice

Further to the last KTC update, the corona virus situation has continued to evolve at a pace.
Following the Prime Minister’s address to the nation last night, and subsequent advice from the LTA, the decision has now been taken to CLOSE the tennis courts UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
This means there will be no activity at the club whatsoever. Our coach Rachael Jacobs is fully on board with this decision. No doubt, when we eventually get back on the courts a little rusty, many of us may well be keen to utilise her coaching skills.
Whilst this news of closure is very disappointing, I would ask that all members respect this temporary situation as we remain compliant to the Government advice and demonstrate community cohesion.
Stay safe everyone.

Paul Miller, Chairman


About Us

Kingsteignton Tennis Club was first established in 1995 with assistance from the Sports Council in the form of a lottery grant.

We have three all-weather courts, all of which are floodlit for evening play. Each court has independent lights which are coin operated and take £1 or 20p coins.

We have changing and toilet facilities in our club hut and have a safe spectator seating area immediately adjacent to court 1.

The best way to see what the facilities are like is to come along to one of our friendly club sessions, either on Monday evenings or Saturday afternoons.


Winter / Summer Leagues

The club enter 7 mens and 2 womens teams in the winter and summer leagues



From Exeter: Take the A380 Torquay road and leave at the first Kingsteignton turnoff. Follow this road until you reach Brook Way on your left-hand side (Immediately before the Ten Tors Public House). Turn into Brook Way and follow this road, which then continues, into Rydon Road. You will then cross two mini roundabouts before the road dips. At the bottom of the dip you will see the Old Rydon Inn on your right-hand side and slightly further on Rydon Primary School on your left. The path to the courts will be found on the right-hand side of the road.

From Torquay: Take the A380 Exeter Road and continue past Penn Inn roundabout (Newton Abbot) towards Exeter. Take the 2nd turning on the left for Kingsteignton (Eagle Farm). Turn left at the bottom of this road, which will then bring you out next to the Ten Tors Public House. Turn left again into Brook Way and follow this road, which then continues, into Rydon Road. Directions are then as above (from Exeter).


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