Nestling under the picturesque backdrop of the Malvern Hills, the Manor Park Club, which celebrated its centenary in 2007, offers excellent playing and coaching facilities on a variety of surfaces including 3 indoor acrylic courts.  We are a friendly club, keen to increase our membership at all levels of play. Many members are enthusiastic about social doubles tennis, for both daytime and evening play. Competitive tennis is strong, with a high number of teams competing in county and national leagues. Groups and teams are always ready to welcome new members.

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Indoor tennis at Manor Park is available at MACIT (Malvern and County Indoor Tennis), a joint venture between Manor Park and Hereford and Worcester LTA.

There are 3 Synpave spring cushioned acrylic courts which are available for booking by Manor Park members.

The original 2 court facility was upgraded in 2010 with the addition of a 3rd court and much-improved viewing facilities. The new facility was officially opened on 16th November 2010 by Tim Henman OBE. The opening was also attended by the President of the LTA, Derek Howarth.

The courts are bookable online (or click the court booking tab above). Manor Park members are automatically members of MACIT but separate membership of MACIT is available for those interested in using only the indoor facilities. For separate membership of MACIT either click here for a MACIT Application Form  or click here to join online (then go to the tail end of the list of options and choose MACIT).

Court fees are payable for use of the indoor facility as follows:

Winter Rate: Off Peak: £8 per 60 mins / Peak: £16 per 75 mins

Summer Rate: Off-Peak: £6 per 60 mins / Peak: £10 per 75 mins

Off-peak rates operate up till 5.30 on Monday to Friday.  Peak rates apply to weekday evenings and all day at weekends. The winter rate applies from 1st September to 31st March.

We are a  thriving club with easy access and an excellent range of playing facilities allowing the club to serve as the Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Centre. Our Cafe Bar overlooks our show tennis courts with the Malvern Hills as a spectacular backdrop.

Tennis Facilities comprise:

  • 3 acrylic indoor courts
  • 4 synthetic grass courts with floodlights
  • 4 acrylic hard courts, 2 with floodlights
  • 2 artificial clay courts with floodlights
  • 4 grass courts for summer play

On-site parking is available for over a hundred cars. The Clubhouse offers changing facilities, meeting rooms and a kitchen. The club office is open on weekday mornings.

All courts including the grass courts can be booked by members online

Membership runs for 12 months from the date of joining.

Adult membership: the options are Tennis or Rackets. Tennis is for outdoor and indoor tennis. Rackets is for Tennis and Squash & Racketball. The monthly adult fee is £25 for Tennis, £33 for Rackets.

Youth and child membership: the annual fee covers Rackets and depends on age: £105 for under 25s, £64 for under 19s, £32 for under 14s. For mini tennis (under 10s) the annual fee is £17.

A family membership option includes all children under the age of 19, with a monthly fee of £49 for Tennis and £54 for Rackets.

There are no court fees for use of the outdoor tennis courts. For details of use of the indoor tennis courts please refer to the Indoor page above.

Click here to see the full list of membership options available on-line. You are invited to join on-line by going to this page and then clicking on one of the membership options shown on the list.

Click here to see the tennis rules

For more information, including details on country membership and how to arrange a visit to the club, please send an email to:

Manor Park offers genuine year-round tennis for all abilities in a friendly welcoming atmosphere. There are wide-ranging opportunities for all ages to get involved at all levels of play from social doubles to both senior and junior national and county leagues.  The club also offers a wide range of coaching for all ages and abilities. Free taster sessions are offered to prospective members who are welcome to contact us to arrange a visit.

If you don’t feel like booking a court and organising your own game you can get involved in any of the following:

Outdoor Court Roll-ups (turn up on the day)

  • Monday morning 9.00 am mixed
  • Tuesday evening 6.00 pm mixed (summer only)
  • Wednesday morning 10.00 am men
  • Wednesday afternoon 2.00 pm ladies
  • Wednesday evening 6.00 pm  men’s team practice (summer only)
  • Thursday evening 6.30 pm ladies’s team practice (summer only)
  • Saturday morning 10.00 am men
  • Saturday afternoon from 2.00 pm mixed

Rotas (groups arranged in advance)

  • Monday morning 11.00 am men outdoors
  • Tuesday evening 5.30 to 9.15 pm (3 sessions) mixed indoors (winter only)
  • Wednesday evening 6.30 and 8.00 pm men outdoors (winter only)
  • Thursday evenings 8.00 pm ladies indoor (winter only)
  • Friday morning 9.30 and 11.00 am ladies (winter indoors/summer outdoors)
  • Friday morning 11.00 am men outdoors

Members are welcome to entertain their visitors at Manor Park. The court fee for visiting adults is £5 and for juniors £2. Payment should be made at the club office or the Cafe Bar. A visitor is limited to three visits within twelve months.

‘Pay and Play’ is available for non-members for play on two of the floodlit acrylic courts at a fee of £10 per court per hour. Tokens to access the courts should be obtained from the club office or the Cafe Bar. Rackets and balls can also be hired. All players must wear suitable tennis footwear on the court.

Various competitive tennis events take place at Manor Park in summer and winter. Teams compete over the range of Herefordshire & Worcestershire county leagues in both summer and winter, with teams in the top men’s, ladies’ and mixed divisions. Club Tournament is the main internal competition, supplemented by one-day events and box singles leagues. For juniors, there are tournaments and age-related county competitions.

Click here to see the list of tennis events at Manor Park for summer 2021.

Seven men’s teams play in winter H&W divisions 1, 2, 3 East, 3 West (2), 5 West and 6 West. Five ladies’ teams play in H&W divisions 1, 3 West (2), 4 West and 6 West. Five mixed teams play in H&W divisions 1 (2), 2 and 4 West (2). Click here to see the winter fixtures list with the names of the team captains.

Click here to see the results of H&W county league results for men’s, ladies’ and mixed teams. This covers all club teams in the leagues and includes latest league table positions.

Click here to see the Club tournament rules for 2021.

Club tournament 2021 events:

Mens Singles

Ladies Singles

Mens Doubles

Ladies Doubles

Mixed Doubles

Family Doubles

Mixed Doubles over 50s

Mens Doubles over 60s

Ladies Doubles over 60s

Club tournament 2021 plate events

Mens singles plate

Ladies singles plate

Mens doubles plate

Ladies doubles plate

Mixed doubles plate

Family doubles plate

Mixed doubles over 50s plate

Mens doubles over 60s plate


Club tournament 2020 results

Club Tournament Results 2020

Men’s Singles: Simon Wikeley r/u Mark Rowe 6-2 6-3

Ladies’ Singles: Ellie Fleming r/u Katy Lewin 6-2 6-3

Men’s Doubles: Chris Skinner & Paul Burgess r/u Chris Marlow & Tobie Timmermans 7-5 7-6

Ladies’ Doubles: Katy Lewin & Alice Davey r/u Jilly Witcombe & Hannah Griffiths 3-6 6-4 6-4

Mixed Doubles: Simon Wikeley & Bethany Pye r/u Chris Marlow & Rachel Prudden 7-5 6-3

Men’s Doubles 60+: Julian Clapp & Tom White r/u Bob Mannion & James Noon 7-5 7-5

Mixed 50+ Doubles: Geoff & Penny Smith r/u Rory Guilding & Jenny Poole 6-4 6-2

Family Doubles: Paul & Lois Burgess r/u Tom & Sam Laidler 6-2 6-2

Plate events
Men’s Singles: Dave Smith r/u Pete Moore 6-4 6-4
Ladies Singles Simona Armstrong r/u Lesley Lowndes 6-4 4-6 6-3
Men’s Doubles: Al Cooper & Graham Upton r/u Geoff Titmuss & Lee Smith 6-3 6-4
Ladies’ Doubles: Paula Daniel & Tracy Morgan r/u Susan Fairlie & Sue Allman 6-3 6-2
Mixed Doubles: Roger Kennell & Jenny Poole r/u John Milton & Di Marlow 6-4 2-6 6-3
Men’s Doubles 60+: David Fraser & Gerry Nash r/u Geoff Titmuss & Graham Upton 7-6 7-5

Mixed 50+ Doubles: Charles Houlbrooke & Vicki Advani r/u Andy & Bev Bond 6-4 7-5

Club tournament results: Juniors 10U Mixed: Monty Cooper r/u Will Unsted

14U Girls: Beth Pye r/u Holly Stevens
14U Boys: Oliver Ruddick r/u Jo McKay
18U Girls: Emma McKay r/u Lilia Mico
18U Boys: Samuel Cassidy r/u Sam Lea
14U Girls Doubles: Lois Burgess & Bethany Pye r/u Lilia Mico & Holly Stevens

14U Boys Doubles: Sam Laidler & Sam Clements r/u Joe McKay & Oliver Ruddick

18U Boys Doubles: Sam Laidler & Sam Cassidy r/u Sam Clements & Sam Lea

Manor Park tennis section has a large active membership of adults and children keen to improve their standard of tennis for social and competitive play.  The club is fortunate in having an excellent team of Lawn Tennis Association Accredited+ qualified tennis coaches from Malvern Tennis Academy who provide coaching for all ages and standards (with ages from 3 years and upwards) in both individual and group sessions for beginner, development and performance players.

For all coaching enquiries whatever your requirement as a member or non-member contact  Malvern Tennis Academy or email: 

Ali Tuck Welfare Officer

Tennis Welfare Officer is Alison Tuck

Details of how to contact Alison are on the Club Noticeboard and in the Member’s Area.

Alison is a keen tennis player and has been a member of Manor Park for around thirty years. She is a “mostly” retired medical practitioner and has experience of safeguarding and welfare issues.

Please feel free to approach Alison if you have concerns or worries about safeguarding and wish to discuss them further.

Tennis Latest

The summer season is in full swing. The surfaces of all fourteen outdoor courts (synthetic grass, acrylic, synthetic clay and grass) have been refurbished over the past year. The synthetic grass courts now have Tiger Turf surfaces, with contrasting colours for in-court and surrounding areas.

There is growing excitement as matches are completed in the Club Tournament, leading to a climax on Finals Day on Saturday 4th September. Similarly there are promotion and relegation battles in the H&W County Leagues, with all matches to be played by mid-September.

Crowdfunding has been a great success with a total of over £29,000 raised. Work on refurbishing the changing facilities is due to be completed by the end of July. The club will have changing facilities to be proud of, complementing the court surfaces and the café/bar.

Rackets members can now benefit from the improvements to the squash courts, with underfloor heating, a glass wall on Court 4 and more spectator space. These changes have been paid for by funds released after the closure of the Hornyold squash club.

Club Tournament 2020

The Club Tournament got off to a slightly later start than usual due to the pandemic, but once tennis became one of the first activities to be up and running the club became busier than ever with lots of people venturing forth for much missed exercise and meeting friends and it became apparent that it would be possible to run the event after all. There were good entries across all events as there was no other competitive tennis to distract people, indeed very little competitive sport at all. Some great tennis was enjoyed throughout the rounds as prospective juicy encounters were publicised by Chris and people came down to enjoy a drink from the bar and a view from the bank. The Men’s Semi-final between Simon Wikeley and Tobie Timmermans stood out as a highlight with Simon narrowly triumphing in a third set tie-break.

Finals Day was a beautiful sunny day, albeit a little chilly in the shade, but alas the dreaded virus had come back to haunt us and a number of events had to be postponed due to people returning from holidays and needing to quarantine or otherwise self- isolating. Nevertheless, with crowds, exceeding those at the US Open, there were matches to entertain throughout the day.

The Men’s Singles Final was one of the first events of the day and proved to be an interesting contrast of styles between the old-school Mark Rowe and Simon Wikeley who was looking to regain the title which he won in 2017 and 2018. Simon eventually won out in two fascinating sets.

The Ladies Final was an encounter between reigning champion Katie Lewin and Ellie Fleming a previous 3 times champion. In a high-quality match Ellie came out the winner in straight sets to get her name back on the trophy. Katie Lewin soon returned to court with partner Alice Davey in the Ladies Doubles Final where they fought back from a set down to take the title against Hannah Griffiths and Jilly Witcomb.

Indoor tennis at Manor Park Malvern

Winter Indoor Social Tennis

Tuesday evening mixed doubles social tennis moves indoors as from Tuesday 1st October. All Manor Park tennis and full rackets members are eligible to play. It is also possible to join for indoor tennis only as a MACIT member. Indoor court fees are charged at £4 per session. Play is on a rota basis, with three evening sessions: 5.30 pm to 6.45 pm, 6.45 pm to 8.00 pm and 8.00 pm to 9.15 pm. Members are scheduled on court approximately on alternate weeks after being asked in advance to state weeks they wish to avoid. Players need to find substitutes if they are unavailable for play when scheduled. If you would like to be included on the Tuesday evening mixed doubles rota please use the ‘Contact Us’ page of the website.


Indoor tennis at Manor Park Malvern

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