How we started
Aim Tennis was started in Birmingham, December 2018 by Dan and Cliff with the aim of making tennis more accesible to access. Dan wanted to use his experiences gained as a player to find ways of creating exciting, fun and energising tennis for people to enjoy in a safe environment.
We wanted to work with all aspects of tennis, from grass roots and local courts in the parks to coaching programmes and and facilitating high level tournament players.
We have built a wealth of the experience in running tournaments, with the aim of creating a high level profile and a standard that would make people want to come back and take part in our tournaments.
We work across multiple venues to offer events for all ages and abilites under the LTA.
In 2019 we had over 650 players enter and take part in our tournaments across South Birmimngham and Solihull. This year, to date, we have had over 360 players taking part, even with Covid19 restrictions.
We offer high level coaching for players, whilst also making each session fun and enjoyable.
TennisForFree is great program that we run to help people take part in a safe, fun and sociable environment, which allows people to try out tennis in local parks and clubs. We run fantastic session at Bournville Park that has had over 650 players since Autum 2018.
We have built a high quality program, which connects coaching with tournaments. We currently run a Mini Tennis program at Kings Heath Tennis Club. This offers groups of all levels, ages and abilites, coahing which is guided to give each child the appropriate level for them. We are always looking for new venues to extend the program we offer.
We also offer Holiday Camps, giving children aged 4-14 the opportunity to socialise and take part in an intense tennis learning experience over the week.
Reach more venues in the UK, which will help us expand the amount of people taking part in our program
Increase the amount of people playing competitive tennis from local leagues, team tennis and up to high level tournaments.
Grow the amount of females taking part in local, club and competitive tennis, by making it enjoyable and more accessible to access.