Talbots Lane, Brierley Hill,
West Midlands. DY5 1SA
07710 814526
Prosser Tenis Academy

Quarry Bank Tennis Club

Your guide to the advantages of membership at
Quarry Bank Tennis Club
Tennis Club
Situated a few hundred yards from intu Merry Hill Shopping Centre, the Club is located in the centre of the Black Country with good road networks from Dudley, Brierley Hill, Stourbridge and Halesowen.

Welcome to our club

Quarry Bank Tennis Club is a family-focussed private members Club established in 1912, which continues to provide quality tennis facilities for all ages and abilities.

With floodlit all-weather tennis courts, a Clubhouse, coaching facilities, and a friendly, family atmosphere, the Club is the ideal place to play tennis.

The standard of play at the Club ranges from beginner to national squad standard and players of all abilities and ages are welcome.

The Club boasts a thriving junior section and a coaching programme is run by the Prosser Tennis Academy, see the following link for details.
Prosser Tennis Academy (coaching)
Tennis is played all year round and the Club has a policy that ensures that individual members can simply turn up and join in without the need to book games in advance. New members are always welcome.


Many players join a tennis club in order to play competitive tennis and Quarry Bank offers a range of teams to test your ability against rival clubs.

There are currently 2 Men's teams and 1 Ladies’ team entered into the Staffordshire Tennis Leagues and matches are played throughout the summer.

The Men's B team aims to give everyone a chance and gives less experienced players the opportunity to find out what team tennis is all about.

A mixed doubles team competes in the Herefordshire and Worcestershire League during the Summer to further enable players to represent the Club in competitive fixtures.

All members are eligible to play for the teams and it also gives players the chance to visit other clubs in the nearby counties.
Please contact Men’s Captain Warwick Jordan (07788 487752) or Ladies’ Vice Captain Emily Finney (07762 341730 for further details.
The large car park is situated on site, at the entrance off
Talbots Lane.


The club has four artificial grass courts which provide an all year round playing surface. They are comfortable and safe to play on, even after rain, and give a consistent bounce.

All courts are lit by high specification floodlights which give an even light with minimum glare and allow players to play in the evenings through the winter months.

The clubhouse provides modern warm showers in the men's and women's changing rooms.

The club has a fully licensed bar and drinks are very reasonable, at below pub prices.

The club also has cooking facilities and can be used by members for private functions.
Flood Lit
All courts are lit by high specification floodlights


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The club holds a number of tournaments throughout the year which are open to members including:

The Open Tournament

Two week tournament including men's and women's singles, doubles and mixed doubles.

The Coronation Cup

One day tournament for mixed doubles.

Mixed Singles League Summer League
Internal Singles League, which is handicapped to allow all levels of players to compete.

The Handicap Tournament
Singles tournament in which players are given points or deducted points depending on ability in order to create a more even competition. Open to ladies, gentlemen and nominated juniors

The American Tournament
Starting at 6pm on a week night, ending around 11pm
Open to ladies, gentlemen and nominated juniors.
This is a one-day randomly draw doubles competition, where you switch partners half way through each match.

The Centenary Cup
One day singles tournament.

Winter League
Internal Singles League, which is handicapped to allow all levels of players to compete.

The Mixed Singles League, Winter Singles League and Centenary Cup form the Singles League Series. These three tournaments are handicapped to allow all levels of players to compete throughout the year.

Contact Warwick Jordan if you would like more information on tournaments.