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Hi

Just moved to Bangkok and looking to join a tennis club in the centre of town. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction and suggest a couple of clubs worth joining.

Cheers

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Alot depends on what you are expecting in terms of facilities, available players, amount you are willing to spend, etc.

I play at Santisook on Sukhumvit Soi 38.

8 Courts, 3 of which are under roof with bad lighting.

A knocker costs 1-200B/hr; Court with ballboy is about another 100B.

It is not easy to get a reservation as they book the entire month up right away.

So I play early around 7 or 8 am.

Surasak Club down at Surasak BTS has about 6 courts.

Again it is ahrd to get a court there during prime hours.

Many courts out at National Stadium ... some 25 I believe ... but no knockers to hit with usually.

More expensive options are the British Club (60K THB dues per year)

And the Exclusive Royal Bangkok Sports Club (130K THB dues and you need a sponsor to be considered for membership.)

PM (private message) me for more info if you want.

What is your playing level ?? From what country ??

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Hi, there is a great tennis facility with really good hitters and coaches. You can go to the website: www.patana.ac.th/tennisacademy.

Randy

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Just moved to Bangkok and looking to join a tennis club in the centre of town. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction and suggest a couple of clubs worth joining.

Cheers

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Plug for my club:

Soi Klang Racquet club, on Sukhumvit Soi 49 (up from Sumitiviej hospital).

6 Tennis courts plus

badmitton, squash, raquetball, two pools, gym, resturant...

12,000bht / year

can also pay 1, 3, 6 months or daily rate.

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Hi,

I am looking for someone or group to play tennis with, around sukumvit soi 26. If anyone out there is also looking for a tennis partner, please contact me at, roshanara_decroos@yahoo.com

Cheers,

Rosh

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Hi

Just moved to Bangkok and looking to join a tennis club in the centre of town. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction and suggest a couple of clubs worth joining.

Cheers

Hi,

Just saw your note. Are you looking for a tennis partner as well? There are some courts around sukumvit soi 26, 24, 49, etc.

Cheers,

Rosh

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Plug for my club:

Soi Klang Racquet club, on Sukhumvit Soi 49 (up from Sumitiviej hospital).

6 Tennis courts plus

badmitton, squash, raquetball, two pools, gym, resturant...

12,000bht / year

can also pay 1, 3, 6 months or daily rate.

Hi, I have just signed on here, never used a blog before, so I hope this finds it way to you. I am a club standard tennis player, live in England. I shall be in Bangkok in June and again for a couple of months in September so somewhere which accommodates this sounds good. What is the general standard like, is it easy to get to, is it easy to arrange games, is there general club play (as I don't know any tennis players in Bangkok). I also play squash (in fact more than tennis)- do you know of a good squash club? Is there aclub where you can do both?

Sorry about all the questions!!!!

Carl

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Would love to play some tennis. I'll be in Bangkok for nearly a month June 3-June 20. kyle.berner@gmail.com

I'm about a 3.5 and just love the game.

Plug for my club:

Soi Klang Racquet club, on Sukhumvit Soi 49 (up from Sumitiviej hospital).

6 Tennis courts plus

badmitton, squash, raquetball, two pools, gym, resturant...

12,000bht / year

can also pay 1, 3, 6 months or daily rate.

Hi, I have just signed on here, never used a blog before, so I hope this finds it way to you. I am a club standard tennis player, live in England. I shall be in Bangkok in June and again for a couple of months in September so somewhere which accommodates this sounds good. What is the general standard like, is it easy to get to, is it easy to arrange games, is there general club play (as I don't know any tennis players in Bangkok). I also play squash (in fact more than tennis)- do you know of a good squash club? Is there aclub where you can do both?

Sorry about all the questions!!!!

Carl

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Plug for my club:

Soi Klang Racquet club, on Sukhumvit Soi 49 (up from Sumitiviej hospital).

6 Tennis courts plus

badmitton, squash, raquetball, two pools, gym, resturant...

12,000bht / year

can also pay 1, 3, 6 months or daily rate.

Hi, I have just signed on here, never used a blog before, so I hope this finds it way to you. I am a club standard tennis player, live in England. I shall be in Bangkok in June and again for a couple of months in September so somewhere which accommodates this sounds good. What is the general standard like, is it easy to get to, is it easy to arrange games, is there general club play (as I don't know any tennis players in Bangkok). I also play squash (in fact more than tennis)- do you know of a good squash club? Is there aclub where you can do both?

Sorry about all the questions!!!!

Carl

PM if you want a game. I'm a 3.5+ level player and like to play singles for fun. I play in a bunch of places but normally stick to Sukhumvit 38 or AUA Rajadamri, which is between Silom and Chidlom.

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Just started a new job in Bangkok.

Looking for practice partners.

Around 4.0 all courter.

Please contact me if like a consistent practice partner.

Prefer to play near the Sathorn area and players around my age (35).

sunflowerhx@gmail.com

Regards

Jason.

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Alot depends on what you are expecting in terms of facilities, available players, amount you are willing to spend, etc.

I play at Santisook on Sukhumvit Soi 38.

8 Courts, 3 of which are under roof with bad lighting.

A knocker costs 1-200B/hr; Court with ballboy is about another 100B.

It is not easy to get a reservation as they book the entire month up right away.

So I play early around 7 or 8 am.

Surasak Club down at Surasak BTS has about 6 courts.

Again it is ahrd to get a court there during prime hours.

Many courts out at National Stadium ... some 25 I believe ... but no knockers to hit with usually.

More expensive options are the British Club (60K THB dues per year)

And the Exclusive Royal Bangkok Sports Club (130K THB dues and you need a sponsor to be considered for membership.)

PM (private message) me for more info if you want.

What is your playing level ?? From what country ??

No idea how this works or how to send you a message- no instructions! I will be in Bangkok on 9.6.08 and would be interested in a game. I am club team level in England

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Would love to play some tennis. I'll be in Bangkok for nearly a month June 3-June 20. kyle.berner@gmail.com

I'm about a 3.5 and just love the game.

Plug for my club:

Soi Klang Racquet club, on Sukhumvit Soi 49 (up from Sumitiviej hospital).

6 Tennis courts plus

badmitton, squash, raquetball, two pools, gym, resturant...

12,000bht / year

can also pay 1, 3, 6 months or daily rate.

Hi, I have just signed on here, never used a blog before, so I hope this finds it way to you. I am a club standard tennis player, live in England. I shall be in Bangkok in June and again for a couple of months in September so somewhere which accommodates this sounds good. What is the general standard like, is it easy to get to, is it easy to arrange games, is there general club play (as I don't know any tennis players in Bangkok). I also play squash (in fact more than tennis)- do you know of a good squash club? Is there aclub where you can do both?

Sorry about all the questions!!!!

Carl

I am just relocated to Bangkok and also would love to hit with different people. Give me an email at shintan17@hotmail.com

I am available in the afternoon through all the evenings most of the time.

Shin,

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Plug for my club:

Soi Klang Racquet club, on Sukhumvit Soi 49 (up from Sumitiviej hospital).

6 Tennis courts plus

badmitton, squash, raquetball, two pools, gym, resturant...

12,000bht / year

can also pay 1, 3, 6 months or daily rate.

Hi, I have just signed on here, never used a blog before, so I hope this finds it way to you. I am a club standard tennis player, live in England. I shall be in Bangkok in June and again for a couple of months in September so somewhere which accommodates this sounds good. What is the general standard like, is it easy to get to, is it easy to arrange games, is there general club play (as I don't know any tennis players in Bangkok). I also play squash (in fact more than tennis)- do you know of a good squash club? Is there aclub where you can do both?

Sorry about all the questions!!!!

Carl

PM if you want a game. I'm a 3.5+ level player and like to play singles for fun. I play in a bunch of places but normally stick to Sukhumvit 38 or AUA Rajadamri, which is between Silom and Chidlom.

I play at Soi 38 sometimes too. Shoot me an email at shintan17@hotmail.com if you would like to hit!! I am a solid 4.0.

Shin,

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not sure if these were mentioned:

Ari Tennis, Soi 26. newest courts, they just redid them a few months ago. court is 250 baht/hour and knockers are 300 - 400 baht/hour. nice people and coaches, tho if you don't speak some thai it may be difficult.

Tobacco Monopoly (near Rama IV entrance). old courts showing their age, but only 90 baht/hour. good for lessons and practice. no idea how you reserve these, they are often open in the morning and midday, showers there, too.

Nai Lert Park Hotel. two courts. pricey for non-members (500 baht per person, per day, assuming courts are free) but relatively inexpensive annual membership, which includes their gym and swimming pool.

Conrad Hotel. two courts. a little more expensive than Nai Lert Park.

if anyone wants to play, i'm probably a 3.5, play a few times a week (mostly in the morning), would love some new hitting partners!

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Tobacco Monopoly (near Rama IV entrance). old courts showing their age, but only 90 baht/hour. good for lessons and practice. no idea how you reserve these, they are often open in the morning and midday, showers there, too.

Really ??

I drive thru The Tobacco Co almost every day and did not know this.

Guess I will have to go looking for them.

Thanks

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