Frinton Lawn Tennis Club

Racket Sport Services is pleased to announce that as from Saturday 13th May 2017 that it will be providing an ‘on-site’ stringing service and shop at Frinton Lawn Tennis Club.

We will be open at least five days a week for restringing, racket sales and to give advice to both members and none members alike. Our minimum opening until the end of August will be;-

Mondays 10:00 to 14:00

Tuesday 16:00 to 19:00

Wednesday 10:00 to 17:00

Thursday closed

Friday 12:00 to 17:00

Saturday open 12:00 to 16:00*

Sunday open 12:00 to 16:00*

*weekend opening will alternate i.e. open Saturday, closed Sunday and the following week closed Saturday and open Sunday, commencing with Saturday opening on Saturday 13th May.

In addition we will be open when the club have one off events and tournaments and provide a stringing service for the four LTA torunaments held at the club this year.  

USRSA Master Racquet Technician

David Hall has passed the examination and satisfied the expereince requirements to be named a Master Racquet Technician (MRT) by the United States Racquet Stringers Association (USRSA). The MRT offers customers the best assurance of superior racquet service. In other words, the MRT benefits both the professionals who earn the designation and those they serve.


New Website

If you have reached this website then welcome from Racket Sport Services. We hope you like the products for sale here, and we will strive to continue to bring quality products to the racket sport industry whilst maintaining our other core business of racket stringing.

Please contact us with any comments, opinions, and suggestions to help us deliver your requirements.

Tennis Industry Association (TIA), The Business of Tennis Forum 2016, Queens Club, London

Racket Sport Services as a member of the TIA attended the 2016 The Business of tennis Forum at Queens Club in late April 2016.

Paul Burditt the LTA Head of Business Insight and Planning presented a paper concerning their work around growing participation and the challenges they face.

One interesting fact is that over the last ten years adult participation has dropped by 16% when over the same period fitness and conditioning has increased by 75%!!