TOKYO LAWN TENNIS CLUB
10 Clay courts
Locker rooms with showers and a large bath
Located in the heart of Tokyo, the Tokyo Lawn Tennis Club is one of Japan’s oldest and most famous tennis clubs. Facilities include ten clay courts, a large clubhouse, locker rooms and snack bar. Established in 1900 it was a venue for most international tennis matches played in those days. It became a cornerstone of international goodwill and helped the development of tennis as a popular sport in Japan. The club remains today true to its heritage as a haven for international tennis lovers with a balance of Japanese and foreign members. Currently the Imperial Family, diplomats, former Japanese tour and Davis Cup players and people from over 20 nations are members of the club.
A member of PBI since 1980, John has been a tennis coach at the Tokyo Lawn Tennis Club since 2017. This is his second term at TLTC having also worked at the club for five years earlier in his career. A native of Deerfield, Massachusetts and graduate of Hobart College in Geneva, New York, John is certified as an Elite Professional with the USPTA and conducted numerous coaching workshops with Peter Burwash. Fluent in Japanese, John enjoys bringing people from different backgrounds together to enjoy fitness and friendships through tennis.
Japan, 〒106-0047 Tokyo, Minato City, Minamiazabu, 5 Chome−6−41 東京ローンテニスクラブ
Private and Group lessons
Stroke of the Week
Men's Morning Workouts