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About Jonathan Markson Tennis
The International Tennis Camp was established in 1981 by British Tennis Coach, Jonathan Markson. Top professional players and coaches come together to provide an intensive and stimulating tennis experience.
Jonathan Markson Tennis aims to provide to players of all ages and levels a rewarding and enjoyable tennis experience, where the coaching is serious but fun in an environment that is beautiful and relaxing.
London Tennis Camp
An intensive tennis week in London for players wishing to develop their tennis ability.
Jonathan Markson Tennis runs tennis weeks over Easter, half-term and the summer holidays. The camps are non-residential and are suitable for adults and children of all levels.
The London tennis camp is based in Barn Elms, Barnes (SW13).
With 20 all-weather and astro-turf tennis courts, this is a perfect location for the intensive tennis program. The tennis courts are part of a larger sports facility which itself is set in 52 acres of parkland and adjacent to over 100 acres of the beautiful Wetlands Centre.
Open yourself to London's unique culture and history
London is full of amazing cultural and historic richness such as Buckingham Palace, headquarters of the British monarchy, the amazing National Gallery and Madame Tussaud where you can meet all your favourite celebrities. Make sure you take at least a day (or three!) to enjoy those unique places.
Discover London by foot
London's scenery is best viewed on long walks. The main parks include Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Regent's Park, Green Park and the St James Park. The parks serve as a great way to rejoice for the pedestrian traveler and adds grandeur to the city of London.
Watch live sport
London is a name synonymous with sports that have been played here from times immemorial. The sights for visitor's with a love for sports include Olympic Stadium, The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Lord's Cricket Ground, Chelsea Football Club and Wembley Stadium.
Shopping in London
London is a name synonymous with fashion. It lives to offer one of the best shopping experiences you would have ever had. If you are running short of time then it is best to hit Oxford street as it spells fashion in every sense possible. For those wanting to go a bit further, there is always the option of visiting its markets namely Portobello, Spitalfields, Brick Lane and the Camden Market.
London Wetlands Centre
The tennis facilities are located right next to the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT). The WTT is a conservation charity that saves wetlands, which are essential for life itself. Wetlands are the primary source of drinking water for people and wildlife. They also connect us with nature, and with ourselves, through beautiful landscapes and inspiring encounters with wildlife.