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Tennis in Široki Brijeg

Tennis in Široki Brijeg

In addition to football and basketball, tennis is also one of the most popular sports in Široki Brijeg. The history of tennis in Široki Brijeg begins between the two world wars, and later the first sports clubs have been established.


Today, you can recreationally play tennis in several different clubs, such as tennis club SET or tennis centre Ćavar - just be sure to book in advance. Rental prices of tennis court and equipment range from 10 KM per hour.

Children will be happy in tennis school, in which they can master the basics of tennis in easy and fun way. All equipment and trainings are adjusted for the children’s age.

In Široki Brijeg, tennis tournaments and BH state championships for all age categories are held each year, so if you are not into playing tennis, you can enjoy interesting matches.

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