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Cheam Tennis Club

Cheam Tennis Club is a section of Cheam Sports Club and was established in 1926. The club has gained Sport England’s prestigious Tennis Clubmark standard, which demonstrates it’s commitment to excellence in all areas.

 

Social Play

Members really enjoy meeting each week for social tennis. Available all year round, these informal sessions enable all to play tennis regularly while developing their skills and meeting new people.

 

Coaching

Amit Mohindra heads the coaching team and brings over 20 years of experience to the club.  Amit is available to give group or individual lessons, tailored to your requirements and catering for all playing standards. There are regular courses for the juniors and adults as well as kids holiday camps.

 

Competitive Tennis

There’s a range of club tournaments, which enable all to try match play. Teams are also active in the local Surrey league teams. And as result, the club is always on the lookout for more competitive tennis players.

 

Membership

Since there are no joining fees and a wide range of membership options, joining Cheam Tennis Club is easy. And whether you’re a junior, an adult or playing tennis in later life, you’ll enjoy being a member.

 

Extras

Members love to meet off court and so there’s an extensive programme of social events. Plus the club’s clubhouse has a multi-screen sports bar and chef-prepared meals.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Artificial Grass: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Cheam Sport Club, Peaches Close, Sutton, Surrey, SM2 7BJ
    Telephone:
    07939 223312
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