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Churchill Tennis Club

Churchill Tennis Club is a good value, friendly tennis club based at Winston Churchill School Sports Centre in St Johns, Woking. Churchill Tennis was formed at Winston Churchill School Sports Centre in 2003 to give local adults (16 +) the chance to play tennis.

 

As The Winston Churchill School is a specialist sports college, the tennis club uses a lottery grant helps to fund tennis coaching along side the centre’s facilities.

 

Social Play

Anyone can easily book a court, either online or over the phone. And since you don’t have to be a member, you can enjoy playing tennis as much or as little as you like. So what are you waiting for/?! Grab your racket and let’s get on court!

 

Coaching

Individual coaching lessons are available upon request. For the juniors, there’s a wide range of sessions available including Mini tennis, Under 18 Beginners and Junior Hitting Squads. There’s also a number of coaching groups for the adults. Coaches and other clubs are welcome to use the facilities for a small fee.

 

Competitive Tennis

There’s a range of competitive match play available. These opportunities include mixed doubles and singles. And as a result tennis players of all standards can test their abilities in match play.

 

Membership

Any member of the public can book a court online and play on the centre’s superb indoor courts. However, membership of Churchill Tennis Club entitles you to a number of benefits and is cost effective. Also as the club offer a number of membership types, the club caters to all.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

        Address:
        Churchill School Sports Centre, Hermitage Road, St Johns, Woking, Surrey, GU21 8TL
        Telephone:
        01483 797015

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