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Graffham Tennis Club

Graffham Tennis Club is the friendliest of village tennis clubs where players of all ages and abilities will find a warm welcome. The club is set against the stunning backdrop of the South Downs in the village of Petworth. Next to the club is a newly refurbished Sports Pavilion, a superb facility and a great asset to the sports and social clubs in Graffham.

 

Social Play

There’s a club night every Thursday evening and this is a great way to join in at the club while meeting new people and playing regular tennis. As there’s is only one social tennis session each, this means that there is loads of free court time for members to book and enjoy their own games.

 

Coaching

Club coach, Richard Hopp is available for personal and group coaching. He runs a rusty rackets course for those adults who are returning after a break or just starting out.

 

Junior Coaching normally runs from Easter until the Autumn half-term holiday. Each school term there are after-school courses for different age groups on Wednesdays. Also, there are coaching sessions during each school holiday.

 

Competitive Tennis

The annual Tennis Week in July brings together members and friends for informal play, special matches and tournaments. As well as a few social events.

 

Membership

With three types of affordable membership, it’s easy to join Graffham Tennis Club. Family, adult and junior membership packages are available and cost under £1 per week. So the club offers some of the lowest fees in the country and aims to encourage all to play tennis.

Outdoor Courts: 2

    • Hard: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Graffham Recreation Ground, The Street, Graffham, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0QA
      Telephone:
      01798 867484

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