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The King’s Club

The King’s Club, Wimbledon is an exclusive private sports and fitness centre set in the grounds of King’s College School. Just a stone’s throw away from Wimbledon Common.

 

King’s offers a wide range of sporting activities including Swimming, rackets, a fitness suite, Badminton, Cricket, Basketball and so much more. As well as a range of fitness classes.

 

Social Play

The King’s Club has 4 wonderful artificial grass outdoor tennis courts, which are open to the public of all ages and abilities.

 

At the heart of the club’s tennis timetable is regular social sessions. These are a superb way to stay active and enjoy playing tennis while meeting new people.

 

Coaching

In terms of coaching, Individual and group coaching is available from the head coach, Sam Marland. Sam offers a range of coaching including holiday camps and courses. Sam also leads the social play sessions.

 

Competitive Tennis

The Club runs internal leagues throughout the year which are available to all members.

 

Membership

With flexible membership options, The King’s Club Wimbledon enables all to tailor their membership according to which sections of the Club they choose to take advantage of should it be tennis, squash, swimming and fitness. A family platinum membership is the club’s most popular package and includes 2 adults, as many children under 18 years plus a Nanny/Au Pair.

 

Staff are on hand to help you with choosing the most financially viable option for you.

Outdoor Courts: 6

      Indoor Courts: 0

        Facilities

        • Changing Rooms
        • Clubhouse
        Address:
        Woodhayes Road, Wimbledon Common, London, SW19 4TT
        Telephone:
        02082 555400

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