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Rustlings Lawn Tennis Club

Established in 1883, Rustlings Lawn Tennis Club takes its name from its original site in Endcliffe Park. The club moved to its current site on Collegiate Crescent in 1888 and is Sheffield’s oldest lawn tennis club and was one of the founder members of the Sheffield & District Lawn Tennis Association.

 

Social Play

The courts are open for social play every Sunday mornings all year round. As well as Wednesday and Friday evenings during the summer months. New members are welcome to pay a visitors fee and play up to 4 times before having to join.

 

From spring to autumn the club hosts a number of monthly social tournaments which provide the perfect environment to welcome new members to the club.

 

Coaching

The club offers a variety of coaching sessions to cater for all ages and abilities, including Mini tennis. Coaches can also provide private coaching sessions for small groups or individuals who prefer a one-on-one style of coaching.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club regularly fields competitive teams in the Sheffield & District Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Doubles league. And so there’s plenty of options if you want to play more competitively.

 

Membership

Rustlings Lawn Tennis Club has a selection of different membership packages, which suit players of all ages and ability. Having a variety of membership subscriptions will allows new members to select the right package for them. Whether it’s a winter or summer subscription or a full 12 months subscription.

Outdoor Courts: 5

    • Macadam: 5

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

        Address:
        Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2DJ
        Telephone:
        01142 661978

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