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Sutton Tennis and Squash Club

Originally known as “Sutton Hardcourts”, Sutton Tennis and Squash Club is one of Surrey’s top tennis clubs. In addition to tennis and squash, there is racketball, pilates,  and sports therapy/massage. As well as regular social events such as quiz nights and live music. Plus you can enjoy watching sporting events on the big screen.

 

Founded in 1923, the club is one of the oldest in the UK and over the years has attracted a number of international tennis stars and played host to a number of international tournaments.

 

Social Play

There are three club sessions each week. Two of those are suitable for everyone above beginner level and one session is advanced, for the more competitive players. These sessions are a great way to play tennis with lots of different people, be active and social, meet new people and have a lot of fun. So, just turn up and join in!

 

Coaching

The club offers tennis coaching for juniors from age 3 to 18. For adults, there is coaching for all standards from beginners to advanced. Also as coaching covers all standards there’s help available for all who are looking to improve their game.

 

Competitive Tennis

For the more competitive, there’s plenty on offer. There are teams in local Surrey and national leagues, club tournaments and so much more.

 

Membership

Whether you are an adult looking to play tennis or squash, take coaching or a family with children, there is something for you at Sutton Tennis and Squash Club. Plus there’s a wide range of membership packages including tennis only, squash only and options which combine the two. Plus as all options are affordable, you’ll enjoy being a member.

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 9
  • Hard: 9

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    19 Devonshire Road, Sutton, Greater London, SM2 5HH
    Telephone:
    02086 432940

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