The Weald Tennis and Squash Racquets Club is situated beneath the beautiful South Downs National Park and within easy walking distance of Hassocks mainline railway station. The Club has 10 tennis courts including 4 floodlit, artificial clay courts and is currently the only club in Sussex to have all four running parallel to each other. The six hard courts are also floodlit. In addition we also have 4 new mini courts.
We welcome and cater for tennis players of all abilities including new players, rusty rackets, social, competitive and performance players.
The coaching team runs squads for all ages and abilities as well as value for money one-to-one lessons.
There is a great social tennis scene with organised doubles on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in addition to Club sessions on Tuesday evenings from 6.30 and Saturday afternoons from 2.00. So please do come down and have a hit with existing Members. We have box leagues for juniors and seniors as well as having 6 Men’s teams and 6 Ladies’ teams ranging from division 12 to currently Sussex Div 1 Club League for the Men’s 1st Team. Team training on a Thursday evening offers match tactics and competitive match play.
The Tennis Committee is chaired by David Cumberland and its members are Lauren Titshall, Joey de la Nougerede, Sandra Clark, Ken Parmenter, David Jeanes, Lucie Huard, Bradley Bant (Lead Coach) and the Club Manager Sharon Slade. All members of the Tennis Committee can be reached via Reception.
Future sessions to be arranged so for further dates please contact Bradley.
We also run regular fun and competitive tournaments throughout the year.
Come and join The Weald Lawn Tennis & Squash Racquets Club and discover why we believe we are one of the best clubs in Sussex with a Clubhouse and balcony that are the envy of many. Courts are available for public hire and please contact reception on 01273 844283 to book your court.
The Weald was the proud winner of the LTA Tennis Sussex “Club of the Year 2013”.
The Weald achieved the LTA’s Club Mark accreditation in 2015.