About Us

Welcome to Balcombe Tennis!

We are friendly and family orientated tennis courts open to players of all abilities.  We organise social events, social tennis evenings and the occasional fun tournament from time to time during the season.

We are continuing to invest in our facilities and the courts have just been professionally cleaned so they should be in the best possible condition for the coming season.

Our new 2017-18 season kicked off officially on 1st April 2017 – our first event was a great success on Sunday 23rd April 2017 when everybody was invited to our SEASON OPENER including Rusty Rackets Doubles for all ages, new membership or renewal, cream teas, and cordial! Our membership take up is already looking excellent and we recently held a Fun Tournament on 21 May – the weather was wonderful and both young and older members enjoyed both the tennis and Balcombe Tennis’ infamous cream teas!! Watch this space for more opportunities to indulge.

Our next forthcoming event – a Ladies’ Social Tournament on Tuesday 26 September 2017! See post on top right of this page for further details! And remember its never too late to become a member of Balcombe Tennis!

We’ll be hosting Social Tennis evenings on Thursdays from 7pm when members can turn up and get a game whatever your level.  We do try and have at least one committee member present each Thursday but it is designed to be a self-managed evening which means that Social Tennis can still happen even if no committee member can make it.  We will also be running a tennis surgery again this season with a professional coach once or twice a month at Social Tennis subject to there being enough interest amongst members – further details to follow.

For more information about Balcombe Tennis we have produced a handy leaflet here containing details of events, such as tournaments and fun days, and notification will be sent out by email and by announcements in the Parish Magazine and notices around the village.

Finally, a gentle reminder that all people using the courts must be members (except for public playing sessions) or playing with a member having paid the appropriate fee including those adults and children being coached by professional coaches.