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Tennis Courts in Brighton

Brighton has loads of great places to play tennis throughout the year on whatever surface you love to rally on most. Tennis courts in Brighton can be discovered and booked online through the Playfinder platform. Courts in Brighton are hard, clay, grass or synthetic to enable games of all variations. Indoor options can also be booked on Playfinder if the weather is playing up.

Tennis rackets can be hired from select clubs, so it’s worth confirming before arriving for your game - whether singles or doubles. Plenty of clubs run local competitions for those players wanting to test themselves in a tournament format. Coaching lessons are also an option at some clubs for those players looking to work on a particular element of their game.

Saltdean Park

Saltdean Park provides a picturesque setting in which to play tennis. The facility is within walking distance from the beach, making it a great venue to play at if you're looking to relax after your game. Parking is available if you play to drive to the venue and it is possible to park for free, however spaces cannot be guaranteed.

Withdean Sports Complex

Withdean Sports Complex offers two indoor and three outdoor floodlit tennis courts so there is good availability at most times. Floodlights and indoor tennis courts also mean that you can play tennis all year round. Parking facilities are also available at the venue, with Preston Park station close-by if you'd prefer to get the train.

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