Tennis members play in the Surrey League, National League, the Woking District league, and Midweek League. Juniors-only competitions such as Surrey National League and Road to Wimbledon are also played. In the summer term, ages 9-16 can take part in social tournaments.
Foxhills’ Country Club and Full Members receive access to a comprehensive schedule of group tennis coaching sessions, ranging from level 6 to level 1. The Adult tennis timetable is available throughout the year.
Whether your child is learning the game or has been playing for years, Foxhills’ tennis coaches are able to help develop their skills with one-to-one sessions, group coaching and camps during the school holidays.
Private tennis lessons, suitable for all levels of tennis abilities, are available year-round with the Club’s professionals.
Social Tennis is available with mixers running 10.30am to 12.30pm Wednesday's and 11.30am to 1.30pm Sunday's, with Club leagues and an annual Championship running for the more competitive tennis players. Members can also take part in an Internal Box League which runs all year for singles, doubles and mixed. Plus, an Annual Club Championships for Adults and juniors running from May - September.
Whether you want to perfect your backswing or meet other players, take part in our complimentary tennis classes.
Whether you’re learning how to play tennis or want to improve your serve, Foxhills’ team of tennis professionals can assist. All our coaches are LTA qualified and licensed professionals, with full DBS checks.
The tennis courts are available for Country Club and Full Members of Foxhills, as well as hotel residents. The below guide provides information on what to wear when playing tennis and other frequently asked questions. Should you need more information, please email the tennis team.
Appropriate tennis clothing must be worn. Jeans or swimwear are not acceptable. A tennis shirt/top must be worn at all times. Coloured tennis clothing is permitted. The correct footwear must be worn; tennis trainers must be non-marking and running shoes are not advisable as they can mark the courts and are dangerous to wear when playing tennis.
When tennis is being played, players wishing to access an adjoining court by passing behind other players must wait until the point has been played. At this point, you should request to those already playing that you can pass through to the next court. Foxhills is a friendly Club so please respect your fellow tennis players at all times. Juniors under the age of 10 years must not be left unsupervised on the courts.
Tennis court bookings can be made either at The Pavilion reception or by calling 01932 704461 up to 48 hours in advance. Courts may be booked for 60, 90 or 120 minutes; please specify your requested playing time when booking. Courts must be cleared by 10pm on weekdays and 8pm at weekends.
If you are unable to make your tennis court booking then please cancel your court by contacting The Pavilion or Healthspa. This is especially vital at weekends as people are likely to be waiting for a court.
If a reserved court is left empty and there are people waiting to play, then those waiting may claim the court after a 15-minute wait period.
New players – both for League matches and Club competitions – are always welcome. If you are a Full or Country Club member at Foxhills and would like to represent the Club at League matches, please speak with Pippa Britton, Head Tennis Professional. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call in to the Tennis Pavilion.
Nine of Foxhills’ tennis courts are floodlit. Please ask the Pavilion Reception to turn on the lights when you check in. If you are on court and need the lights turned on, please return to ask the Pavilion Reception staff.
After finishing your game on the clay courts, please make sure that you use the court sweepers to brush them after use. Please leave the sweepers flat at the side of the court by the fence. When leaving the clay court area, please make sure you tap the excess clay off your shoes and use the shoe brushes just situated outside both gates. This will prevent excess clay being left on all the pathways as you walk out of the club.
Please leave the court sweepers on the hooks provided after use as it prevents the rubbers bending and prolongs their lives.
Mobile phones must be kept on silent while playing to avoid disturbing other players.
Glass bottles and glasses are not allowed on court; drinks must be in plastic containers or disposable cups. Please throw all rubbish away in the bins provided and leave the court how you would like to find it when you arrive. Do not leave the metal ring pulls from tennis ball cans lying on the court as these can cause an accident; please dispose of them in the bins provided.
Scooters, rollerskates and bicycles are not permitted on the courts as they damage the surface. It is advisable to place prams/pushchairs outside the court area if you are playing so as not to put any children at risk of being hit.