Tennis Court reopening from 14th May

With guidance from the LTA, tennis courts 1 and 3 are now open.

The LTA have advised that benches are not to be used and to ensure that the courts are hygienic. Your Booking confirmation will advise what you need to do but it is basically common sense. Use Hand sanitiser (or gloves if you have none) to use the keypad and stagger your times so that you're never within 2 meters of the previous court users.

Hayling Island Community Centre is only open to the Hayling Helpers, so unfortunately they're unable to offer toilet or drink facilities.

Spectators are actively discouraged. 

 At the moment, Clubspark are still working on the option to unpause memberships. Because of this, we have decided we will be making the tennis courts free to play for everyone until this is resolved.

After consideration, Courts 1 and 3 shall be available to play on, so please make sure you get on and book as many sessions as possible for the next week or so to ensure you get earliest opportunity to play.

As always, please ensure you practise safe social distancing if playing with those not from your own household, don't use the benches and use hand sanitiser which is available at the courts, or take your own if possible.

Normal service will be resumed once Clubspark have sorted this issue out. In the meantime, please stay safe.

Hayling Park is a registered LTA venue.  What does this mean for you?  Well, players at registered venues can join the British Tennis Lite Membership and can access the British Tennis Member Wimbledon Ballot for free.   

British Tennis Membership is the LTA’s benefits scheme for individual players and fans. There are three tiers available: – British Tennis Lite Membership – British Tennis Team Membership – Child Membership 

British Tennis Lite Membership: is an exclusive free tier available for Juniors (11-17) and Adults (18 plus) who belong to our network of registered venues. Benefits include a British Tennis Rating and access to the annual British Tennis Wimbledon Ballot. 

British Tennis Team Membership is the full benefits tier that costs just £10 for juniors and £20 for adults.  Lite benefits are included plus priority ticket access for Major Events and Davis Cup, #ACE Magazine, 50% discounted Nitto ATP Finals tickets, and offers at the British Tennis Shop. 

Child Membership for 4-10 years is free and in return for registering, members receive a Mini-Tennis rating so they can start competing plus access to offers at the British Tennis Shop.

When you join our venue, if you wish to join British Tennis you can do so direct by visiting 

 When signing up the individual will first be asked to select either Child, Lite or Team Membership and then will be asked to select the primary venue that they belong to. Current Lite Members wanting to upgrade to Team Membership should log in to their Members Area and simply click upgrade. 

Playing tennis in the park is an accessible and enjoyable way to have fun, exercise and meet people, whatever your age or playing ability. 

The tennis courts at Hayling Island Community Centre are available all year round.

Users are able to become a member, book and secure their court time by clicking the following links Become a Member or book a court here.

High quality courts available for residents of Hayling Island! 

Havant Tennis League

The Havant Tennis League offers local residents friendly and competitive singles matches for adults of all standards!

If you would you like to play more singles or are looking for new people to play, the Havant Tennis League is a great way to play friendly, competitive tennis against other players in your area.

Players are organised into groups of a similar level and arrange their own matches at a mutually convenient time over an 8 week ‘round'.

You can play on any court in Havant or Hayling Island including the refurbished courts at Hayling Park and every player who completes 3 matches by the half way mark is sent a free can of tennis balls!

A Greg Rusedski interview is now live on our Roundup blog here.

Greg guides the viewer through the way that Local Tennis Leagues works, and talks about why he finds it so important for people to get behind.