A tennis club in Sussex has celebrated its 75th anniversary with a series of games taking place across the sports netting
installed at the site.
Newhaven Tennis Club's members were on hand last Saturday (July 16th) to participate in an American Tournament, with both current and those from decades past taking part.
Furthermore, old photographs, memorabilia and memories were shared between those in attendance as members looked back on nearly eight decades of history, sussexexpress.co.uk reports.
The courts still remain on the Fort Road recreation ground after business people founded the club in 1936 - the same year as Fred Perry won the Wimbledon men's title.
Now, the club are still looking for new members to use the tennis facilities on offer to ensure that the club continues to grow in the future.
Earlier this month, Andy Murray returned to a Scottish tennis court in Paisley to see his mum teaching children about the sport.
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