Andy Murray-sponsored padel and tennis courts are going to the waterfront

Game4Padel, a leading UK padel firm, will run multiple courts in Hove as part of the Kingsway to the Sea project, including four padel and six tennis courts. The facility will also include a new park, skatepark, and roller area.

andy murray playing padel
andy murray playing padel

As part of the Kingsway to the Sea project, there will be multiple courts close to Rockwater in Hove.

The top padel firm in the UK, Game4Padel, was chosen by Brighton and Hove City Council to run the facility, which will contain four padel and six tennis courts. Padel is a court sport that combines squash and tennis and is played inside.

As part of the Kingsway to the Sea project, a new park entitled Hove Beach Park is being developed. It will run from Hove Lagoon to the King Alfred Leisure Centre.

“We are looking forward to seeing tennis and padel thrive as part of a strong sports offering in the new park alongside bowls, croquet, the new skatepark, pump track, and roller area,” stated Councillor Julie Cattell, lead member for major projects.

Andy and Jamie Murray among the investors

“The business counts Andy and Jamie Murray, Annabel Croft, and Andrew Castle among its investors and brand ambassadors.”

Permission was granted for Game4Padel to set up three permanent covered courts at Withdean Sports Complex, where they were operating an open-air padel court. They are also scheduled to open this summer.

“We are thrilled to have been selected following a competitive pitch for this exciting regeneration project,” stated Michael Gradon, CEO of Game4Padel.