Graves Tennis and Leisure Centre is set to open its doors to the public on 1st September.
The £16m redevelopment, which will be managed by Places for People Leisure on behalf of Sheffield City Council, features 10 outdoor and eight indoor tennis courts, a six-lane 25m swimming pool, a separate learner pool, a gym, fitness studios, and a gymnastics and trampolining centre.
The investment is the biggest in leisure facilities for the south Yorkshire city in the last 20 years.
Sport England provided £2.75m towards the project from its Iconic Facilities fund.
The centre, which has taken fifteen months to build, is on the same site as a new football 'hub' with outdoor football pitches, built in conjunction with the FA.
You can read the original article from Sports Management HERE