After 2 Decades, Sports Center Closes Its Doors

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By Benjamin Williams


SUDBURY – Bosse Sports notified it’s members by email on Thursday, July 16 it would not reopen its doors. 

The owner of Bosse Sports, DJ Bosse, wrote, “Unfortunately the cumulative effect of this pandemic, the restricted partial re-opening requirements, and uncertainty of what the future holds left me with no other choice but to close the club and sell the real estate in Sudbury.”  

Three days later on July 19, Infinitum Squash notified it’s members that Bosse Sports has been sold. 

Infinitum leased squash courts from Bosse and they are currently exploring other options in MetroWest and Boston for its members to continue their squash membership.

Bosse, previously a professional tennis player, had a vision for a high-end comprehensive family sports experience, By 1999, he raised the funds necessary to build Bosse Sports in Sudbury.  In 2007, Forbes magazine listed Bosse Sports as “One of America’s most luxurious gyms.”

The business was located at 141 Boston Post Road in Sudbury.


Benjamin Williams is a ninth grade student at the Fay School in Southborough. He is a SOURCE intern this summer. SOURCE is accepting applications for interns for Fall 2020 and spring 2021. Interested? Email



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