Best Tennis Clubs In Washington Near Me

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1. St Albans Tennis Club

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2 reviews
St Albans Tennis Club
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 3101 Wisconsin Ave, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 537-5765

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Kathryn Dreitzler: ‘Membership only’, great way to help serve the surrounding community

Fitz Collings: Great courts, great location, great staff.

2. East Potomac Tennis Center

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East Potomac Tennis Center
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1090 Ohio Dr SW, Washington, DC 20024

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM

Telephone: (202) 554-5962

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Hubert Shang: Plenty of great hard and clay courts at a beautiful location, but as others have stated—awful service. It’s almost like they don’t want you to use their courts. It’s almost impossible to reach someone on the phone to make reservations. They either need an online booking system or someone consistently at the front desk to field reservation requests.

Chanpen Tee: Clay courts are ok but there are many cracks on hard courts. The staff is nice and helpful. A lot of parking spots

Mikel Ortiz Fernández: Worst service you can expect. No response to emails at all, unjustified extra charges. I recommend that you find somewhere else to play/take tennis classes.

Nick Pallotta: We hired Charles to coordinate our event. He was awesome and worked really hard. Spent a lot of time with people helping them improve their game.

Nicole Stroner: This set of indoor courts is among the dirtiest I’ve ever played on. So much grit on the floor makes the ball bounce slowly, and suspends time for shot. More like a clay court than hard court. If you want hard court, would not play here again.

Saeed Dornajafi: My brother and I have been taking beginner classes here, and regularly rent courts to practice. We’ve been very happy with our coach, Yared, and have enjoyed the facilities and the location. The staff is very nice. Vernon at the front desk is always very helpful.

Chaturbhuj bhojwani: Is excellent place for indoor tennis lots of parking available.

Ross Farley: Courts are good but the service is really terrible. The staff make you feel as if they’re doing you a favor getting you a court - which you pay for. They also left us waiting at the counter into the hour while they meandered about chatting to people.

Christian Karasiewicz: They have clay and hard courts. The courts aren't well maintained and it can be difficulty to reach staff to make an appointment or find out about weather conditions and court closings. Parking is also limited as bikers tend to think they can park in the lot specifically reserved for the tennis courts because it's convenient for them.

David Halliday: Great for what it is. Don't expect 5-star service, but the courts are pretty good and the prices are generally good. The clay courts feel overpriced. Indoor is a good value.

3. The Vern Tennis Center at GW

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The Vern Tennis Center at GW
Facilities
4.3
Services
4.1
Prices
4.1
Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.5

Address: Outdoor Tennis Courts, 2100 Foxhall Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 8:30PM ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 242-6100

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Sanjay Pingali: Great lighted courts!

Bobby Culver: Great place to play into the night and watch the Men's and Women's Tennis teams practice 😎. Great pros/coaches too.

4. Washington Kastles Tennis

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4 reviews
Washington Kastles Tennis
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 509 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Telephone: (202) 483-6647

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Anna James: Kastles are fun to watch, it's not the same as professional tennis, since the world team tennis style is a bit funky, but the matches are enjoyable and the crowd can really get into the games. The stars on the Kastles are great and it's fun to watch some of the pros enjoy a less competitive game. I'm excited to see the new venue at GWU this summer.

Jim Young: One of the sporting gems in DC. The Washington Kastles are fun to watch and the Stadium at The Wharf is ideal location for watching some great tennis while taking in some of the waterfront views. The World Team Tennis format is lots of fun for fans of all ages to enjoy and really get into the action. Also highly recommend their Charity Classic event mixing tennis and local celebrities. For an ideal place to eat and enjoy a drink while on the grounds, recommend the umbrella tables on the backside of the stadium overlooking the water and boats with the monuments in the background. In addition to the ATP and WTA tennis stars on court, you never know who you might see at a Stadium. For the opener this season, First lady Michelle Obama and Washington Redskins Hall of Fame running back John Riggins were in the stands, along with Billie Jean King, tennis legend and the founder of WTT. The Washington Kastles set a pro sports team record winning 34 straight matches, plus won win the WTT Championship and the King Trophy three times in a row.

binh ta: Fun event... :)

5. Lenore Pool & Tennis Club

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Lenore Pool & Tennis Club
Facilities
4.3
Services
4.4
Prices
4.5
Parking
4.6
Wifi
4

Address: 4201 Lenore Ln NW, Washington, DC 20008

Telephone: (202) 966-6587

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C. Eric Samuel: A quaint members only swim and tennis club for community residents and their guests near the Van Ness community. A single hard court contained in a fenced enclosure next to a small swimming pool with restroom facilities. As invited guests presenting the world renowned Yonex Tennis line of racquets, we enjoyed round robin tennis play and friendly serving games for promotional gifts. A fun tennis event with wonderful tennis players who enjoyed playing while social distancing during the pandemic. Thank you all for having us. C. Eric Samuel Yonex Brand Ambassador NetPlay Universe Sports Representing Tennis Zone Plus Washington, DC

Dana Savage: Need to know a member to go.

6. International Tennis Club of Washington

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International Tennis Club of Washington
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1800 Old Meadow Rd H, McLean, VA 22102

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 11PM

Telephone: (703) 556-8801

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Clarke Thomas: Court tennis court in sports complex. Only court with a glass wall. Hidden away on the top of the complex with several flights to climb.

7. FifthSet, Inc.

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FifthSet, Inc.
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1715 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 670-9770

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8. Fitzgerald Tennis Center

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Fitzgerald Tennis Center
Facilities
4.7
Services
4
Prices
4.6
Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.9

Address: 4850 Colorado Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM

Telephone: (202) 722-5949

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Zia: The Citi Open is when this place comes to life! Other than that it stays pretty empty year round. For tennis lovers the courts are well maintained. I would love to see it used more than just once a year.

Anna Johnson (TropicAna): Visited the park for City Open 2017. Awesome experience. The only, parking for regular guests was very unorganized. We drove all the way from Hampton, VA and then we need to go find parking and take a bus to the tournament. But the park is awesome, courts are great. Good experience

J.Brytni B: Such a nice place. I had no idea they offered so much. Including a gym, gift shop, and plenty of vendors.

Davell501: Great courts but need lights for most of the courts and stadium NEEPS an update

Mukaram Syed: Nice setup and friendly staff.

Karl Van Neste: I enjoyed the tennis. They have improved the venue over the years and with Nadal, they are getting better talent. The food leaves a lot to be desired. Be ready to eat food that was processed hours earlier and shipped from one area to another. And, be prepared to spend top dollar on it. $14 for a large beer. $16 for chicken nuggets and cold hard fries. The weather can also be hot, so be sure to wear sun tan lotion. The web site is only partially accurate; its links are average (some pointing to the previous year) and it isn't updated in a timely manner. Lastly, they don't do a good job showing scores on other courts. They used to do a better job of this.

Stephanie Turner: No place to sit down! There are no benches around the venue to rest. No doubt you are meant to go in one of the food place where you're pressured to buy something. Also, not much in the merch tent. Miss the Citi Open of old!

Victoria Hübenthal: 🎾 awesome place to exercise your tennis energy!!

Brandon Wiebusch: The courts at Fitzgerald Tennis Center are great. The clay courts are a lot of fun and the hard courts are nice as well. If you are interested in training Charles is the guy to see. My tennis game has improved tremendously since I started working with him. 5 Stars!!!

Michael Burton: Very poor front desk management. I tried several times to call the front desk to cancel a lesson well in advance because I knew you had to cancel at least 24 hours in advance in order to get a credit for a makeup lesson. Sadly, I couldn't reach anyone until the day of the lesson because no one ever answered the phone in the days prior. When I finally reached someone I was denied a credit because I canceled on the day of the lesson even after I explained I had no luck reaching anyone before the 24-hour cutoff after making several attempts. If you're gonna have a front desk, be there. If you're gonna have a phone, answer it.

9. UDC Tennis Courts

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5 reviews
UDC Tennis Courts
Facilities
4.5
Services
4.2
Prices
4.6
Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.8

Address: 4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

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Julian Saenz: Closed to the public. (Relatively recent policy -- within the past couple of years.) So, on weekends and, I imagine, evenings, these lovely courts go unused and are empty.

John Herne: These courts are locked up and go unused as a result. A real shame.

Evan Wilder: Lovely lit courts that are well maintained.

Nicolas Durand: Closed to the public.

10. S E Tennis & Learning Center

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S E Tennis & Learning Center
Facilities
4
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
4.4
Wifi
4.8

Address: 701 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 9PM ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 645-6242

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Leslie Glenn: It was very nice. A well maintained place. They premiered the movie about Venus and Serena Williams called "King Richard". The very venue that they built.

Austin Graff: The Southeast Tennis and Learning Center is a large tennis complex near Oxon Run Park, a large city park with trails, a playground and amphitheater. This tennis center has ample parking and many indoor and outdoor tennis courts. There's a small playground outside. Inside, the space is clearly newly renovated and very nice.

MH Mosby: Thank you DC for sponsoring a COVID vaccine site for ward 8 residents. Huge shout out to HU, GW, GT for volunteers, and all others that contributed to the success of the day.

Betty Entzminger: Just left an amazing event there. It's a beautiful place with an awesome mission..

andrew: Didn't even know this place was here for so long. Looks good, I'll have to bring my kids here

rhonda mcpherson: I use the gym 3 times a week. Extremely clean and safe. I love it.

Char Jack: Facilities are the cleanest of all DPR tennis facilities. And the staff is super pleasant. Front desk folks always greet you with a smile. Best kept secret in SE! (It’s not SW)

Melissa Godbolt: I appreciated the service that Cora Masters Barry made available to DC residents to be able to get vaccinated.

Timothy Williams: I think it's an amazing place to go for kids and yourself for tennis. My cousin goes goes to tennis camp there and they are the best. I also go to play to tennis on the weekends. The tennis courts are amazing. 5 stars

Chanpen Tee: There are 6 indoor hard courts. The facility is nice and clean. Well managed

11. Tennis Courts

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Tennis Courts
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Washington, DC 20007

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12. Edgemoor Club

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14 reviews
Edgemoor Club
Facilities
4.2
Services
4.3
Prices
5
Parking
4.1
Wifi
5

Address: 7415 Exeter Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 9PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 907-2961

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Ethan Stearns: Clay tennis courts are great

Holden Lombardo: Nice pool, food and tennis courts.

Norman Gold: Very nice tennis

Tanner Martz: Great

Stephen Rochkind: Great club.

Dulio Martinez: Awesome

Harambe: (Translated by Google) R.I.P Harambe(Original)R.I.P Harambe

13. Rock Creek Tennis Stadium

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Rock Creek Tennis Stadium
Facilities
4.8
Services
4.7
Prices
4.5
Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.3

Address: 16th St NW & Kennedy St NW, Washington, DC 20011

Telephone: (202) 732-5949

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Alexandra Ritchie: Was able to park on or near 14th St and walk a few blocks. Very clean space, friendly staff, well organized. Good views even in the cheaper seats!

Emilie K: Came for Citi Open finals with the hopes to see Nadal. Unfortunately he didn’t make it to the end of the tournament but it finals were great! Great stadium! If any out of towners are watching a game over the summer, don’t forget sunscreen and a hat!

Sheng L: We saw the men’s semis (Nishikori vs M. McDonald) and women’s final (Gauf vs Pegula) matches last night. There is is so little information anywhere about what to expect so I had to scour through reviews from Trip Advisor, Yelp, etc. from years past. Make sure to sign up for the Citi Open emails as it’ll tell you when gates open for your sessions and provide an estimated schedule on the day of your tickets. Go to Twitter for real time updates. Our tickets said 7 pm but the men’s match that evening actually started around 6:30 pm. We were lucky enough to get a parking space at a restaurant a block away that didn’t have a time limit/zone restrictions, etc. Beware that parking for all the nearby neighborhoods becomes restricted so you need a special permit to park. Parking Lot B, which is the lot that’s on the grounds is all grass, in case it’s raining on the day of your session. Getting through the ticket line and security was quick and easy. The bag checks were merely a formality and they don’t dig around in your bag at all. Your tickets say they must be printed but I saw plenty of people getting in with the one on their phones. If you have a Citi credit card, bring it with you. You get 10% off for all purchases using your Citi card, as well as access to the Citi lounge, which is air conditioned and has TVs showing the matches. Make sure you have your Citi card out as they’ll ask for it. Only one person in your group needs to show their Citi card. You’ll be given a blue wristband so you can re-enter as you please. Freebies in the Citi lounge are: radio earbud so you can listen to commentaries about the matches, all snacks, water, soda and Gatorade. The only thing you have to pay for in the Citi lounge is alcohol but you automatically get 10% off even if you don’t use a Citi card. There were two other large, covered tents that sold a little bit of food and alcohol. Lines can get long. My boyfriend paid $13 for a 24oz can of Miller Lite. On the opposite end (think it was called the Market Square) is a cafeteria where you can just grab food and pay. I got an Impossible burger, chicken sandwich and bottle of water for $40. My burger was cold and gross but my bf said his chicken sandwich was ok. Other food options in the cafeteria were pizzas, onion rings, chicken fingers/waffle fries combo and hotdogs. Also, there was an attendant in the ladies bathroom who took tips (European style). She wasn’t handing you soap, perfume, feminine products but she was keeping the bathroom clean. The women’s line was very long so just make sure to go during a match. No attendant in the men’s bathroom though. As for the actual matches, there really isn’t a bad seat. We could only get tickets for the very last row of the nosebleed seats and even those weren’t bad. Figuring out your row was a bit tricky as the rows lettering wasn’t very clear. We were in Section 10 and halfway through the men’s match when two new ticket holders showed up, the guys below us figured out they weren’t even in the right section. I will have to say it takes awhile to focus on the match as we could hear all the noises outside of the court but maybe that’s because we were up so high. Also, there was a doubles match going on in the other court and we could hear everything the announcer said. Most of the seats on the second level were bleachers but the section behind the camera man were fold up chairs and so we’re all the seats on the first level, box seats. Some people brought cushions and even though we were on the bleachers, we didn’t think cushions were necessary. The staff was very nice and it was very quick and easy to get to our seats. All in all, a decent experience.

Raland Brooks: It's a great way to spend time either watch and learn the game of tennis

Jonás Porcar Ferrer: Cozy stadium. Great to enjoy tennis at the Citi open, very close to the action. The lavatories need an urgent renovation

Tejas Dave: It was a life time opportunity to see Rafa Nadal at CitiOpen 2021.

Dean Pugh: This has been a great venue for hosting the Citi Open in prior years, but it needs some maintenance. Also, there is a need for more space for additional vendors and seating in the kiosk/food service areas.

Jennifer Fang: Went here for Citi Open. The event and everything inside was great - very friendly and helpful staff, good security, and clean facilities all over. We had a good time moseying around the stadium/courts, getting food and drinks, and hanging out with friends. It was a pretty chill atmosphere overall. The only issue we had was with parking. The parking lots filled up very quickly, there were huge lines just to get in, and there were no signs or notices that the lot was full until we got to the front of the line and spoke to the workers individually. We ended up having to go 15 min down the road to another building's parking lot, but the event staff did have shuttle buses arranged to take ppl to and from the event, which was nice since parking in DC is a nightmare. I just wish there was a way to notify ppl beforehand ("lot full" on the marquee, signs in the road, info on website, etc.). Any kind of forewarning would've drastically shortened the parking line, as it was only long bc the staff had to go speak to every car individually.

Eric Diaz: Great tennis venue. Bathrooms were not clean and very old but the rest of grounds were nice.

alex gordiyenko: parking situation is ridiculous! Got the tickets and couldn't even park anywhere within less than 15 mins away, even though were plenty of empty spaces on B just left, wasted $200. Fix your parking before selling tickets!

14. Banneker Tennis Courts

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37 reviews
Banneker Tennis Courts
Facilities
4.8
Services
4.7
Prices
4.6
Parking
4.9
Wifi
4.3

Address: 2500 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 9PM ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

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Alfie Paul: These are good courts and they are lit at night. There is parking. The down side is that they are crowded in the warmer months and you often have to wait a while to play and then only get an hour on court if there are people waiting. On Saturdays a church group takes over half the courts for most of the day during the summer. The city might pay a little more attention to the upkeep as there are times when nets are a little sketchy, but overall a great free place to play.

Slav Gatchev: Very nice, well maintained and lit but everyone knows all that and everyone therefore makes a beeline there so expect to wait during peak times. By and large people behave and vacate courts within an hour.

Shameer Zahid: Great spot to get your tennis fix!

Ignacio Guinle: Tennis court is ok. Concrete is not perfect but not than bad. Really crowded after 6pm, first come first serve. Morning is the best time to play.

Tim Murphy: Solid courts. Just wish you could reserve them.

Emir Sfaxi: Love Banneker courts. Super well organized but always requires some wait!Some players should be reminded that 1h is the max when others are waiting

David Beckel: This courts here were renovated on 2019. It's a great place to play.

Elisha Bridges: Too many people steal around there plus alot of homeless people be careful high crime area car break-in

Dane Lamendola: Incredibly well maintained courts given that they are free to use. However, be prepared to wait as a result.

Marika Wieliczko: Very nice tennis courts and very cute boys 😏😏😏

15. JTCC

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43 reviews
JTCC
Facilities
4.2
Services
4.7
Prices
4.6
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.6

Address: 5200 Campus Dr, College Park, MD 20740

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM

Telephone: (301) 779-8000

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Review: "The club called police to remove the opposing parent."

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Isaac: Great management. Great courts. Great program.The perfect blend of school and tennis at the same place.

Maty C.: They have tennis classes for children and adults in the summer. The membership gives you access to a lot of perks like fitness classes and the gym. Instructors are professional and fun.

Chanpen Tee: There're a lot of hard courts and clay courts. Nice and clean facility. Staff is nice. There are a lot of parking space.

Rohullah Moradi: Very good I had great time in JTCC with my children's

Varun Suryan: Great staff and coaches. Loving my time here being a member and feel so supported.
Response: Thanks Varun for the great review! Glad you’re enjoying your experience as a member!

W. Ethan Eagle: Discover tennis is a great way to get introduced to the game and coach Houston is a treat. Highly recommend.

Trevor Lessard: Been an adult member for over 5 years. Quality club at an affordable price. Its a top tier training facility for juniors, so obviously that's their priority. Adult members need to recognise this, and the price savings relative to other clubs because of it, or it can be frustrating to some. But honestly, never really have an issue getting a court. The real problem is the new adult coordinator who seem tone deaf to the adult members needs in terms of clinics and flexibility.
Response: Thank you for the kind words Trevor and the constructive feedback for others. Glad you've had a positive experience with us!

Windsurfing Hydrofoil (FRPGear): During12U sectional at College Park Tennis Center one parent opposed videotaping of his child. The club called police to remove the opposing parent. And, videotaping continued. I have invested several years into junior tennis and never witnessed police enforced videotaping of children while parents oppose. I would be concerned to take my kids to College Park Tennis Center because they may call police to enforce different things on my children. Perhaps, for that rough DC area it's ok. Tennis lessons at College Park are very expensive and do not deliver results comparable to the cost. They self promote to make it look like they are good in tennis development. I watched the tennis lessons of their full timers - nothing special. Coaches are showing off too much. No inspiration. Perhaps, they like to police and videotape more than play tennis. They have good YouTube videos.
Response: Thank you for your feedback. We're unclear with the exact details/events you're referring to, but please rest assured that we take very seriously all concerns raised by parents, members, and children at our tennis facility. The safety and security of everyone here at JTCC is our #1 priority at all times. Regarding our lessons and programs, we have expanded and improved many aspects of JTCC in the past few years and we even have a program called Rally in 10 which offers free or low cost tennis lessons to beginner adults in an effort to get more people playing tennis again. We hope you'll come back out and visit us!

Lynn Lawson: Large facility and very friendly staff and coaches!
Response: Hi Lynn, Thanks so much for the great review! Happy to hear you enjoyed the facility and meeting members of our team!

Brian Bennett: It's quite a bit of a drive for me to take my son to College Park, but it's definitely a top tennis training facility in this area, especially for 10 and under. A couple of other local clubs we tried were mostly a waste of time.
Response: Thank you Brian, we appreciate your words!