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1. St Albans Tennis Club

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2 reviews
St Albans Tennis Club
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
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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24 reviews
East Potomac Tennis Center
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1090 Ohio Dr SW, Washington, DC 20024

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

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
Location
4.8
Price
4.9
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

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

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 242-6100

Guy: Tennis club


Review: "Great lighted courts!"

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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
Location
4.8
Price
4.8
Class
4.9
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

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. Fitzgerald Tennis Center

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Fitzgerald Tennis Center
Location
4.4
Price
4.3
Class
4.3
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.3

Address: 4850 Colorado Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (202) 722-5949

Guy: Tennis court


Review: "For tennis lovers the courts are well maintained."

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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.

6. FifthSet, Inc.

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FifthSet, Inc.
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

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

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 670-9770

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7. S E Tennis & Learning Center

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S E Tennis & Learning Center
Location
4.7
Price
4.7
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 701 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 645-6242

Guy: Tennis court


Review: "The tennis courts are amazing. 5 stars"

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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

8. 18th Street Tennis Courts

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21 reviews
18th Street Tennis Courts
Location
4.3
Price
4.2
Class
4.2
Facilities
4.2
Teachers
4.2

Address: 2179 18th St NW #2159, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

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Ben C: Really well taken care of public courts. Can get busy on the weekends so expect a wait before being able to hop on and play. Also they have lights that stay on pretty late.

Jordan Parker: Great tennis courts and great lighting. Didn’t have to wait too long to get on the court. The nice thing about these courts is that they’re fully enclosed - which means you don’t have to worry about ruining anyone else’s tennis game. Excellent place for novices and pros a like. Well lit at night time.

Stephen Browne-Pike: The net on Court 1 is low but overall this is a great place to play. Turnover was consistent at 1hr.

Natalie Fertig: Nice looking tennis courts but we waited over an hour on a Saturday morning and there was still no open court.

Juan Felipe Murcia Guerrero: The tennis courts are very well maintained. There are only two courts so make sure to come ready to wait some time before one of them becomes available.

Isaac Gilles: Well maintained, well lit, and have a beautiful view. Pretty awesome place to play some tennis!

Noor Jemilah: Had a absolute wonderful time with my soul mate! The tennis match was intense!

Rahul Dubey: Good public courts...Usually a wait of up to 30 min or you walk on immediately

Marika Wieliczko: They're tennis courts, they were full.

Cara Fulton: Beautiful sunny day and no wait at noon.

9. International Tennis Club of Washington

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International Tennis Club of Washington
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

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

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

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.

10. Arlington YMCA Tennis & Squash Center

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15 reviews
Arlington YMCA Tennis & Squash Center
Location
3.6
Price
3.6
Class
3.7
Facilities
3.6
Teachers
3.6

Address: 3400 13th St N, Arlington, VA 22201

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM

Telephone: (703) 522-1700

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Jack jack: I just had a strange conversation with one of their employees who said I could not hit a tennis ball in a racquetball court lol ??? What? I wanted to rent a racquet ball court so I could help a beginning tennis player practice their tennis stroke by hitting the tennis ball off the racquet court walls. Easy peasy. No big deal. I have been doing this my whole life. Never had an issue with this request till today. It’s like the employee thinks they are running a 5 star country club where hitting a tennis ball in a racquet ball court is so déclassé. Give me darn break! It’s the freaking YMCA!! The rates are way too expensive anyways. This isn’t a darn country club for the rich and famous!! What a joke. I will never come here.

Gavin Watson: Had a tennis racquet restrung here. Lasted 16 days/2 sessions/3 hours of play before the string popped, which is absurdly short and almost definitely the fault of the stringer. Even broke where the string was tied on one side. They refused to refund or restring, so I highly recommend looking elsewhere.

Alex D'Emidio: Well I go there all the time for clinics and j am so much better at tennis now

Nida Hasan: Truly incredible customer service and organization. The courts are awesome as well!

Norris Sam: The caucasian female manager is rude and lacks customer service skills.Nice facility

Peter Troost: Squash courts are dusty and bad ventilation

Nikolai: One of my most favorite center for their amazing staff!

Cindy Li: It’s so unsanitary here, there’s mold on the walls.

Local Guide: Not the best. The staff are not good and the place is very dirty.

11. UDC Tennis Courts

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5 reviews
UDC Tennis Courts
Location
1.8
Price
1.7
Class
1.7
Facilities
1.7
Teachers
1.7

Address: 4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Guy: Sports complex


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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.

12. Rose Park Tennis Courts

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4 reviews
Rose Park Tennis Courts
Location
4.4
Price
4.5
Class
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: Washington, DC 20007

Guy: Gym


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Bill Rapp: Three hard courts and backboard at Rose Park. Nice Georgetown neighborhood. Decent surface with some minor cracks. No lighting. Busy on weekends and after work. One hour limit if others are waiting but you may have to keep track of others' time (and your own). Good place to meet others and get a pickup game (esp. doubles). Lots of regulars including 3-4.5 level players as well as some casual and former college players.

Nicolas Durand: The pickle ball court is a bit short, and the balls roll away. Other than than, great condition and location.

Jordan Day: Well maintained courts in a nice area

13. Forest Hills Park Tennis Courts

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Forest Hills Park Tennis Courts
Location
4.1
Price
4.1
Class
4.2
Facilities
4.1
Teachers
4.1

Address: 2038 0806, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

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Sha Mar: I love these two Tennis courts here! Clean and well maintained! Not too isolated but enough! During a day you may find them empty! But in afternoon or on the weekend you may stay in line! You always find parking spots nearby if not you can find them in the back of the park for sure. Definitely recommend these two tennis courts!

Keone Nakoa: Only two courts, but they're in good condition. No lights, nice neighborhood and park.

ady prst: The tennis courts are old and needs resurfaced and people are coming with dogs on the tennis courts even though there's the Sign out there saying "Dogs are not allowed on tennis courts"

Winston Morrison: Great

TAKE ME OUT TO THE GOGO.: Passed by while working

Salvador Castro: (Translated by Google) Very pretty(Original)Muy bonito