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Public tennis courts make it possible for individuals and leagues to play recreational tennis without buying club memberships. Many of the courts that are located outdoors in public parks are free for everyone to use. Others, however, charge a fee. There are several different types of public tennis courts, so you will want to learn about your local options to help you find one that suits your interests. Most public parks with recreational sports centers have options with clay surfaces. This is the preferred surface for many professional players. You might also find that some of your local courts have grass surfaces. Outdoor tennis courts located in public parks do not usually offer free lessons, but you might be able to find an instructor in your area who can help you improve your racquet technique on a public court. You might also choose to use indoor options that charge hourly fees. This will allow you to practice your game and stay fit even when the weather makes it difficult to play outside. If you are interested in learning more about local tournaments and leagues, then you can search the internet for tennis associations in your area. Getting together with other individuals at public courts could help you improve your game and get plenty of exercise. You can also search the internet for your local park's web site. This will often provide information about the courts' sizes and surfaces. They should also state what hours they are open to the public and what types of equipment are provided.
 
 
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Chandler Tennis Center
2200 S Mcqueen Rd, Chandler, AZ 85286
15 lighted courts and offers youth, teen and adult group tennis lessons, recreational leagues, tournaments, special workshops and drop-in play.
(480) 782-2650
Tempe City Government Recreation
3500 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282
(480) 350-5200
Kiwanis Park Recreation Center
6111 S All American Way, Tempe, AZ 85283
(480) 350-5201
City Center Tennis Courts
121 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 256-4120
Phoenix Tennis Shop
6330 N 21st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85015
(602) 249-3712
Phoenix City Government Parks and Recreation Ballf
9833 N 25th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021
(602) 261-8011
Phoenix City Government
1104 E Grovers Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85022
(602) 495-7323
Gene Autry Sports Complex
4125 E Mckellips Rd, Mesa, AZ 85215
(480) 654-3787
Paseo Racquet Center
6268 W Thunderbird Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306
(623) 979-1234
Tennis Cabana
10001 W Bell Rd Ste 110, Sun City, AZ 85351
(623) 977-3540
Rio Verde Tennis PRO Shop
25609 N Danny Ln, Rio Verde, AZ 85263
(480) 471-7178
Tucson City Government Tennis Centers Public
2900 N Craycroft Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 791-2584
Tucson City Government Tennis Centers Public
1000 N Tucson Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716
(520) 791-3276


Public tennis courts are used daily by professional athletes and other individuals that enjoy a friendly match. This article is designed to assist you when you choose to find a tennis court or recreational facility in your town or city. Before you begin your search for local athletic courts and gym facilities, you should consider some common terms like backyard sports, public country club, local park, online center guide, indoor tournament events, outdoor court construction, ways to find city racquetball meets, park facilities, tennis lesson fees, community center, gym and fitness facilities, exercise equipment, county area sporting events and low cost instruction. At this point, it will likely be helpful to access the Internet and learn more about local tennis court facilities and recreational find or guide assistance. There are commonly public athletic courts in most towns and cities. The trick is finding one that's nearest to you and doesn't charge major fees to utilize. Well, if your subdivision doesn't already have a tennis court, you should access your city's public website to learn more. This site should reveal all kinds of athletic amenities in your area. Maybe you can find out how long each recreational facility has been in business and if they have other local affiliations. Online you may even be able to find community forums or ratings for the athletic facilities. This data can be helpful in the long run. If you have questions that haven't been answered, you may want to check for a business email address or telephone number on the official website.
 
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