Over the next few minutes we will be taking you on a deep dive into the Atlanta tennis scene. Whether you are looking for the closest court to play on, a racket club to take lessons, pro shops to buy new gear, or are trying to find out about leagues and tournaments in your area there will be plenty of useful info right here.
We will kick this baby off by listing the best tennis and racket clubs in Atlanta because they should offer all of the above. You will learn about when you can head over to play a match, sign up for classes or quick lessons, join local leagues or tournaments, buy some gear, or do everything else that they offer.
Up next we will get into public indoor and outdoor tennis courts near you where a more casual game is always available. Then we will discuss pro shops where you can buy new rackets, balls, strings, shoes, skirts, and other apparel.
Our final sections will take a closer look at classes, lessons, leagues, and tournaments in the region before we share a map that should help you figure out which spot is closest to your current location. You are all welcome to check out more of our blogs about other cities in this part of the country right there if you are interested.
Best Racket & Tennis Clubs In Atlanta
Whether you want to sign up for lessons, join a league or tournament, find a pro shop, or just play a match on the courts these racket and tennis clubs near you are always a good option:
- McGhee Tennis Center at 820 Beecher Ct SW
- Blackburn Tennis Center at 3501 Ashford Dunwoody Rd
- Pride Tennis Academy at 2706 Bouldercrest Rd
The McGhee Tennis Center has eight lighted hard courts as well as a unique clubhouse, a pro shop, and they host tennis tournaments in Atlanta.
Blackburn Tennis Center features 18 lighted hard courts and a pro shop that sells an assortment of tennis equipment and does stringing services plus they host local leagues and provide a variety of lessons
Public Indoor & Outdoor Tennis Courts
If all you want to do is play a quick match head over to one of these public indoor or outdoor tennis courts in Atlanta:
- Sharon Lester Tennis Center at 400 Park Dr NE
- Washington Park Tennis Center at 1125 Lena St NW
- Brownwood Park at 607 Brownwood Ave SE
- Redan Park at 1839 Phillips Rd
- Shady Valley Park at 2720 Shady Valley Dr NE
- Frankie Allen Park at 100 Bagley St NE
- Coan Park at 1530 Woodbine Ave SE
- Underwood Hills Park at 1845 Harper St NW
- DeKalb Tennis Center at 1400 McConnell Dr
The Sharon Lester Tennis Center in your area has twelve hard outdoor courts that are illuminated but a small fee is required to use them.
Washington Park Tennis Center features eight courts that are lit up at night.
Local Tennis Pro Shops
Buy your next racket, balls, shoes, skirts, strings, apparel, or other gear at these pro shops:
I Play Tennis is a great pro shop that sells every accessory imaginable including racquets, grips, clothes, and shoes plus they offer restringing services.
Lessons & Classes In Your Area
Blackburn offers tennis classes in Atlanta in both private and group lessons for beginner, intermediate, advanced, and elite juniors beginning at the age of 4 and going to the university level.
Private, semi-private, and group lessons are offered at Pride Tennis Academy.
Tournaments & Leagues
The McGhee Tennis Center hosts numerous junior and adult tournaments sanctioned by the USTA.
Blackburn hosts a number of tennis leagues near you for adults and children of various skill levels throughout the year.
Some of you may also want to read our posts on:
- Local Tournaments & Leagues In Charlotte
- Local Tournaments & Leagues In Nashville
- Local Tournaments & Leagues In Memphis
- Local Tournaments & Leagues In Miami
Have Fun Playing Tennis In Atlanta
Well guys, for now that is all we have to share. After reading about all of those local tennis and racket clubs, public indoor and outdoor courts, pro shops, places to take lessons and classes, and leagues and tournaments in your area you should have a much better understanding of the scene.
Don’t be afraid to use the comments to let us know if we got anything incorrect or to share any tips or tricks you might have on what else is available near you. Now go have fun playing tennis in Atlanta.