Anyone that is trying to learn more about the local Los Angeles tennis scene has found the right blog post. From the closest court to play on to a racket club to take lessons, pro shops to buy new gear, or leagues and tournaments around town this page should have you covered.
Getting the ball rolling will be a list of the best tennis and racket clubs in Los Angeles where you can find everything you need in one place. They are great spots to play a match, sign up for classes or quick lessons, join leagues or tournaments, shop in their stores, or mingle with like-minded individuals.
We will also be giving public indoor and outdoor tennis courts in your area a shout out so that you can go play a match whenever you have the time. Pro shops where you can buy new rackets, balls, strings, shoes, skirts, and other apparel will be broken down as well.
Before we get you out of here we will dive a little deeper into classes, lessons, leagues, and tournaments near you. Expect to find a map towards the end with all of these venues pinned on it and feel free to look through all of our posts on the region at that link if you want.
Best Racket & Tennis Clubs In Los Angeles
You can sign up for lessons, join a league or tournament, buy some gear, or just play a match on the courts at one of the best racket and tennis clubs in your area:
- iTennis Hollywood at 769 N New Hampshire Ave
- Los Angeles Tennis Club at 5851 Clinton St
- Toluca Lake Tennis and Fitness Club at 6711 Forest Lawn Dr
- Riviera Tennis Club at 1250 Capri Dr
iTennis Hollywood hosts leagues near you and offers a variety of lessons too.
The Los Angeles Tennis Club is a private club with sixteen courts and two of which are Har-Tru and they provide a full-service pro shop and offer many types of lessons.
Toluca Lake Tennis and Fitness Club offers private and semi-private local tennis lessons on newly resurfaced courts.
The Riviera Tennis Club 22 hard courts and 2 clay courts and is another good place to take lessons.
Public Indoor & Outdoor Tennis Courts
Visit one of these public Los Angeles indoor or outdoor tennis courts to play your next game:
- Vermont Canyon Tennis Courts at 2715 N Vermont Canyon Rd
- Ocean View Park Tennis at 2701 Barnard Wy
- Eaton Blanche Park at 3100 E Del Mar Blvd
Ocean View Park has six unlit tennis courts in your area.
Local Tennis Pro Shops
These pro shops are where to go when you want to buy your next racket, balls, shoes, skirts, strings, apparel, or other gear:
- BusterPro Tennis at 11740 San Vicente Blvrd
- Westwood Sporting Goods at 1065 Gayley Ave
- Irvine Tennis Racket at 5394 Walnut Ave D
BusterPro Tennis is a good place to buy rackets and gear in LA and also offers a 24-hour stringing service.
Lessons & Classes Near You
iTennis Hollywood offers individual or semi-private lessons in LA taught by USPTA/USPTR-certified instructors in half-hour, one-hour, or 1.5-hour sessions. Group classes for juniors and adults are also available for all ages and abilities with four-to-ten-week sessions.
Private, semi-private, and group tennis lessons are provided at Los Angeles Tennis Club by a staff of qualified professionals.
Toluca Lake provides both private and semi-private local tennis lessons.
The Riviera Tennis Club offers multi-week semi-private lessons for youngsters ages 3.5 to 18 on weekdays.
Tournaments & Leagues
Club iTennis hosts USTA/JTT league play near you.
If you are interested you can also read our posts on:
- The Best Tennis Courts In San Diego
- The Best Tennis Courts In San Bernardino & Riverside
- The Best Tennis Courts In Las Vegas
- The Best Tennis Courts In Phoenix
Have Fun Playing Tennis In Los Angeles
That is all we have to share for now but we will be updating this page often so come back in the future. 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 are ready whenever you are.
It would be great if you could 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 Los Angeles.