All of us will be going on a deep dive into the Rome tennis scene over the next few minutes. 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 Rome 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 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 all of our blogs about tennis near you in Italy right there if you want.
Best Racket & Tennis Clubs In Rome
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 in your area are always a good option:
- ASD Petit Tennis Club at Via dell’ Acquedotto Paolo 98
- Lanciani Club at Via di Pietralata 135
- Tennis Club San Giorgio at Via Viggiano 155
The ASD Petit Tennis Club features two clay tennis courts, a rapid racket stringing service, and private tennis lessons.
Lanciani Club has 20 courts, 17 of which are illuminated, and they rent out courts with or without lights and also provide tennis lessons near you.
Six of the courts at Tennis Club San Giorgio have artificial lighting and they also provide many types of lessons.
Public Indoor & Outdoor Tennis Courts
If all you want to do is play a quick match head over to Santa Agnese Tennis Club at Piazza di Santa Costanza. If you know of any other good tennis courts in Rome that are open to the public please let us know in the comments, thanks.
Local Tennis Pro Shops
Buy your next racket, balls, shoes, skirts, strings, apparel, or other gear at these pro shops:
- Tennis Corner Roma at Via Giulio Romano 33/35
- Tennispro Roma at Via Umberto Moricca 50
- Bartoni at Via Masolino da Panicale 15
Lessons & Classes Near You
The local ASD Petit Tennis Club provide private lessons.
Lessons for adults are available year-round at The Lanciani Club.
Individual or group classes at Tennis Club San Giorgio can be reserved over the phone or personally with the instructor.
Tournaments & Leagues
We are not aware of any tennis tournaments or leagues in your area but if you head to one of those clubs in our first list we bet they can fill you in. If you think there are any that we should be mentioning please let us know in the comments, thanks.
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Have Fun Playing Tennis In Rome
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 Rome.