The Best Sydney Tennis Clubs, Courts, Pro Shops & More

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The local Sydney tennis scene is about to be broken down in full detail right now. Anyone that is searching for the closest court to play on, a racket club to take lessons, pro shops to buy new gear, or who is trying to find out about leagues and tournaments should find plenty of helpful information on this page.

Listing the best tennis and racket clubs in Sydney seems like a great way to begin because they should offer everything in one place. Expect to be filled in on when you can head over to play a match, sign up for classes or quick lessons, join leagues or tournaments, and plenty more that they can do for you.


After that we will be discussing public indoor and outdoor tennis courts in your area where you can go to play whenever the mood strikes. Then we will pivot to pro shops where you can buy new rackets, balls, strings, shoes, skirts, and other apparel.

Our final sections will dive a little deeper into classes, lessons, leagues, and tournaments near you before we share a map that has all of the various spots we are mentioning pinned. By the way you can look through all of our posts on everything about tennis in Australia at that link if you are curious.

Best Racket & Tennis Clubs In Sydney

Sign up for lessons, join a league or tournament, find a pro shop, or just play a match on the courts at one of these racket and tennis clubs in your area:

Wentworth Tennis Club offers private and group lessons to players of all ages plus they have a pro shop.

Kooroora Tennis Club has six individually illuminated and walled artificial grass courts.

Expect to find 11 courts at Southend Tennis Centre including 3 artificial grass, 6 hard, and 2 clay courts and all of which are lit for night play. Southend is open from 8am to 10pm Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 7pm on Saturday, and from 8:30am to 6pm on Sunday.

They also have adult and junior coaching programs, host tennis camps, have a pro shop, and host some competitions throughout the year.

Public Indoor & Outdoor Tennis Courts

These public indoor or outdoor tennis courts in Sydney are great options:

  • Rawson Park Tennis Centre at Alexander Ave
  • Baker Park Tennis Courts at 2R Carr St
  • Wicks Park at Sydenham Rd
  • Darrell Jackson Gardens at 91 Carlton Cres
  • Cintea Park Tennis and Sports at 1b Gipps St Concord
  • Prince Alfred Park at Chalmers St
  • Richard Murden Reserve at Hawthorne Parade
  • Alexandria Park Tennis Courts at Park Rd
  • Beaconsfield Park Tennis Courts at William St
  • Turruwul Park Tennis Courts at 115 Rothschild Ave

Local Tennis Pro Shops

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Baker’s Tennis Shop & Restringing at 3/155 Castlereagh St is a good place to buy rackets, balls, shoes, skirts, strings, apparel, or other gear. Of course the tennis clubs in your area will also have shops to buy more and there are plenty of sporting goods stores in town that will have rackets and balls.

Lessons & Classes Near You

Wentworth Tennis Club offers private and group classes for all ages.

There are adult and junior tennis lessons near you at Southend Tennis Centre.

Tournaments & Leagues

We are not aware of any local tournaments but if you head to one of those Sydney tennis 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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That is all we have to share today but check back in the future because we will be updating this page often. After learning 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 lot more confidence to plan your next move.

Please 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 Sydney.

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