No Line for Court Time: The Biggest Tennis Facility in Your City

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You know the feeling. You arrive at your local public tennis facility┬áto play a set or hit around, but all of the courts are taken. You sit down on a nearby bench to wait your turn and see this somber sign: “One-hour Limit.” Great, I could potentially be waiting an hour, you think, an hour I don’t have.

We know the feeling, too. To help you get court time without having to wait in line, we compiled a list of some of the biggest public tennis facilities in the United States. Find the facility in your city and snag a court today!

Atlanta, GA

Bitsy Grant Tennis Center — 23 courts

2125 Northside Dr

Photo courtesy of BitsyTennis.com

Boston, MA

Beren Tennis Center (Harvard) — 18 courts

65 N Harvard St

Photo courtesy of GoCrimson.com

Chicago, IL

Waveland Park Tennis Courts — 20 courts

Lakefront Trail

Photo courtesy of Lawrence Y./Yelp.com

Dallas, TX

Samuell Grand Tennis Center — 20 courts

6220 E Grand Ave

Photo courtesy of facebook.com/SamuellGrandTC

Denver, CO

Gates Tennis Center — 20 courts

3300 E Bayaud Ave

Photo courtesy of Ryan Casey/CHSAANow.com
Photo courtesy of Ryan Casey/CHSAANow.com

Houston, TX

Memorial Park Tennis Center — 18 courts

1500 W Memorial Loop Dr

Los Angeles, CA

Vermont Canyon Tennis Courts — 12 courts

4730 Crystal Springs Dr

Photo courtesy of staycationlosangeles.wordpress.com

Miami, FL

Crandon Park Tennis Center — 26 courts

7300 Crandon Blvd (Key Biscayne)

Photo courtesy of tennisticketnews.com

Orlando, FL

Orlando Tennis Center — 16 courts

649 W Livingston St

Photo courtesy of Nhi P./Yelp.com
Photo courtesy of Nhi P./Yelp.com

Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix Tennis Center — 23 courts

6330 N 21st Ave

Photo courtesy of PhoenixTennisCenter.net
Photo courtesy of PhoenixTennisCenter.net

San Antonio, TX

McFarlin Tennis Center — 22 courts

1503 San Pedro Ave

Photo courtesy of Justin Moore/Texas by Air
Photo courtesy of Justin Moore/Texas by Air

Seattle

Nordstrom Tennis Center (University of Washington) — 18 courts

3920 Montlake Blvd

Photo courtesy of GoHuskies.com
Photo courtesy of GoHuskies.com

St. Louis, MO

Dwight Davis Tennis Center — 19 courts

5620 Grand Dr

Photo courtesy of Saint Louis Athletics/SLUBilikens.com
Photo courtesy of Saint Louis Athletics/SLUBilikens.com

Washington, D.C.

Rock Creek Park Tennis Center — 25 courts

4850 Colorado Ave

Photo courtesy of (Doug Kapustin/WashingtonPost.com)
Photo courtesy of (Doug Kapustin/WashingtonPost.com)

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