10 Reasons Fall is the Best Time to Play Tennis

You’ve heard it before: fall is the best season. But did you know it’s also the best time to play tennis? MyTennisLessons gives you 10 reasons why.

1. Colder weather


Too hot outside to play? Not anymore. Lower temperatures make for more pleasant tennis lessons. Plus, you won’t have to worry about scheduling court time around the heat of the day. And who doesn’t love that rosy glow you get in your cheeks after being outside on an October afternoon?

2. Fall foliage


Tennis courts are more picturesque with the changing autumnal landscape. Who doesn’t enjoy spending time outdoors when you’re surrounded by arboreal orange, golden and red hues?

3. Autumn aromas 


After a summer of smelling like bug spray, tennis players welcome the fresh scents of fall. An hour on the tennis courts just got better when you can inhale those autumn aromas like bonfires, pumpkin patches, musty leaves and cool air.

4. Shorter days


It might seem like a disadvantage, but shorter days mean more opportunities to play tennis under a brilliant sunset or at night under the lights.

5.  New gear


Athletic apparel companies are rolling out their winter catalogs, which means new tennis clothes. Besides, what’s more comfortable than fleece hoodies and sweatpants?

6. School spirit 


If fall fashion doesn’t get you excited, you finally have the perfect excuse to rock your college team T-shirt on the tennis court. With football season in full force, school spirit is back in vogue.

7.  Sweet sips


Post-practice drinks are a lot more delicious in fall. Wind down after a tennis lesson with apple cider, hot chocolate and the obvious choice, a pumpkin spiced latte.

8. More motivation


It’s holiday season: time for caramel apples, turkey and gravy, gingerbread, and other festive foodstuffs. With all the tasty treats available, you now have more motivation to get on the court. So schedule a regular workout with tennis lessons; your waistline will thank you later.

9. Study mode 


The school year has started, which means you’re in study mode. Ready to learn something new? Pick up tennis lessons. In between hitting the books, hit some tennis balls for a perfect study break.

10. Afternoon activity 


Kids need an after-school activity; why not make that tennis lessons? With MyTennisLessons, scheduling lessons is flexible and convenient. Find a coach near you today!



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I grew up in a tennis family with three younger sisters as doubles partners. If you enjoyed a blog post of mine or want to know more, feel free to email me at avery@mytennislessons.com. Thanks for reading and staying connected with MyTennisLessons!
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