Which is the Best Tennis Store in Los Angeles, CA?

Tennis players in Los Angeles are passionate about their sport, and no better is that passion reflected than in the local tennis shops run by personable and knowledgeable staff. Sure, you could order your gear and apparel online or find it at a department store, but why not stop by a locally owned tennis store in Los Angeles to support neighborhood businesses that have been serving players in the area for decades?

Which is the best tennis store in Los Angeles? We think all of the following shops are pretty great, so you’ll have to check them out and decide for yourself.

Westwood Sporting Goods

1065 Gayley Ave

Photo by Angie Wang/Daily Bruin
Photo by Angie Wang/Daily Bruin

This 81-year-old shop has been stringing rackets for the UCLA tennis team for decades, but that isn’t its only claim to fame, according to a Daily Bruin article by Tarini Kumar. Westwood Village’s historic store can count tennis legends Serena Williams and Boris Becker among its customers, and Arthur Ashe as one of its former employees. Stop by to get your stick strung and look at some of the shop’s many treasures, like rackets that have seen grand slam action and autographed memorabilia.

The Racket Doctor, Inc.

3214 Glendale Blvd

The Racket Doctor, Inc. on Facebook.com
Photo via The Racket Doctor, Inc. on Facebook.com

Named LA’s “Best Tennis Shop” by Los Angeles Magazine, this Atwater store has been around since 1970. The Racket Doctor has a rich history, beginning with owner Randy Kramer’s introduction to tennis at age 14, when he started picking up balls for a local instructor in exchange for lessons. To this day, the shop prides itself on offering some of the lowest prices in the Los Angeles area as well as while-you-wait stringing services.

Wimbledon Special (8)


11740 San Vicente Blvd
photo via BusterPro Tennis on Facebook.com

This Brentwood tennis shop has only been around for five years, but owners Buster and Amy McCoy have been passionately involved in the Los Angeles tennis community for more than a decade. Buster is a pro at Riviera Country Club and active in the Reach Out Foundation, which provides tennis training to disadvantaged children in Los Angeles. Pay a visit to BusterPro or purchase a gift certificate online for the tennis fanatic in your life.

Tennis Ace

12544 Ventura Blvd (Studio City)

Photo by Tennis Ace on Google Maps
photo via Tennis Ace on Google Maps

Former professional tennis player Bruce Man-Son-Hing and his family welcome customers into their small Studio City shop with exceptional customer service, reasonable prices and quick service. Established in 1996, this local store was named among the “Best Athletic Shoe Shops” by Los Angeles Magazine. Come to Tennis Ace for your racket stringing and re-gripping needs as well as tennis apparel and gear from brands like Fila, Yonex and Volkl.

Net Results

23564 Calabasas Road (Calabasas)

photo by Parsa A./Yelp
photo by Parsa Abtahi/Yelp

From tennis gear to racket stringing, Net Results has it all for tennis enthusiasts in Calabasas. Customers praise owner Parsa Abtahi for his knowledge of tennis and say that he will help you find the racket or shoe right for you. Expect fast and high quality racket stringing as well as a wide range of products and brands when you step into this local shop.

Check out the tennis store in Los Angeles that is closest to you or visit all of these locations to support local businesses and the LA tennis community!


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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