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  • These green tennis courts have a long history behind them, as tennis was initially played exclusively on grass. Today, however, grass courts have become rarer in other parts of the world. There are essentially two types of grass courts, one is a natural grass court and the other is an artificial grass court.
  • Tennis court construction is a highly specialized field, so it's important to find a contractor with extensive experience. Kolkmann recommends using someone who is an active member of ASBA, with at least 15% to 20% of annual business devoted to designing and constructing sport surfaces.
  • Platform Tennis Courts are now available at Bitsy Grant. Reserve your court at! Click here or image below to reserve a court time at! You can also use the Kourts app and search for City of Atlanta tennis courts!
  • Enjoy playing tennis anytime with your own backyard tennis court or multi-sport court from New England Courts! Simple, Affordable Installation. With our amazing staff led by master tennis court craftsman Sean Barry, you can have your new tennis court installed in no time.
  • Courts: Location: Tennis Court 1: 3800 Lexington Avenue: Tennis Court 2: 5300 Drexel Drive: Tennis Courts 3, 4, 5 and 6: 4525 Edmondson Avenue: Tennis Court 7: 4501 St. Johns Drive: Tennis Court 8: 4814 Abbott Avenue
  • Bellaire Tennis Court Information. Only instructors with a contract with the City of Bellaire are allowed to do paid instruction on the courts. To become an instructor, please contact Derick Bugg at All Bellaire tennis courts are open to the public for free court usage, provided that they are not already reserved.
  • Tennis courts will officially reopen for the season on May 1! COVID-19 Update. All players must be active COMO members, and follow the USTA guidelines for safe playing during COVID-19. Guidelines are also posted on the courts. Please do not congregate at the courts when you are not actively playing. Players are required to reserve court time in ...
  • Court Usage. Any person or organization offering private instruction, classes, clinics, or other instruction on or in Arlington County tennis courts must have a current contract with Arlington County. Facility permits for such uses are not issued by the Facilities Scheduling Office. Please contact Laurie Reid or at 703-228-1833.
  • The courts will remain open as long as visitors adhere to new Safer at Home operating protocols and maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from other patrons. To ensure social distancing and safety of all participants, please wait outside of the tennis courts until your reservation begins.
  • Tennis courts are available to the public for recreational usage (non organized, business or instructional activity) at no charge at the following County parks on a first-come, first-served basis during regular park hours. Court fees apply at Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park. Lighted courts are available from sunrise until 9:00 pm.