The Racquet Club of Memphis is the largest tennis facility in the area with 10 indoor and 16 outdoor courts, USPTA-certified tennis professionals, active Club tennis leagues and clinics, an active USTA tennis team and one of the area’s leading junior development programs. Regional tournaments, national junior tournaments and world-class men’s and women’s professional tournaments are hosted at the club each year.

The Junior Development (including QuickStart) program has been in existence for members of The Racquet Club for 30 years. It is designed to develop the games of juniors of all ages and ability levels. Each year, over 160 juniors participate in the program, from five-year olds who are just learning to play, to seniors in high school who are preparing for nationals and college tennis. Maintaining a one-to-four ratio, the Club’s tennis professionals and Junior Academy staff strive to give juniors the best instruction, drills and practice available.

Summer tennis at the Racquet Club of Memphis offers 13 week long Summer Performance Training Center for kids of all ages and levels from U10 - Collegiate players. SPTC gives players an opportunity to continue their tennis training over the summer months while preparing for tournaments and the fall tennis season. SPTC incorporates drills, fitness and matchplay into each weeks training theme. Times and schedules are subject to change per group. U10 Summer Tennis also has a variety of options to keep the little ones active and on the court with a rotating schedule of high performance training. Contact the Tennis Office for additional information.

U10 - 14 TENNIS:
The development of junior & beginner tennis players at The Racquet Club has been in existence for over 30 years. U10 Tennis is a new format from the USTA to help kids ten and under learn & play the game. To make it easier for them, we changed a few things: court sizes, racquet sizes, balls, scoring system, and even net height. Now any child between ages five and ten can start playing tennis almost immediately-even if he or she has never picked up a racquet before.