Houston tennis courts – Indoors & Outside, 7 Best nearby

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The tennis forehand is a type of ground stroke where the racket’s swing path goes across the player’s body with an open palm. The dominant hand maintains the forehand grip.

  • For right-handed players, the racket’s swing path starts at the right side of the body, where the racket face makes a contact point with the ball. It goes across the torso and ends with a follow through over the left shoulder.
  • For a left-handed forehand, reverse the racket’s swing path to go from the left side to the right shoulder.

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To enjoy tennis, you need a good court. There are several great courts with good facilities across the city of Houston. Here are some of the ones you can check out….

1 - Westheimer Indoor Tennis and Fitness
Westheimer

This is a fully indoor tennis club that has nine courts with fitness facilities. 

Located at 3035 Crossview. Tel – 713-784-401.

The website is westheimerindoor.net

The membership fee starts from $165 per month, with initiation fees. Discounts are given to juniors.

2 - Lee LeClear Tennis Center
Lee LeClear Tennis Center

This facility has 26 outdoor courts, and it hosts consistent tournaments and training by staff.

It is located at 9506 S. Gessner, 713-272-369. The website is houstontx.gov/parks/tennis.html.

Fees start from $3.50 for 1 hour 30 minutes of play.

3 - Memorial Park Tennis Center
Memorial Park Tennis Center

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Operated by the city, Memorial Park has 18 outdoor courts. 

These courts are regularly used for tournaments and centre staffs offer lessons. 

Located at 1500 Memorial Loop, 832-395-7556. The website is houstontx.gov/parks/tennis.html

The fee is $3.50 for 90 minutes of tennis.

4 - Homer Ford Tennis Center
Homer Ford Tennis Center

A great 16 court outdoor tennis facility. 

Regular tennis tournaments are held here and staff also offer training sessions.  

Located at 5225 Calhoun. Tel – 713-842-3460.

The website is houstontx.gov/parks/tennis.html.

Fees start from $2.50 for 90 minutes of tennis.

5 - Chancellors Family Center
Chancellors Family Center​

Here, you will get Indoor and outdoor tennis courts as well as racquetball courts that suit all skill levels and age groups. There are junior tennis and community programs for nonmembers.

It is located at 6535 Dumfries, 713-772-9955.

The website is chancellors.org.

Membership starts from $97 per month, and court fees.

6 - Bay Area Racquet Club
Bay Area Racquet Club

At the Bay Area Racquet Club, you can enjoy tennis on ten outdoor courts. They are lit for evening play.

Fees are charged at an hourly rate for both members and non-members. There are youth camps and adult leagues for both members and non-members. 

Located at 17901 Kings Park. Tel – 281-488-7026. 

The website is bayarearacquetclub.com

Members are charged $69 per month, while non members pay $15 per hour to hire a court.

7 - Club Westside
Club Westside​

Club Westside has indoor and outdoor courts for members to use. 

Located at 1200 Wilcrest, 713-783-1620.  http://clubwestside.com/tennis/

Members pay from $175 a month, and initiation fees.

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