Close-Up: The Tennis Scene In Mobile, AL
Mobile, Alabama, is a great place to be for tennis in the next three years. The city will host the Southern Sectional 18 & Over and 40 & Over Championships, one of the world’s largest tennis tournaments. It lasts 8 days and involves roughly 2,000 players. The tournament is hosted at the Mobile Tennis Center, which is one the world’s largest public tennis facilities.
Speaking of the Mobile Tennis Center… the facility offers private tennis lessons and semi-private tennis lessons as well as clinics. There are are three different membership options. Basic gives you 60 visits while standard and gold are 6 or 12 month commitments. of course for cheaper options with top-rated coaches you'll want to book through PlayYourCourt.
Members also enjoy entry to the Lyons Park and Cottage Hill Tennis Centers, both public as well. Cottage Hill Tennis Center has ten lighted hard courts and a tennis pro available for lessons. Lyons Park has five lighted hard courts and a tennis pro available.
For a private option, look to the Oakwood Swim and Racquet Club boasts 9 courts, with both soft and hard available, and several leagues. Private and semi-private tennis lessons are available from Oakwood’s United States Professional Tennis Association teachers. The club also has a pro shop for equipment and maintenance.
Featured PlayYourCourt Coach Providing Tennis Lessons In Mobile, AL
Lance D. is our featured PlayYourCourt coach offering tennis lessons in Mobile! Lance is PTR certified with 18 years of teaching experience. He played tennis at Alabama State University and though his full-time job is law enforcement his true passion is giving tennis lessons. He's excellent with children and adults, private and semi-private. If you are looking for tennis lessons in Mobile, Lance is an excellent choice!