Tennis in Houston: Where to Play, Shop and More!

Houston is a hotbed for tennis. Active residents and warm, sunny weather have created a strong tennis population. Great courts, shopping and more make it a perfect tennis destination. Looking for some tennis tips in the Space City? Look no further.

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Houston Tennis Association

The Houston Tennis Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community tennis association whose mission is to promote and grow the game all across the city. They are a perfect one-stop-shop to find a court, league or any other tennis event. Check out their site HERE.

Where to Play

Houston Parks & Rec Department

Houston Parks and Rec has an impressive stable of courts available for your enjoyment! Their 3 facilities, Memorial Park Tennis Center, Lee LeClear Tennis Center, and Homer Ford Tennis Center boast 60 lighted hard courts. In addition to these staffed, first-rate tennis centers, the city also has an additional 205 courts in neighborhood parks across the city. The best part: they are all FREE. Find more information HERE.

Where to Shop

Tennis Express


You have probably heard of online tennis superstore Tennis Express. Well, they are headquartered in Houston and also have a massive brick and mortar store with anything your tennis-loving heart desires. There is even a full size indoor court in the store!  Visit their site for directions and hours HERE.

What to Do

Men’s Clay Court Championships

Looking for a family-friendly event in Houston? In April every year, watch as some of the top players in the world converge upon Houston for the lone clay court event on the ATP schedule in the USA. Last year Jack Sock earned his maiden victory at the River Oaks Country Club. Visit their site for info and tickets HERE.

Improve Your Tennis Game

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