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The Best Tennis Courts And Clubs In Las Vegas

May 26, 2012 6:00 AM

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Whether you’re pushing away from the blackjack table or sneaking away from the office, playing tennis in Vegas is a must. This city boasts some of the country’s best tennis facilities, perfect for seasoned pros and novices without a day of play under their belts. Las Vegas’ best tennis courts and clubs won’t disappoint.

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International Tennis Center Las Vegas
5975 Topaz St.
Las Vegas, NV 89120
(702) 685-6038
itclasvegas.com

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The International Tennis Center, named 2010’s USTA Nevada Facility of the Year, is one of the top facilities in the country, let alone Las Vegas. It offers a climate-controlled atmosphere and some of the top teaching professionals in the business. Following Vegas tradition, it’s open 24/7. Come here for everything from sweet spot stringing to training in everything from tennis basics to mental strength.

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ClubSport Green Valley

2100 Olympic Ave.
Henderson, NV 89014
(702) 454-6000
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ClubSport, located in beautiful Green Valley, offers both indoor and outdoor courts, on-going leagues and private lessons in its top-notch facilities. For year-round fun and spontaneous excitement, drop-ins are welcome. Club amenities include a full gym, indoor track and nutrition counseling. Ten indoor courts and four outdoor courts promise the perfect game for any player, and racquetball, squash and handball options mean an exciting, varied workout every time.

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Himmelheber Tennis
3708 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89134
(702) 569-2831
himmelhebertennis.com

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With multiple locations across the Las Vegas Valley no player need miss out on a luxurious place to play in Vegas. Its classy facilities include courts at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Desert Palms Tennis Club and The Club at Madeira Canyon. In addition, its family friendly courts at The Park at Madeira Canyon adjacent to The Club offer a little something for everyone. Best part: the first session with Himmelheber Tennis is free.

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Darling Tennis Center
7901 W. Washington Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89128
(702) 229-2100
darlingtenniscenter.net/

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Officially named the Amanda and Stacy Darling Memorial Tennis Center, this community facility offers youth and adult programs, special events, leagues and lessons. Located on the west end of town, this facility is really caters to families and children who love tennis. These courts are open to the public, but should be reserved up to two days in advance. Its complex includes 23 lighted courts and stadium seating for roughly 3,000 people.

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Ann Rockwell Tennis
3645 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 451-7740
(702) 967-4598
rockwelltennislv.com

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Ann Rockwell is a Nevada Hall of Fame Inductee whose name sits alongside tennis greats Steffi Graff and Andre Agassi. Her facility offers clinics, private lessons and round robins in the beautiful Bally’s Hotel on Flamingo and Las Vegas Boulevard. Schedule private or semi-private lessons any day of the week. Holiday round robins and regular tennis drills make this the perfect place for players who like variety.

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Michael E. Esser was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has been writing professionally for the last 10 years and has worked as a copywriter, journalist, critic, and freelance writer in several industries. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

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