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Best Tennis Lessons in Washington DC: Top Three Courses

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Whether you are planning to learn how to play tennis or you have experience to an extent, a skilled instructor’s role is unequivocally important in your progress in tennis. And some of the top-rated classes can be found in the nation’s capital. We have compiled the best tennis lessons in Washington, DC for you.

PlayYourCourt

Phone:  (301) 575-6112

Website: https://www.playyourcourt.com/locations/washington-dc-tennis-lessons/

PlayYourCourt provides tennis lessons on local courts in the District both for children (ages three to 17) and adults. The “coach-finder” on their website allows you to find the perfect instructor by selecting one of more than 2,000 experienced coaches from a database, based on your skill level and goals. Coaches will come to the court of your choice for tennis lessons booked according to your schedule. 

Washington Tennis & Education Foundation

Phone: (202) 291-9888

Website: https://www.wtef.org/tennis/

Operating since 1955, the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation (WTEF) offers tennis lessons on more than four dozen courts — including both indoor and outdoor ones — all year round. Indoor courts located at its East Campus location are equipped with PlaySight smart court technology, as well as climate control. They also feature the same tennis courts where the Citi Open tournament is held at the complex’ West Campus.

 

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TGA Premier Tennis of North DC

Phone: (703) 395-8746 

Website: http://playtga.com/northdc/

TGA offers both private/semi-private classes and group lessons for kids, focusing on muscle development and teaching them sportsmanship. In addition to teaching tennis, TGA’s programs include educational concepts such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). After-school programs are also offered, as well as “tennis at home” sessions for children ages six to 10.

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