Guide to Chicagoland Tennis


Tennis is always open for everyone.



With more than 4,500 courts throughout the Chicago District, there are plenty of places to play casually with friends and family. Whether you are looking for membership in a private club or to play at any of a number indoor and outdoor public facilities, you can hit the courts year-round. If you are looking for organized competitive play, there are plenty of possibilities. For adults, USTA Chicago manages Adult League play for teams at all levels throughout our district but there are many other competitive play opportunities you can participate in at area clubs and parks.


Our junior players can also participate in organized competitive play. USTA tournaments are hosted nearly every weekend throughout the Chicago District. Learn more about the Junior Competitive pathway here. ADVERTISEMENT Search for tournaments here. Additionally, team-based league play can also be found in the Chicago District: Junior Team TennisGladiator Junior TennisiCompete Tennis League, and more.


Learn about these opportunities and more in our Guide to Chicagoland Tennis below.




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