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Midwest

Play Tennis Midwest - Free Tennis Classes

A FREE and FUN way to try tennis
May 21-23, 2021

 

Time and time again, tennis has been ranked the number one socially distanced sport. That's why we're hosting FREE tennis events around the Midwest for kids and adults to go out and try tennis!

 

Whether it’s your first time on the court or you’re returning to the game, we welcome you to come out and give it a shot. The best part: There's no cost to play. Even better: If you don't have a racquet, one will be provided to you onsite!

 

See below for a list of participating locations and to register today. 


Select your state: Illinois | Indiana | Michigan | Ohio | Wisconsin

 

 

Illinois

 
Chicago

Homewood Flossmoor - Saturday, May 22, Flossmoor Park

Held rain or shine: In case of rain, activities will move to HF Racquet and Fitness

 

9-10 a.m.: Juniors (Ages 5-10)

Register here

 

10-11 a.m.: Adaptive tennis players (Age 5+)

Register here

 

11 a.m.-Noon: Unified Doubles (Age 5+)

Unified Tennis Doubles pair partners with and without intellectual disabilities to train and compete in the sport of tennis.

Register here

 

1-3 p.m.: Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 
Northern Illinois: CLICK HERE to view events

 

Mid-South Illinois: CLICK HERE to view events

 


 

Indiana

 
Northern Indiana

Ft. Wayne - Friday, May 21, Swinney Park

5:30-6:30 p.m.: Juniors (Ages 5-17)

Register here

 

6:30-7:30 p.m.: Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

 

Hammond - Sunday, May 23, Dowling Park

1-2:30 p.m.: Juniors (Ages 5-17)

Register here

 

2:30-4 p.m.: Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

 

Mishawaka - Saturday, May 22, Ward Baker Park

10-11 a.m.: All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

 

South Bend - Saturday, May 22, Leeper Park

1-2 p.m.: Juniors (Ages 5-17)

Register here

 

2-3 p.m.: Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

3-4 p.m.: Adaptive tennis players (All ages)

Register here

 
Central Indiana: CLICK HERE to view events
 

 

Michigan

 
Northeastern Michigan
Bay City - Saturday, May 22, Janet Jopke Tennis Courts at Richard Shaw Park

10-11 a.m.: Family Fun Tennis! Beginner Tennis for Kids & Adults | All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.: Adaptive/Wheelchair tennis players (Age 5+)

Register here

 

12:30-2 p.m.: Middle & High School Tennis Play Day | Juniors (Ages 12-18)

Register here

 

 

Lapeer - Friday, May 21, Cramton Park

6-7 p.m.: Intro lesson for beginner children and adults | All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

7-8 p.m.: Social doubles mixer (for players with tennis experience) | Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

8-9 p.m.: Friday Night Lights Doubles Mixer (for players with tennis experience/ 4.0+ rating) | Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

 

Lapeer - Saturday, May 22, Center of Innovation/Optimist Park

10-11 a.m.: Master Series Singles (for players with tennis experience) | Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

11 a.m.-Noon: Intro lesson for beginner children and adults | All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

1-2 p.m.: Community Circuit Doubles Mixer (for players with tennis experience) | Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

 

Mt. Pleasant - Friday, May 21, Mt. Pleasant High School

6-8 p.m.: All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

 
Northern Michigan

Alpena - Sunday, May 23, Bay View Park

2-4 p.m.: All Ages (Age 6+)

Register here

 

 

Gaylord - Friday, May 21, Otsego County Sportsplex

6-8 p.m.: All Ages (Age 6+)

Register here

 

 

Ludington - Sunday, May 23, Lincoln Hills Golf Club

4-6:15 p.m.: All Ages (Age 6+)

Register here

 

 

Traverse City - Friday, May 21, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa

6-8 p.m.: All Ages (Age 6+)

Register here

 

 

Western Michigan

Grand Rapids - Saturday, May 22, Martin Luther King Park

11-12:30 p.m.: Juniors (Ages 5-18)

Register here

 

 

Holland - Friday, May 21, Holland Christian High School

4-5:30 p.m.: Adaptive tennis players (Ages 5-18)

Registration is closed (event full).

 

6-7:30 p.m.: Wheelchair tennis players (Age 18+)

Register here

 

 

Kalamazoo - Saturday, May 22, Mayors' Riverfront Park

4-5 p.m.: All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

 

Lansing - Sunday, May 23, Lansing Eastern High School

1-2 p.m.: All Ages (Age 5+)

Register here

 

 

Southeastern Michigan: CLICK HERE to view events

 


 

Ohio

 
Ohio Valley

Beavercreek - Sunday, May 23, Beavercreek Clay Courts Tennis Club

1-2:30 p.m.: Juniors (Ages 5-16)

Register here

 

3-4 p.m.: Adults (Age 18+)

Register here

 

 

Cincinnati - Sunday, May 23, Withrow High School

2:30 p.m.: Juniors (Grades 1-4)

Register here

 

3:30 p.m.: Juniors (Grades 1-3)

Register here

 

4:30 p.m.: Juniors (Grades 4-6)

Register here

 

 

Huber Heights - Saturday, May 22, Tom Cloud Park

2-3:30 p.m.

Juniors (Ages 6-12): Register here

Adults (Age 18+): Register here

 

 

Northeastern Ohio: CLICK HERE to view events
 
Northwestern Ohio: CLICK HERE to view events

 


 

Wisconsin

 
Milwaukee - Saturday, May 22
Adults and Juniors (Ages 9+)
  • 10 a.m.-noon: Sijan Playfield
  • 2-4 p.m.: North Division High School

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