Missouri Valley / Kansas

Kansas Tennis Facilities Reopening

Kendra Wicks | June 02, 2020

This is up-to-date as of June 2, 2020. Please click the link to the facility page for the most updated information.


Beginning June 1, USTA play has begun to resume play following the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the USTA recommended precautions, many local clubs and facilities are re-opening with health and safety measures in place.


Please see the list below to learn more about the reopening of facilities in your area.


Crestview Country Club - Currently Open: Learn More

Emporia Country Club- Currently Closed for resurfacing

Genesis Rock Rd.- Currently Open: Learn More

Genesis West Central- Currently Open: Learn More 

Genesis Wood Valley- Currently Open: Learn More 

Genesis Salina- Currently Open: Learn More

Kossover Tennis Center- Currently Open: every other court is closed to ensure social distancing, no benches or community water jugs, current limit of 15 people in Shawnee County

K-State Tennis Complex- Currently Closed: university to remain closed through the summer

Lake Shawnee Tennis Courts- Currently Open: current limit of 15 people in Shawnee County, no shared equipment or balls.

Prairie Dunes- Currently Open

Riverside Tennis Center- Opened June 1: practicing social distancing between players and during court changes. Learn More

Sheldon Coleman Complex- TBD

Topeka Country Club- Currently Open: reduced hours: 

Monday-Friday: 9 am – 7 pm

Saturday: 9 am – 3 pm

Sunday: 12 pm – 3 pm

Learn More

Washburn University- Currently Closed: university to remain closed through the summer

Wichita Country Club- Currently Open: Learn More


Check out the USTA's Player Guidelines for safely returning to play. 

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