The experienced instructors at Eastern Hills Indoor Tennis Club know what it takes to win games against tough opponents. Brian Clark and Steve Levine both crossed rackets with skilled rivals while playing for Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati. And Doug Matthews helps lead collegiate students to victory as the assistant coach of Xavier's men's and women's tennis teams. It's this wealth of experience that makes the club’s group lessons so successful. Classes are designed to improve the skills of all players, whether they're well versed in the sport or have only used a racket to bat away a bumblebee.
Established: Before 1950
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Tennis instruction
Recommended Age Group: All ages
According to scientists at the University of Illinois, because tennis requires players to stay alert and think tactically, the sport may generate new connections between nerves in the brain and promote continuing brain development. Lindner Tennis Center at Lunken does its part to keep minds and bodies healthy by offering tennis instruction for adults and kids and organizing various leagues and tournaments.
Its eight hard courts and eight clay courts host a city-wide ladder league, 12 United States Tennis Association adult and junior tournaments, and camps for kids. They also welcome people for adult social mixers, where tennis lovers can meet up for a match or to discuss Roger Federer's chiseled calves.