Tennis in Mead Valley

3 Half-Hour Private Lessons With Option for One-Month Club Membership at Murrieta Tennis Club (Up to 57% Off)

Murrieta Tennis Club

Murrieta

USTA-certified instructors lead private lessons for players of all skill levels; member benefits include discounts and match play

$90 $39

View Deal

$35 for 10 Learn-to-Play Tennis or Fitness Classes at Spearman Clubs ($150 Value)

Spearman Clubs

Multiple Locations

Professional trainers coax out latent athletic abilities with tennis, swimming, Zumba, and Pilates clinics at spacious multisport clubs

$150 $35

View Deal

60-Minute Private Tennis Lesson for One or Two from Your Court Tennis (56% Off)

Your Court Tennis

Multiple Locations

Instructors work one-on-one with tennis students during lessons that improve pupils’ games

$75 $35

View Deal

$56 for Two-Month Single or Family Tennis Membership at Racquet Club of Irvine ($770 Value)

Racquet Club of Irvine

Rancho San Joaquin

Memberships afford access to the 28 courts, lesson programs, ball-machine rentals, pool, outdoor hot tub, childcare, and fitness center

$770 $56

View Deal

$69 for a Two-Month Individual or Family Membership at Newport Beach Tennis Club (Up to $834 Value)

Newport Beach Tennis Club

Newport Beach

Two-month memberships grant access to the tennis club’s 19 lighted courts, junior Olympic-size heated pool, fitness center, and restaurant

$834 $69

View Deal

Four Group Tennis Lessons from Potapkin Tennis (75% Off)

Potapkin Tennis

Newport Beach

We specialize in technique, and we believe great technique leads to a great player!

$100 $25

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

Founded with the goal of bringing the community together through social events that promote physical fitness, Spearman Clubs keeps its members active via a host of well-maintained athletic amenities and all-ages activities. Each of the three clubs features outdoor pools brimming with salt-filtered water free of chlorine or river rafts, as well as sauna and steam rooms for post-swim sessions. The sleek, palm-tree-laden clubs also boast tennis courts?all equipped with hitting walls and ball machines?upon which players of all experience levels can practice their backhand during lessons and programs helmed by seasoned pros.

The Laguna Niguel Racquet Club bustles with activity as members shape up in Pilates classes or stave off hunger pangs at the Top Spin Bar & Grill. Personal trainers help visitors at the Tennis Club at Monarch Beach cloak their muscles in iron, and an onsite spa sends weary bodies into fits of unfettered relaxation. Skilled muscle manipulators erase aches from tense backs at the Racquet Club of Irvine, where therapeutic massage services serve as a soothing conclusion to a day spent splashing about the pool and hitting the courts.

5 Ethel Coplen Way
Irvine,
CA
US

Certified tennis guru Rusty Miller leads a team of professional instructors who mold players of all ages into pros. Rusty’s 25 years in the tennis business and several South California–area tennis-club holdings have culminated in this newly revamped club. Players volley back and forth on 11 championship hard courts before taking advantage of numerous amenities. From workouts in the fitness center to nighttime practices held on the eight lighted courts to equipment upgrades at the pro shop, Anaheim Hills Racquet Club is designed to improve all areas of play. Single members can retrieve lobs from the ball machine, engage other members for one-on-one hitting practice, or set up intense matches with court-savvy nonmembers, such as the white line from Pong.

415 S Anaheim Hills Rd
Anaheim,
CA
US

At Top Tennis at La Habra Tennis Center, shots skip and spring across a dozen pro-grade courts seven days per week. Recognizing that tennis, like competitive puppy petting, is one of the few sports that can be played from childhood through the golden years, the professionally staffed USTA facility makes sure to serve up programs for all ages and skill levels. Programs for advanced players provide competitive and tournament training, whereas youth services, such as 8 and Under programs, teach pintsize racket holders the basics on smaller-scale courts. Yearly memberships, USTA leagues, and pay-to-play options round out the center's arsenal of specialties, and an onsite pro-shop stocks the latest shoes, rackets, and accessories so players won't have to download gear onto their bodies before each match.

351 S Euclid St
La Habra,
CA
US

Voted Best Tennis Courts by readers of the Orange County Register, Los Caballeros sprawls top-notch multisport and fitness facilities over 17 acres. Keeping roving packs of nomadic athletes entertained are two indoor basketball courts, 14 racquetball and handball courts, and 23 lighted tennis courts. Hydrophiles can dive into the four swimming pools, then ease back into land life in the steam rooms, saunas, or Jacuzzis. With the family pass, childcare is also included. Members also gain unlimited access to more than 70 weekly group fitness classes, including Zumba, yoga, Pilates, and supervised spinning in circles, which gets participants in tune with the Earth's rotation.

17272 Newhope St
Fountain Valley,
CA
US

Though Newport Beach Tennis Club has hosted such legends as Rod Laver and Roy Emerson, its 19 lighted courts welcome players of all stripes. Established in 1966, the club enriches members’ enjoyment of the sport with tournaments, clinics, and private lessons. It also keeps guests in shape as they work up a sweat at the fitness center, equipped with stationary bikes, ellipticals, and free weights, or cool off with laps in the junior Olympic-size saline pool. In the restaurant, chefs frequently change up the menu, filling the spacious dining room with daily specials ranging from grilled red snapper to filet mignon with béarnaise sauce. At The Clipper Ship salon and barbershop, members can transform their hair into any style, such as Andre Agassi’s legendary mullet or John McEnroe’s afro, in which he stored extra tennis balls.

2601 Eastbluff Dr
Newport Beach,
CA
US

For tennis players, the elements are not only capable of spoiling an outdoor match or practice session entirely, they can also be taxing to the body in the long-term, especially for those trying to put in the court time required to attain greatness. That reality was behind the creation of Hampton Indoor Tennis Center, which?unlike most sunbaked, wind-lashed, and rain-beaten tennis complexs?offers players a respite from the weather with four indoor courts. Underneath low-glare lights, players trade ground strokes and volleys atop blue-and-green courts that provide a medium-speed bounce and are identical in composition to the hard-court surface of the Indian Wells courts where the BNP Paribas Open is played. Tennis balls pop crisply against racket strings as trainers teach youngsters on a miniature court with dimensions suited to the de-pressurized balls that foster proper stroke development in undersized racquet-wielders.

The staff uses experience playing and teaching to forge formidable players, emphasizing proper footwork, conditioning, and not accidentally shouting one?s social security number while serving. They preside over a wide range of adult lessons, including clinics in which players learn alongside others of the same skill level and one-hour cardio tennis sessions, which feature a series of high-energy drills. The Center?s junior tennis program helps youngsters meet on-court goals of all kinds, from those simply looking to play recreationally to those hoping to grow into an elite competitor.

6250 Sycamore Canyon Blvd
Riverside,
CA
US