Tennis in Bell Gardens


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  • Lakewood Tennis
    Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Brands Used: Wilson Pro Tip: Bring comfy tennis shoes and a bottle of water. Don't forget to bring your smile. Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Private lessons Recommended Age Group: All Ages Q&A with Tem, Tennis Teacher I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience? Just come with an open mind. We go over the basics when we have new students. What is the one feature of your business that you're most proud of? That over 99% of our students improve. They usually end up in competition at the high school level, satellite, or open level tournaments. What is the most enjoyable part of your job? Watching a student grow and improve year to year. Not just [in] tennis skills, but [in] other attributes such as practice, dedication, loyalty, respect, and perseverance. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? We offer private lessons if you need extra help in the class.
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    4212 Clubhouse Dr.
    Lakewood, CA US
  • Allen & Sons Table Tennis Club
    The ring of international flags that circles Allen & Sons Table Tennis Club is more than just a decoration. It's a testament to the sport's global popularity and the club's international coaching staff. A highly decorated roster of coaches conducts lessons at the club, led by Fovad Kaseb, former coach of Iran’s national table-tennis team, and Bella Livshin, a US Open and US Nationals champion who has been coaching since 1968. The instructors lead beginners and experienced players through drills on eight Butterfly Centerfold tables, each approved by the International Table Tennis Federation for tournament play. Players enjoy the air-conditioned space with an olympic-style floor designed for table tennis as they work up sweats rallying with opponents or practicing volleys with the Newgy robot—a system that serves balls across the table to the player, catches them in a net upon return, and can never feel emotion. Allen & Sons also offers a live video feed of their club.
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    21915 Sherman Way
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Cheviot Hills Tennis Center
    As part of LA Tennis Centers, the Cheviot-Hills branch was founded by people who virtually live and breathe the game. Owner Beth Herr Bellamy was the #1 ranked junior tennis player at the age of 16 before going pro and amassing wins over the likes of Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver. Co-owner Steve Bellamy was voted as one of the top 10 most influential people in tennis by Sports Business Journal. Together, they combine their expertise to oversee three tennis centers that cater to the beginner and seasoned player alike. At Cheviot-Hills, youngsters can learn the game in summer camps that keep them active while school's out. Junior players can build up a competitive edge in more rigorous programs, and adults can sign up for lessons. For a cardio gauntlet, players can jump into a game of LiveBall?a doubles competition that lasts for up to two hours and involves continuous movement around the court in doubles formation.
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    2601 Motor Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Sunset Padel
    Sunset Padel specializes in the sport of padel, a racquet game popular in Spain. Though very similar to tennis, padel is played on a smaller court and permits hitting off any of the four side walls. The balls in play are the same as tennis balls but the paddle itself is a solid, stringless racquet. Sunset Padel invites both new and longtime lovers of the game to play on its three outdoor courts. Beyond the trio of playing surfaces, the facility also offers a pro shop, locker rooms, and a caf?, as well as an even smaller take on tennis?ping-pong.
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    5115 Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Whittier Narrows Tennis Center
    Whittier Narrows trains and nurtures novice and advanced tennis players with its roster of iTennis lessons, USTA adult league teams, and well-kept courts. Each of Whittier Narrows? 16 courts are painted U.S. Open shades of blue and green to emulate professional play and increase ball visibility, and are fully lighted for nighttime and solar eclipse play. Tennis center memberships entitle players to complimentary perks such as a one-hour drill clinic, a racket demo program, weekly stroke clinics, and free ball machine rental (during off-peak hours), as well as a 10% discount in the pro shop and discounts on classes. After rinsing away sweat and lingering grunts in the men?s and women?s locker rooms, an airy member lounge invites athletes to relax on a leather couch and enjoy wireless Internet, a flat-screen television, and refreshments.
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    1201 Potrero Avenue
    South El Monte, CA US
  • La Habra Tennis Center
    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.
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    351 S Euclid St
    La Habra, CA US