Tennis & Racquetball
Miami-Dade Parks has over 50 locations with more than 200 courts to serve every corner of the County. Depending on which center you choose, courts may be lighted for night play; you may take professional or group lessons; join leagues for tournament play; have your racquet restrung or buy equipment.
The U.S. Tennis Association's Player Development Program and the National Junior Tennis Team are now headquartered at Crandon Park Tennis Center, home of the Ericsson Open, the world's fifth largest professional tennis tournament. Underprivileged youngsters can take advantage of special programs that provide lessons, equipment and lunch.
Persons with disabilities can also enjoy playing tennis at many Miami-Dade Parks tennis centers. Basic and intermediate wheelchair tennis skills are taught at various locations. There are also special programs:
600 SW 92nd Ave
What: Tennis instruction for children with physical disabilities
Who: Children 9 & up w/ physical disabilities
Times: 9am -11am
Swing for Autism
1405 SW 97th Ave.
What: Fundementals of Tennis
Who: Children 6 and up w/ Autism
When: Tuesdays in September & October
Times: 5:30 - 7:00pm
Cost: $35 for 8 classes
For information about Youth Tennis Camps and leagues see Children's and Youth Programs.
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