Where to play tennis in Fort Worth

We’ve got the details on public courts so you can ace your tennis practice.


Head out to the court and you’ll be as happy as these tennis-loving people — we promise.

In honor of Wimbledon starting today, we thought we’d feed you some places to play tennis in Panther City.

But first back to the baseline — do you know about the Fort Worth Tennis Association (FWTA)?

The nonprofit, community organization is part of the United States Tennis Association Texas + works to foster the sport in Funkytown. FWTA was founded in 1958 and holds tournaments, leagues, clinics, after-school programs, junior camps, and more.

There are two large tennis centers in town and nearly 40 other public courts that can be used for free. Get ready to serve it up at these local spots.

McLeland Tennis Center | Rosemont
Owned by the city, the tennis center has 14 outdoor courts and two indoor courts. McLeland offers lessons, youth and adult drills, and private training. You can reserve a court, rent a ball machine, or have your racket restrung.

Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center | TCU
Home of the TCU tennis team, the center has 27 courts. Sixteen outdoor courts + five indoor courts are available for public use. The center offers court rentals, individual lessons, group drills, and junior practices through the DFW Tennis Academy.

  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. + Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
  • Rate: $7.50 per person for 1.5 hours
  • Call (817) 257-7960 to reserve a court

Not quite ready for a full tennis match? Check out our guide to pickleball courts.

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