KIDS AND ADULTS INVITED TO TRY TENNIS FOR FREE Beginning and Returning Players of All Ages Welcome to Attend “Play Tennis Midwest” programming, FREE tennis classes May 13-15, 2022; Celebrate
KIDS AND ADULTS INVITED TO TRY TENNIS FOR FREE
Beginning and Returning Players of All Ages Welcome to Attend “Play Tennis Midwest” programming, FREE tennis classes May 13-15, 2022; Celebrate National Tennis Month this May in Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis, IN/USA — Tennis is booming, and what better way to find yourself in the game than through local events and play opportunities in the Midwest as part of National Tennis Month this May! For a second year in a row, the United States Tennis Association/Midwest Section is hosting interactive tennis activities for kids and adults to try the game for FREE!
We, along with our partners at the Capitol City Tennis Club, are hosting families at Riverside Park Tennis Courts from 2-4:00pm on May 15th. There will be music, games, drills, and giveaways. The best part: There’s no cost to play. Even better: If you don’t have a racquet, one will be provided to you onsite!
Last year, our inaugural “Play Tennis Midwest” events took place at 60 different locations across five states and attracted more than 2,100 attendees of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
Since 2019, tennis participation has grown significantly (Forbes, Racquet Sports Industry Magazine, USTA.com) with 4.9 million more people taking to the courts. Many participants wanted to pick up a new sport that was easy to learn and safe to play in a pandemic.
That’s why the USTA/Midwest Section is offering Play Tennis Midwest events – to encourage beginners who are new to the game, and anyone looking to make their tennis comeback!
You can find more details about Play Tennis Midwest and sign up for an event near you by clicking here.
About USTA/Midwest Section
The USTA Midwest, founded in 1895, has one mission: “To Innovate, Promote and Grow the Game of Tennis.” Serving five states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin) and 13 districts, you will always be able to find the perfect fit for your game! Check out exciting opportunities happening near you by visiting our website here.
About USTA Central Indiana
USTA Central Indiana District office has been serving Indiana since the 1940’s helping to grow the game of tennis.
About Capitol City Tennis Club
The original purpose of the C.C.T.C. was to promote and provide competitive and social interaction among those in the Indianapolis African-American tennis playing community. Today, C.C.T.C. has updated this purpose to reflect the diversity of the club by simply stating to provide, advocate, educate and encourage all who seek to enjoy the game of tennis.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
2420 E Riverside Dr