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The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department offers many tennis instructional opportunities including:
Junior Group Instruction - All levels - Ages 4 to 18
Courses begin as young as age 4 through the city's Tiny Tots program, and include courses appropriate for all ages and abilities through age 18 in the Junior Tennis Program. For a list of courses currently available, view our Tennis Flyer using the button to the left.
Adult Group Instruction– All Levels - Age 18 years and up
Adult courses are available to players ages 18 and over and include programs for participants with no experience and range to drills for 4.0/4.5 level players. For a list of courses currently available, view our Tennis Flyer using the button to the left.
Private and Semi Private Lessons & Clinics
Private lessons, semi-private lessons, and clinics are available for juniors and adults by certified tennis instructors. Lessons are by appointment and can be scheduled by calling Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center at 919-872-4128.
Private Lesson Rates for one hour (resident/non-resident):
Adult Cardio – All Levels - Age 18 years and up
Cardio Tennis is a fun group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high energy workout.Taught by a teaching professional, Cardio Tennis includes a warm-up, cardio workout and cool down phases. If you are looking for a great new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you must try Cardio Tennis. For a list of courses currently available, view our Tennis Flyer using the button to the left.
Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center offers ball machine rentals to allow players the opportunity to practice strokes and techniques. Each ball machine is customizable to offer balls fed at a pace customized to your level. Ball Machines may be rented up to seven days ahead by calling Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center at 919-872-4128.
Rental Prices (Includes court fee):
Ball Machine Club (Includes court fee, subject to a limited number of blackout dates):
Quadrants: All matches are at Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center. Each week there will be eight courts of doubles matches. A player will play a total of 24 games in a round robin format-8 games with each of the 3 other players as a partner. The results are used to adjust positions for the following week. The player with the most games won will move up and the player with the fewest will move down a quad. All players are responsible for being present or to have a substitute present. MORE INFO>>
World Team Tennis: WTT is co-ed teams competing in a format of 6 no-ad sets. One set each of men’s and women’s doubles, men’s and women’s singles, and ending with 2 sets of mixed doubles. Total games won from all sets determine the winner. Substitutions and coaching are allowed during the match. MORE INFO>>
Raleigh Grand Prix Challenge Ladder: Competitive singles or doubles ladder play for NTRP levels 2.5 – open for men and women. Participants play challenge matches for points. Players
may join the ladder anytime during the first six weeks of the session. Ladder rankings will be updated and emailed each Monday. Players arrange their own match time and location. The
ladder finishes with a season ending tournament. MORE INFO>>
Free Play For Seniors(55+): Senior play days are held at Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center on Monday and Thursday mornings throughout the year at 9am. This is a drop-in mixer with
all levels of play, simply show up and play.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department offers many activities in the tennis program.
Throughout the city, there are 25 public court locations operated by the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department. The main tennis facility is Millbrook Exchange Tennis Center, which offers 23 hard surface courts, a pro shop, ball machines, and more. View list of courts
The mission of the tennis program is to provide opportunities in tennis for all age and ability levels. In an effort to achieve this, the program offers many activities.