We didn’t invent tennis in Little Rock, Arkansas, but sometimes it does sort of feel that way. Founded in 1967 by community leaders and tennis enthusiasts, the Racquet Club was indeed the premier tennis facility in Little Rock as imagined by its creators. Through the years, we’ve only grown and improved and haven’t relinquished our pursuit of creating the best environment for this timeless sport. Now our facilities include eight outdoor clay courts, four outdoor hard courts and four indoor hard courts. Our offerings include year round league play (indoor and out), competitive tournaments, an excellent professional teaching staff, a storied junior tennis program and an active team tennis community.
But tennis at LRRC is less about facilities and more about competition and camaraderie. Those things may seem a bit at odds when you see two best friends arguing a questionable line call — but at the end of the day our tennis players are a big family. We play hard and make up quickly, often over a cold drink at the Player’s Grill. For more information about our tennis program, give us a shout today.
Interested in playing on a league but don’t want to make a full time commitment? Contact Amy at 225-5711 or be email at email@example.com to be added to our sub list. Subbing is a great way to get back in the game and meet some new tennis buddies, so contact us today to get started!
Joining a League
We suggest that players new to the system substitute in order to find a league that best matches their skill level. Our league coordinator, Amy Williams, will be glad to get you started. If you would like to join a league, contact her at 225-5711.
Members may reserve indoor and outdoor courts 48 hours in advance by contacting the Club. When reserving courts, a member may not reserve back to back time slots. Reserved courts will be opened to other members if no player on the reservation is present 15 minutes after the start of the reserved time. Indoor courts must be canceled three hours prior to the reserved court time to avoid being charged for the court.
There is no charge for playing outdoors. Indoor court fees are as follows:
90 minutes – $24
60 minutes – $16
The total cost is split between players.
Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced player, we’re here to help improve your forehand, backhand, serve, volley, overhead, and specialty shots. Have great shots but still have trouble winning? Let’s talk strategy. Whatever your needs, we’ll structure your lesson to fit them. To schedule a private or group lesson, please contact our tennis professionals directly.
2020 Club ChampionshipSEE RESULTS HERE
As a reminder:
- You must use your 2020 NTRP rating when deciding what to play.
- There is a 2 event limit unless you are trying for a “triple crown” in which case you may register for a singles, doubles and mixed event.
- Thursday and Friday play will start at 6:00 pm.
- Main draw matches may be played at the LRRC.
- Consolation format is subject to change depending on weather and court availability. Consolation matches may play outdoors here or indoors/outdoors at the LRRC.
- You must be 21+ years of age by January 23, 2020, and a member, in good standing, of the LRAC, LRRC, NLRAC or DAC by December 31, 2019, to participate.
This six week introductory program is designed for adults new to tennis. Basic stroke technique is introduced as well as scoring, rules, strategy and court etiquette. PTQ is organized and taught by teaching pros James Strassle and Andrew Fox. Evening classes are held on Mondays from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Daytime classes are offered on an as needed basis. To register or to find out more information, contact James at 501-551-3456. The fee for the class is $80 for members, $92 for non-members.