Southlake Tennis Center
About the Tennis CenterThe Southlake Tennis Center is a public tennis facility owned by the City of Southlake and operated by Roxy Tennis Inc. It has 19 lighted, hard courts available for rental on an hourly basis. Playing at the tennis center requires no membership fees or dues.
Court Reservations, Fees & Free UsageSouthlake residents may make reservations to use the courts up to one week in advance but can only book one reservation at a time. Non-residents may make reservations up to 48 hours in advance but can only book one reservation at a time. Reservations that are cancelled within 24 hours may be subject to a cancellation fee. Court fees are $4 for residents and $5 for non-residents for two hours of court time.
Reservations to play can be made by calling the Southlake Tennis Center Pro Shop at (817) 421-5605.
There are two additional lighted courts located in Bicentennial Park under the water tower. These courts are available on a first come, first serve basis for one hour of play. The Tennis Center reserves the right to use these courts Monday-Friday from 8 am-1 pm if necessary to provide additional courts for league play.
Courts 16-18, within the Southlake Tennis Center, are open to the general public during the hours the tennis center is not open (Mon-Thur 9:00-11:00pm; Fri 7:00-11:00pm; Sat 6:00-11:00pm; and Sun 5:00-11:00pm). These courts will be opened by the tennis center staff at the close of business every day. Access to these courts is through a gate on the back side of the tennis center. Courts are on a first come, first serve basis and cannot be reserved in advance.
As a courtesy to other players, these courts may be used for 1 hour when other players are waiting. The lights will automatically turn off at 11pm when Bicentennial Park closes.
The lights are operated by a push button located on the fence just outside the courts. A flashing light will turn on when the timer is due to expire.
These courts may remain closed when the tennis center is using them for a major event the following morning or when there is inclement weather and play would be unsafe. There are no squeegees on these courts due to previous theft of these items.
Holiday HoursThe Southlake Tennis Center will be closed December 24 - 26, December 31 and January 1-2.
The Southlake Tennis Center offers a variety of programs, including private and group lessons with U.S. Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) / U.S. Professional Tennis Registry (USPTR)-certified teaching professionals. Director of Tennis, Stephen Poorman, played collegiate and professional tennis and coached at the college level and at the U.S. Open. The teaching staff has a strong background as both players and instructors.