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Tennis, Tennis, Tennis!

Winter is coming… Which means the days are getting shorter and the time spent outside is not as enjoyable with the colder temperatures. Playing tennis at CBRC if one of the best ways to stay active during the winter season. The indoor climate controlled courts will help keep the inclement weather at bay.

One of the benefits of playing tennis is that it is something you can play your entire life. We have members from 4 to 100 years old playing on our courts. It is one of the best ways to stay in shape and keep the adrenaline pumping through your veins for many, many years!

Are you looking for a fun activity for the entire family? The answer tennis. You don’t have to be the best in town to have fun. If you have a family member who wants to improve their game, schedule a lesson with one of our tennis professionals. There are private lessons, adult group lessons, and kids tennis sessions offered throughout the year at various times.

Do you have trouble thinking of date ideas? Do you need some more quality time with your partner? What better way than to start playing mixed doubles? Tennis is a great couples’ activity for any age and any skill level. You can make new couple friends and even make a date night out of it by playing tennis, relaxing in the hot tub, and then grabbing a delicious smoothie at the café! Playing tennis is a great way to spend time with your loved one.

One of the best things about tennis is that it can be a casual or competitive sport. There are a variety of reasons why people choose to play tennis and we have all types of tennis players at the club. Tennis is a great social activity to meet new friends. Whether it is our tennis social, one of our USTA Tournaments, or the beer league, we have a program or event for you! Check our upcoming tennis events here.

Additionally, CBRC’s USRSA-Certified Stringer, Dan Gleason, can meet all of your stringing needs with synthetic or polyester strings.  We also do grips and accessories. Stringing forms are available in the Tennis Center and must be attached to the racquet to help complete your order. More information about stringing or contact information can be found here.

To have fun and play tennis, please review the rules and make your court reservation here.

See you on the court!

Columbia Basin Racquet Club

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