Santa Monica Tennis Club

Santa Monica Tennis Club

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Everyone is welcome!  Tennis lovers who enjoy playing doubles in a friendly atmosphere comprise our club.  There’s no facility, rather we play at Christine Emerson Reed Park (Wilshire Blvd. at 7th St.), a public park in Santa Monica. It has been in operation since 1928 at this same location.

We offer membership to all adults, regardless of area of residency. Good sportsmanship and a knowledge of tennis rules are the only requirements.

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Membership Info

All are Welcome!

While the majority of our members rate intermediate (3.5-4.0 in the USTA self-rated scale), we welcome all players and levels. 

Christine Emerson Reed Park
1133 7th St
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Information on reserving courts at Reed Park

Email: smtctennis@gmail.com
The entrance to the park is located on 7th and on Lincoln Blvd
Parking located on the street plus what is indicated on the map below

Open Play Every Sunday

We reserve courts from 9am to 2 pm for our members to compete in doubles matches.

Action Ball (aka Live Ball)

Our club members enjoy sessions lasting 90 minutes, at the best price in town. More details and how to sign up

Friday Night Events

We provide Action Ball Sessions and Doubles tournaments on selected Friday Evenings. See the calendar for upcoming events.

Socials

The club has a long history of providing social evenings after tennis at nearby bars or restaurants

Tennis Trips

Our club members like to travel to other clubs for tennis events

A Friendly Place for Tennis

Over the years, the club has hosted friendly intra and inter club tournaments with after parties. All our members abide by our Code of Conduct which facilitates our friendly atmosphere of inclusive tennis through out our matches and action ball.

Most Affordable Tennis Club in Los Angeles

Your yearly fee of $95 entitles you free Sunday play weather permitting.  That’s $1.82 for 5 hours worth of play

Social Activities include the Hello Tournament and the Club Championships Parties. Activities also include low cost weekend trips, mostly to tennis resorts within a two hour drive. However, trips have also ranged as far afield as Hawaii, where Club members went to a Luau and met – no kidding – the King of Hawaii. Trips also include “happy hour” socials, group dinners, tournaments, as well as ad hoc play-until-you-drop games. Most resorts feature swimming pools, jacuzzis, professional massage, and other amenities