Greenwood Tennis Club is South Denver’s premier place to play in the heart of Greenwood Village. Home to seven indoor clay and five outdoor hard courts, our permanent structure indoor clay court facility is the largest in the western United States. Greenwood boasts experienced top-level USPTA Tennis Professionals, all of whom competed at the collegiate level. Greenwood offers a complete menu of leagues, drop-in-drills, socials, tournaments and private lessons for the avid tennis player. Additionally, the junior player will receive top instruction with the proper balance of high level training and fun.Read More »
It all happens again in February 20-25, 2018!
Join us for this prestigious event and our 20th annual, always a highlight of the winter season. We have men's and women's singles, doubles and mixed divisions for players of all levels. There are valuable prize packages for the winners and most importantly some prime parking spots are at stake!
Participants will play a set with and against each of the other three players on their court for three sets total. Athletic Club members may participate in this league on time at the posted non-member rate.
At Greenwood Tennis Club, members may book courts six days prior to the day you want to play with no court fees.
Hey four to six year olds, it's time for you to experience the program of your lifetime! These tennis classes will emphasize basic skills, hand eye coordination, tennis etiquette and FUN!See flyer here »
We've reformatted our entire curriculum with new programs designed specifically to meet the needs of any junior player. Our Development Programs concentrate on basic skills based on the player's age and level. Tournament players will grow and be challenged in one of our Competitive Programs with a proven modern method of development.
This class is perfect for the child who is a complete beginner up through the novice level player considering the early stages of tournament play. Fundamentals of all grips, groundstrokes, net play, serve, return and play will be covered through a progression of skills.See flyer here »
This program is designed for the teen aged player with limited experience and the hope of joining a high school team. Basic fundamentals of all strokes, rules, court positioning for singles and doubles as well as tennis etiquette will be covered.See flyer here »
We're more dedicated than ever to help aspiring tournament players to reach a new level! A variety of feeding, ball machine and live ball drills will be used to provide repetition and reinforcement on the skills that will ensure we are developing game ready players. You must be an active Challenger or Championship level tournament player to participate in this class.See flyer here »
This program is for current Varsity level high school players. These participants are generally active Satellite and Championship level tournament players and are looking to improve consistency with all strokes, develop more efficient footwork patterns, increase racquet speed and improve their tactical awareness in all areas of the court in both singles and doubles.See flyer here »
Ages: 10-13 years
Players are rotated in to singles and doubles matches by a staff professional. Players will focus on scoring correctly, tiebreakers, doubles movement and basic singles doubles strategy.
This program will return in Fall 2017
This popular summer program returns with six three-day sessions and two four-day sessions. This program is perfect for beginner to intermediate level players. We base our camp on balance...good tennis and great fun! We encourage and teach our campers to truly understand stroke fundamentals and basic match play strategies. More than anything, we want our campers to enjoy this lifetime sport long after they leave camp. Get ready to have fun and see your game improve!Summer 2018 »
Ages: 9-18 years
This is one of the best opportunities during the summer for juniors to get competitive matches against comparable levels while learning and having fun! Two weekly practices and one match is held each week. Player evaluations will be held in May, matches start in June.