TALLAHASSEE TENNIS ASSOCIATION
Organize, Promote & Grow the Sport of Tennis in Tallahassee
The purpose of the Tallahassee Tennis Association (TTA) is to organize, promote and grow the sport of tennis at all ability levels and for all populations in the greater Tallahassee area. TTA enjoys a partnership with the City of Tallahassee Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Affairs Department (TPRNA) by offering numerous leagues, tournaments and adult and junior tennis programs.
TTA sponsors many local leagues, organizes tournaments for adults and juniors and supports teams going to USTA national tournaments. TTA supports diversity and participation in local tennis. Each year TTA runs fund-raising events benefiting local charities (like America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend) and annually supports the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Foundation through the USTA Tallahassee Tennis Challenger.
Tallahassee's Tennis Challenger is this week at Forest Meadows.
Support the event and join TTA on Friday, April 21st for TTA Night.
A special thanks to everyone who played and
volunteered in the 2023 Sweetheart Tournament
Sweetheart Doubles 6.0 Winners:
Becky Bush and Rob Hayes
Sweetheart Doubles 7.0 Winners:
Pia Lehtonen and Juan Luque
Sweetheart Doubles 8.0 Winners:
Rhonda Tullos and Patrick Swanson
Cheryl Tomlinson and Steve Wilkins
TTA recommends calling Forestmeadows Tennis Complex if looking for introductory tennis lessons and group clinics.
WHAT TTA DOES FOR YOU!
TTA Singles, Doubles, and Mixed Championships
We receive many inquiries about tennis lessons for adults and kids. For adult lessons, the City of Tallahassee pro's teach primarily at Forestmeadows. Lesson rates vary, but a good estimate is $45.00 for an hour lesson, which can be taken individually, or with a partner. Same goes for kids' lessons. The best bang for you buck is to enroll in one of the City's tennis clinics. There are both adult and kids programs, with 2-3 sessions/seasons per year. Check out the City Parks & Rec web page for details, or call Forestmeadws at 850.891.4940.
If you are interested in learning more about the organization, have an idea for an event or are wanting to volunteer, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you on the courts!
Sue James, President