Top 10 Cities with Most Tennis Players and Courts in the USA. Did you know you could use Tennis Round when you travel?

Is your city in the Top 10? Check out the best places to play tennis.

Tennis never stops. Tennis Round is now catering to over 33,000 members. Cities like San Francisco and New York enjoy high enough density of players to set up a match even the same day. Scattered across the US are cities with different concentration of players and courts. If you’re planning to visit any of these cities, here are the top 10 with most players and courts.

San Francisco, CA.
The City by the Bay is home to 1184 Tennis Round members. Boasting more than 200 tennis courts, San Francisco is easily one of the best cities to play tennis. 77 of all tennis facilities are managed by the City of San Francisco, which has done a great job at resurfacing many of them just recently. Mission Dolores Park and Hayes Valley Park are two of the most popular tennis venues in town.>> Click here to connect with other players.
New York City, NY.
The bustlin’ Big Apple has 74 tennis courts and 1064 registered players (that probably never sleep). Two of the most active facilities are located at the East River Park and the Central Park Tennis Center. Yes, private tennis clubs can cost an arm and a leg, but public ones are a good alternative, even if they require a permit.>> Upgrade to the Premium Plan and get to meet Tennis Round members in New York!
Los Angeles, CA.
Sunny Los Angeles makes it in the top ten with 79 courts and 564 registered members. Some of the most popular tennis facilities include Vermont Canyon Tennis Club and Ketchum Downtown YMCA. Try Anaheim Tennis Center for any current USTA tournaments. http://anaheimtenniscenter.com/ Ask for Mike Nelson to get involved and join the fun.Play with members from the City of Angels. >> Click here.
Seattle, WA.
Besides being the Coffee Capital of the World, Seattle is also quite a tennis-minded city. It has 71 tennis courts and more than 500 tennis players on Tennis Round. The courts at Amy Yee Tennis Center,  Bobby Morris at Cal Anderson and Seattle University are among those frequented by Seattle players.>> Sign up for the automatic Player Matching Program and match against Seattle-based members.
Chicago, IL.
Currently with 79 tennis courts and 427 tennis players, our previous Featured City is also part of the top 10. Check out the most popular tennis courts in Chicago: Grant Park and Lake Shore Park.>> Join the fun and subscribe to the Premium Plan.
Washington, DC.
The Nation’s Capital prides itself with 189 courts andmore than 600 players. Our members frequently play at Reed Park and Francis Park.>> Take advantage of Unlimited Messaging and the automatic Player Matching Program for only $4.99 per month or $29 per year!
San Diego, CA.
Being the City in Motion, it’s no wonder that San Diego is home to more than 334 members. Now with 58 tennis facilities, including San Diego City College andMorley Field Sports Complex, there are even more opportunities to play tennis.Set up matches with the local players or let us do that for you.
Houston, TX.
There are 60 tennis facilities (and counting!) with almost 200 recreational players in Houston. Visit the Memorial Park Tennis Center and the River Oaks Park when you’re in H-Town.>> Subscribe to our in-demand automatic Player Matching Program and get matched with the locals in your area.
Denver, CO.
The Mile-High City has access to over 68 tennis courts scattered across town. Get connected with any of our 294 members and take your matches to the Congress Park or Denver City Park.Make the most of Tennis Round. Upgrade to the Premium Plan and let us find your matches for you.
Austin, TX.
The beautiful city of Austin in Texas is a very promising place to play tennis in with over 60 listed courts and265 tennis players. The South Austin Tennis Centerand Austin Recreation Center are two of our members’ favorite tennis spots.For only $4.99 per month or $29 per year, you’ll get introduced to other players via the automatic Player Matching Program. For more information, click here.
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