With so many playing opportunities for tennis players, Prague is an ideal location for you to be at. Whether you are already acquainted with the basic principles of tennis and want to polish your skills or if you are just a newbie with a growing passion for tennis, Prague is unquestionably the place for you to be. With so many amazing tennis courts in Prague, it is definitely a difficult task to settle on one alone. The facilities provided by these tennis courts are second to no other; whether you prefer indoor courts or outdoor courts, they have it all. With so many brilliant coaches available, learning tennis will surely be a worthwhile experience. Listed below is a list of the most incredible tennis courts in Prague. Not only do they provide tennis courts, but most of these also have swimming pools and fitness gyms for you in case you get tired of playing too much tennis.
Tennis is indeed a very healthy exercise that does not just work your body, but also focuses on the tactical thinking required to play the shots, which is actually a great mental exercise. Tennis is bound to do wonders to your body shape and a great way for you to develop interpersonal relationships. With fun tournaments held round the year, it gives you an incentive to ace the game and boost your confidence once in a while.
Štvanice tennis complex
Štvanice 38, Prague 7 – Holešovice; www.cltk.cz
The oldest and most prestigious tennis complex in the Czech Republic is located on the same-named island in the Vltava River. Here you will find 17 outdoor clay courts, 1 court with a Rebound Ace hard surface and 2 hall courts. In the winter, 10 courts are roofed over. The public can rent courts on weekdays till 3 p.m., on weekends throughout the day.
Information: swimming pool, multi-purpose court, gym, golf simulator.
SK Hradčany tennis courts
Diskařská 1, Prague 1 – Hradčany; www.tenispraha.cz
Have a game of tennis in this attractive part of Prague near the Strahov Monastery. In the summer, there are 3 clay courts and 1 synthetic surface court at the ready, in the winter, 2 clay courts and 1 synthetic surface court are available. You can also book a professional instructor (individually or as a group), and if you don’t own your own tennis kit, you can rent everything on the spot.
Ve Lhotce 4, Prague 4 – Lhotka; www.tempotenis.cz
This tennis complex has six clay courts (two of them set in beautiful woodland) and one synthetic surface court. In the winter, three courts are covered over by inflatable roofing.
Jeremenkova 106, Prague 4 – Krč; www.hittenis.cz
A tennis and sports facility with 9 clay courts and a covered hall – the Supreme. You can book group, individual or fitness training, guided by experienced instructors.
VRŠA Sports Centre
Technologická 956, Prague 4 – Kunratice; www.vrsasportcentrum.cz
The ideal place for professional training and recreational sports. The sports centre facilities on offer include 5 badminton courts in a permanent hall, 4 outside clay courts, 2 with Sit-in synthetic surface (artificial turf with infill) in an inflatable hall, 1 Greenfields synthetic surface (artificial turf with infill) in the permanent hall, 2 beach volleyball courts as well as 1 grassy pitch for five-a-side football. Two of the courts are also suitable for recreational badminton.
Information: fitness training with cardio zone, relaxation zone with sauna, premises for training in self-defense.