The Reno Tennis Center is centrally located adjacent to the Washoe Golf Course. Fourteen tennis hardcourts and sixteen pickleball courts await players of all abilities. Four courts also have lighting allowing players to enjoy their tennis later in the evening. Have the convenience of booking your courts online or through the front desk year round. There is something for everyone, as our adult and junior programs include clinics, team instruction, team competitions, round robins, tournaments, private lessons, social events, and ball machine rentals.
For all ages & abilities.
Beginner to advanced.
Full day and half day.
Beginner to advanced.
Tennis Nation Racquet Sports
2601 Plumas Street, Reno, NV 89509
Hours of Operation (April – October):
Monday – Friday (7AM – 8PM)
Saturday (8AM – 7PM)
Sunday (8AM – 7PM)
Hours of Operation (November – March):
Monday – Friday (9AM – 5PM)
Saturday (9AM – 5PM)
Sunday (9AM – 5PM)
Court Reservations & Rules:
Online court reservations can be made up to 72 hours in advance. Same day reservations can be made by calling the front desk or upon arrival. Court reservations for singles and doubles are available up to 1.5 and 2 hours respectively. If no one is waiting for a court you can continue to play.
Court Reservation Fees:
Players pay $3 per person per visit.
Individual Membership $200
Family Membership $300
*Memberships are for the calendar year. Prorates are available.
*Scholarship Recipients of the Health and Wellness Pass play for free. Simply present your pass to staff when checking in at the office.
Court fees and Memberships are used to maintain the courts (nets, windscreens, benches, cleaning, snow removal), provide the facility with staffing to operate the center, and subsidize events. These are City of Reno courts, and Tennis Nation Racquet Sports aims to revitalize the center for the community to enjoy.
Organized Play & Event Fees:
Coordinators pay $2 per person. All scheduling must be done through the office.
*Approval and fees may vary depending on the scope of the organized play & event.
*Instruction is only available through Team Members at the Reno Tennis Center.
Ball Machine Rental:
$15 per hour
Reno Tennis Center Improvement Project
Every year thousands of children and adults alike use the courts at the Reno Tennis Center, but unfortunately, the courts have fallen into disrepair. Help breathe new life and energy into a Reno city landmark. Your donation will help Tennis Nation Racquet Sports, the City of Reno, and TMPF bring these courts back to a playable standard.
Interested in increasing your exposure in the Reno market while adding value to the community? Ask us about our marketing packages.
Sponsorship program includes:
Partner with TNRS to gain new customers for your business! If interested in Corporate Sponsorship please call (775) 689-2975.
We accept Cash, Check, Discover, Mastercard, VISA, and American Express. All payments are made to TNRS at the Reno Tennis Center.
Tennis Director Adults
Randy is a former NCAA D1 college player, USPTA elite tennis pro with 18 years of coaching experience, and college graduate obtaining an MBA from UNR. As owner of Tennis Nation Racquet Sports, Randy focuses on training coaches, programing, marketing, and streamlining operations. His goal is to provide racquet sports opportunities and exceptional experiences for everyone in the Reno community.
Tennis Director 18 & Under
Lucy started tennis at 5 years old and grew up playing the Junior Circuit. She attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale on a tennis scholarship. Lucy has spent the past 7 years coaching the Truckee High School boys Tennis Team leading the team to Regional Championships, attendance at State Championships, and having individuals win Singles and Doubles Regional and State Titles.
Kurt is a former Collegiate National Champion and All American with over 35 years of coaching experience in the Reno area. After his playing career Kurt went on to coach tennis at the University of Nevada for 17 years and was inducted into the Northern Nevada Tennis Hall of Fame. Kurt is USPTA certified and enjoys serving the Reno community.
Tennis Pro & League Coordinator
Rob Lizares is a USPTA Certified Tennis Teaching Professional with over 25 years of experience. Rob works with players of all ages and takes pride in delivering great experiences in every session. He finds helping his clients reach their goals and watching their tennis skills develop over time incredibly rewarding.
Nevada has been Rob’s home for over 30 years. He enjoys spending time with his family outdoors. He has a passion for mountain biking, running, fitness and nutrition.
Dionne Lim is a USPTA certified tennis professional and an accomplished player. Lim was the number one tennis player for Singapore, playing and representing Singapore in the Fed Cup, South East Asian Games and other international tournaments. She received a full scholarship to play NCAA Division 1 tennis for all four years. Her passion lies in helping students discover new elements of their game and continuously learning from others each day.
John Mathews is a USPTA certified tennis pro with over 20 years of teaching experience. His enthusiasm for the game is as strong as ever as he finds himself continually learning more about the various aspects of the game. John is passionate about connecting with his students through various teaching techniques. His dedication to making progress is a standard that he brings to the court as he strives to get each student to the next level.
Born and raised in Reno, Chris began playing tennis when he was 3 years old with his father Carlo. As a junior, Chris competed in USTA Northern California tournaments and won the team state championship for Galena High School in 2001. Chris went on to play division I tennis for the University of Nevada and continues to compete in tournaments today.
Ever since the age of 8, Chris and his twin brother Nick grew up developing a love for tennis in the Reno community. Sexton played in the USTA junior circuit competing against top-ranked national players. Sexton made the varsity tennis team at Reno High School in 2008 and went on to win the state championship his senior year in 2011. After graduating in 2012, Sexton played on the UNR tennis team.