Explore Mansfield Tennis Options
Do you LOVE all? Tennis is a classic game that's popular for many ages, and easy to pick up and learn at any age, especially in Mansfield!
Public tennis courts can be found at Clayton W. Chandler Park, 1530 N. Walnut Creek Drive. The three courts were resurfaced in late 2017 and have a designated pavilion, bleachers and water fountain with bottle refill station immediately adjacent to the court. They are open for public use but available for reservation by individuals or groups, whether for lessons or private events. Contact the MAC for more information on court rentals.
Thanks to a partnership between the City of Mansfield and Mansfield ISD, the public is able to use the tennis courts at Legacy High School, 1263 N. Main Street, when school is not in session. This includes weekends during the school year and daily over the summer and school holidays. The courts are not staffed but are unlocked from 9 a.m. to sundown for public use on a first come, first served basis.
Find a League
Mansfield Area Tennis Association hosts recreational league play throughout the year, as well as regular mixers and tournaments. Registration can be done through the Mansfield Activities Center or by contacting MATA directly.
Learn the Game
Whether you're new to the game, sharpening your skills, or want to introduce the sport to your kids, Mansfield has a number of great options. These classes are offered at various times throughout the year; click the link to see the upcoming dates.
MATA Family Play Days are bi-monthly sessions that combine skills instruction with games and friendly matches designed to allow the entire family, ages 5 and up, to learn and play together.
MATA Next Generation Tennis is weekly lessons from a USTA certified instructor for boys and girls ages 5-12 to learn more advanced skills through drills and match play.
TGA Tennis follows the Teach, Grow, Achieve curriculum to teach the game through drills, challenges and friendly matches with positive reinforcement and confidence coaching.
Tennis camps are also offered from both organizations each summer; check the summer camp guide, released in mid-March, for dates and details.