Tennis requires cardiovascular endurance, agility, power and mental focus. If you’re an old pro or looking to channel your inner Serena Williams for the first time, ClassPass has some of the best drop-in tennis programs across the country. Lace up your (non-marking) tennis shoes, grab a racket and hit that clay court with some of our favorite studios.
Rooftop tennis? Yes, please. TennisFit takes places on the rooftop of the Conrad Miami and is a one-stop shop for fitness and tennis skill improvement. Expect a sweaty warm-up, rallying and drills with a focus on cardiovascular training. The second half of class is points-play focused, where participants are divided into groups based on skill level and given a chance to try their hand at the game.
Operating top-notch small group classes and clinics from three iconic New York City locations, Tennis in Manhattan is the perfect way to score a game in the city that seemingly should have no room for courts. Sign up for court time at Yorkville Tennis Club, Vanderbilt Tennis Club (in Grand Central Terminal!) or Sutton East Tennis Club and learn from world-class coaches. There a heavy focus on form and technique.
Playtennis! California in beautiful San Diego offers a unique tennis experience, channeling its founder’s Club Med training and a great mixture of competition, fun, vacation vibes and exacting training. Classes are backed with a curated playlist. Expect detailed technical feedback on your form and both competitive and cooperative game play. Bonus? Bring a swimsuit to recover in the pool or Jacuzzi after class.
Founded by Dr. Jonathan Bailin, a doctor of exercise physiology and biomechanics and former coach of the University of Southern California women’s tennis team, Tennis Coaching Sport Science in Marina Del Rey is one of the most precision-based tennis offerings on ClassPass. Expect to improve your technique and gain a better understanding of tennis strategy; plus, the court overlooks the harbor.
The Spherical Yellow tennis program in Nashville will kick your butt. They offer 55 minutes of Fast Feed Tennis: tons of cardio, tennis drills and games. Even if your tennis skills are less than beginner, you’ll get a lot out of this sweaty, speed- and agility-driven workout.