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Portland Tennis Center (PTC)
324 NE 12th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97232 | 503-823-3190
Monday - Friday, 6:45 am-9:45pm
Saturday - Sunday, 8:00 am-8:30 pm
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St. Johns Racquet Center (SJRC)
7519 N Burlington Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97203 | 503-823-3629 | firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Johns Racquet Center is the home of Portland Tennis & Education (PT&E). PT&E is a non-profit organization that offers one-on-one tutoring, group tennis instruction, life skills instruction, and parent advocacy and training to K-12th grade participants in our year-round program. We are dedicated to the academic success and lifelong health of Portland’s underserved youth, supporting them in becoming well-rounded learners, exceptional athletes, and global citizens.
In October 2012, Portland Tennis & Education acquired SJRC in a lease with the City of Portland. Every time you play at SJRC you are "playing a point" for our Scholar Athletes. All of the revenue generated by the SJRC is invested in programming for our Scholar Athletes and used to support our mission of making tennis and education accessible for underserved youth in Portland.
Reserve a St. Johns Racquet Center court online
Outdoor Court Permit
Portland Parks & Recreation maintains a variety of sports fields - tennis, soccer, football, baseball, and softball - throughout the city. PP&R also issues permits for Portland Public School District fields. Applications for field permits are processed and issued continually throughout the year. Call the Customer Service Center at 503-823-2525 for more info.
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- All outdoor tennis courts are open daily, except when under construction or repair, or when reserved for tournaments or special events.
- Players must wear non-marking soled shoes on tennis courts.
- A maximum of six (6) balls may be used on each court.
- All Portland Parks & Recreation Tennis Courts are subject to City of Portland ordinances, charter code, and policies.
World Team Tennis
World Team Tennis (WTT) is a summer coed league that uses 16 tennis sites throughout the city. The season starts in late May and runs through late August. Portland WTT consists of co-ed teams competing in six sets - men's and women's doubles, men's and women's singles and mixed doubles. Total games won from all sets determines the winner. Substitutions and coaching are allowed during the match.
- A team must have a minimum of four players (two men and two women) and are allowed a maximum of 16 players.
- Adults (18 and over) may participate.
- Portland WTT offers 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, and 4.5+ divisions. To determine team rating, refer to gptenniscouncil.org.
- Cost: $375 for 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 teams. $275 for 4.5+ teams.
- Winning teams advance to the WTT National Qualifiers. Your team is eligible to participate in a NQ for up to one year from the end date of your league.
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Greater Portland City League Tennis
Looking for some friendly competition? Enjoy being on a team? Greater Portland City League Tennis is just what you need! We offer women the opportunity to enjoy social but competitive tennis through the cooperation and assistance of tennis facilities throughout Portland. Greater Portland City League Tennis is an exciting organization that brings women together for food, fun, socializing, and competition for their tennis game!
Greater Portland City League Tennis teams are formed at each of the participating tennis facilities with teams at every level of ability. All matches are played indoors either on Tuesday or Wednesday during the day. Match play begins in September, concluding in May with awards and prizes for winning teams.
Currently PTC hosts teams playing in the A, C, F, and H divisions.