What we're about

Are you someone who likes playing tennis and having an awesome time in general? Then this group is for you! We play singles and doubles tennis, both socially and competitively! When we're not playing tennis, we love organizing other activities such as happy hours, hiking, get togethers, and other urban and outdoor adventures in general! Sound like a good time? Then join in on the fun, and help us come up with new ways to enjoy our time here in the great location that is Washington DC!

Upcoming events (5+)

Tuesday Tennis at Bluemont with Jason!

Bluemont Park Tennis Court

Hello and welcome to Tuesday Night Tennis! Please take a moment to review the RSVP Guidelines for the 2019 season: NO SHOWS: No Shows and Late Cancels prevent other members from playing and create organizing difficulties for the host. If you cannot attend a Meetup, please change your RSVP to No not later than 2 hours before start time. Attendees who are 30 minutes late or RSVP less than 2 hours before start are marked as a No Show and will be contacted by the host/organizer. Meetup event comments do not change your RSVP. MINIMUM 3.0 LEVEL OF PLAY: Meetups are for players who can maintain doubles games, participate in drills, and know the rules and scoring of tennis. This is equivalent to a USTA 3.0 rating level (or higher). If you are not sure of your rating, please check the USTA guidelines prior to signing up for the Meetup: https://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/ExperiencedGuidelines_02142011_V2pdf.pdf BE A CONTRIBUTOR!: Contributions to What’s the Racket go towards the fees that Meetup charges to operate this group, tennis balls for group contributors, and occasional special events. All group organizers and hosts are volunteers. NON-CONTRIBUTORS: Group members who have not contributed to What’s the Racket should bring a can of tennis balls to each Meetup. If you have any questions, please feel free to drop the group organizers a message. Looking forward to a great 2019 season- see you on the courts!

Thursday Night Tennis at Wakefield with David!

Wakefield High School

Hello and welcome to Thursday Night Tennis! Please take a moment to review the RSVP Guidelines for the 2019 season: NO SHOWS: No Shows and Late Cancels prevent other members from playing and create organizing difficulties for the host. If you cannot attend a Meetup, please change your RSVP to No not later than 2 hours before start time. Attendees who are 30 minutes late or RSVP less than 2 hours before start are marked as a No Show and will be contacted by the host/organizer. Meetup event comments do not change your RSVP. MINIMUM 3.0 LEVEL OF PLAY: Meetups are for players who can maintain doubles games, participate in drills, and know the rules and scoring of tennis. This is equivalent to a USTA 3.0 rating level (or higher). If you are not sure of your rating, please check the USTA guidelines prior to signing up for the Meetup: https://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/ExperiencedGuidelines_02142011_V2pdf.pdf. BE A CONTRIBUTOR!: Contributions to What’s the Racket go towards the fees that Meetup charges to operate this group, tennis balls for group contributors, and occasional special events. All group organizers and hosts are volunteers. NON-CONTRIBUTORS: Group members who have not contributed to What’s the Racket should bring a can of tennis balls to each Meetup. If you have any questions, please feel free to drop the group organizers a message. Looking forward to a great 2019 season- see you on the courts!

Friday Night Tennis at Wakefield with Ben!

Wakefield High School

Hello and welcome to Friday Night Tennis! Please take a moment to review the RSVP Guidelines for the 2019 season: NO SHOWS: No Shows and Late Cancels prevent other members from playing and create organizing difficulties for the host. If you cannot attend a Meetup, please change your RSVP to No not later than 2 hours before start time. Attendees who are 30 minutes late or RSVP less than 2 hours before start are marked as a No Show and will be contacted by the host/organizer. Meetup event comments do not change your RSVP. MINIMUM 3.0 LEVEL OF PLAY: Meetups are for players who can maintain doubles games, participate in drills, and know the rules and scoring of tennis. This is equivalent to a USTA 3.0 rating level (or higher). If you are not sure of your rating, please check the USTA guidelines prior to signing up for the Meetup: https://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/ExperiencedGuidelines_02142011_V2pdf.pdf. BE A CONTRIBUTOR!: Contributions to What’s the Racket go towards the fees that Meetup charges to operate this group, tennis balls for group contributors, and occasional special events. All group organizers and hosts are volunteers. NON-CONTRIBUTORS: Group members who have not contributed to What’s the Racket should bring a can of tennis balls to each Meetup. If you have any questions, please feel free to drop the group organizers a message. Looking forward to a great 2019 season- see you on the courts!

Belinda's Weekly Saturday Meetup at Turkey Thicket!

Turkey Thicket Recreation Center

Hello and welcome to Saturday Morning Tennis! Please take a moment to review the RSVP Guidelines for the 2019 season: NO SHOWS: No Shows and Late Cancels prevent other members from playing and create organizing difficulties for the host. If you cannot attend a Meetup, please change your RSVP to No not later than 2 hours before start time. Attendees who are 30 minutes late or RSVP less than 2 hours before start are marked as a No Show and will be contacted by the host/organizer. Meetup event comments do not change your RSVP. MINIMUM 3.0 LEVEL OF PLAY: Meetups are for players who can maintain doubles games, participate in drills, and know the rules and scoring of tennis. This is equivalent to a USTA 3.0 rating level (or higher). If you are not sure of your rating, please check the USTA guidelines prior to signing up for the Meetup: https://assets.usta.com/assets/1/15/ExperiencedGuidelines_02142011_V2pdf.pdf BE A CONTRIBUTOR!: Contributions ($20 recommended) to What’s the Racket go towards the fees that Meetup charges to operate this group, tennis balls for group contributors, and occasional special events. All group organizers and hosts are volunteers. NON-CONTRIBUTORS: Group members who have not contributed to What’s the Racket should bring a can of tennis balls to each Meetup. If you have any questions, please feel free to drop the group organizers a message. Looking forward to a great 2019 season- see you on the courts!

Past events (762)

Pop Up: Thursday Night Tennis at Wakefield

Wakefield High School

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