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. Over the past few years, we have worked to resurface and improve 14 of the 16 courts

 

The Reno Tennis Center is the largest tennis complex in northern Nevada, composed of 16 tennis courts. The Center provides for kids throughout the year, as well as junior tournaments and other events to promote the growth of junior tennis.

Help Tennis Nation Racquet Sports, the City of Reno, and TMPF bring these courts back to a playable standard.

 

Send your checks to:

TMPF: Reno Tennis Courts

50 Cowan Dr.

Reno, NV 89509

The tennis courts, before Phase I

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Resurfacing during Phase I construction

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Children enjoying the new courts!

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The tennis courts, before Phase I

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Reno Tennis Center is managed by Tennis Nation Racquet Sports

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COMPLETE

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IN PROGRESS

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IN PROGRESS

PHASE I  

  • Two inches of asphalt overlay on two courts

  • Two coats of paint and line striping

  • Four courts repainted 

  • New posts and nets

PHASE 2

  • Two inches of asphalt overlay on four courts

  • Two coats of paint and line striping 

  • New posts and nets

PHASE 3

  • Two inches of asphalt overlay on remaining two courts

  • Two coats of paint and line striping

  • New posts and nets

PHASE 4 

  • Resurface courts 15 & 16 into six Pickleball courts

  • Crack repair

  • Six new heavy duty portable nets

Thank you to the following foundations and individuals for their generous contributions:

 

Charles N. Mathewson Foundation, Jack Van Sickle Foundation, Stephen and Elizabeth Morro, Biggest Little Tennis Association, Herb and Patricia Beck, Ann H. Brady, Ward W. Chilton, Mariam Ali Chilton, Joseph and Sheila Erlach, Charles Lilley, CK McArthur, Stephen and Elizabeth Morro, Gary and Sher Muhonen, John and Betty Stanko, and Sherri Elcano

The Fine Print:
As fiscal sponsor, TMPF receives an administrative fee of 1% of the total amount raised plus $1.00 per transaction. Please contact TMPF for more details on this fiscal sponsorship agreement.