Getaways Where you can Play Tennis on Your Own Court

You may not be able to go to the US Open or any of the Grand Slams this year, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a fabulous tennis getaway during the much anticipated grand slams, even if you aren’t at Flushing Meadows.

The way we Get Away has Changed

One thing remains constant. Playing tennis and other racquet sports are ways to escape that you can enjoy close to home or far away.

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Take center court at a Vacation Destination

Enjoy a holiday where you and play your heart out. Afterward, you can cozy up near a screen and watch the top tennis players in the world play the game.

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Tennis Destinations where you can have a Court of Your Own

In Florida, Washington State, California, Florida and even Costa Rica. To play on as you please, or if you prefer a tennis themed destination.

Best Tennis Getaways Just in Time for the U.S. Open | Vacasa

This month, tennis pros are gearing up for the final grand slam of the season-so why not close out your summer (or plan for down the line) by booking a house with a private tennis court? You can practice your volley and backswing in the morning, and be lounging (potentially poolside) by the afternoon.

vacasa-Casa Cres in El Roble_Costa Rica

Best Tennis Getaways Just in Time for the U.S. Open | Vacasa

This month, tennis pros are gearing up for the final grand slam of the season-so why not close out your summer (or plan for down the line) by booking a house with a private tennis court? You can practice your volley and backswing in the morning, and be lounging (potentially poolside) by the afternoon.

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