Welcome

to Play to Learn Tennis

Stay healthy through the U.S. Tennis Association’s popular Hawaii tennis lessons program! As a lifelong sport, tennis promotes a healthy and fun lifestyle for players of all ages. It helps to build stronger bones, burn calories & lower the risk of heart disease. Our tennis classes provide opportunities for you to foster friendships, both on and off the court. Try tennis and see the benefits for yourself today!

Youth and Adult classes Available Year-Round
Open to the general public
22+ sites across HAWAII
Beginner to Advanced classes + Drills
Loaner racquets and balls provided

Family Time on the Courts

Tennis is an exciting sport that your whole family can enjoy together. No matter where you are in age or skill level, tennis is fun for all! Sign up for Hawaii tennis lessons today!

Testimonials

My instructors were fabulous. Their attitude, level of intensity, variety of drills, and ability to teach were spot on. They keep me coming back.


Bernadette T., Participant

As someone who never played tennis for most of my life, I just love the Play to Learn Tennis Program. I have learned a lot, and have come a long way. The instructors are just wonderful!


Patti F., Participant

Our family enjoyed this program and appreciate our coach a lot. The cost is amazingly inexpensive! I recommend this program to everyone.

Thank you!Carla P., Participant

I like this program because it introduces the children to the sport in a less stressful setting surrounded by their peers. Thank you!


Alexandra S., Mom

Mahalo for these programs! I have been able to learn new skills that enable me to meet more people through tennis. These classes are a lifeline for me.


Jodie K., Participant

The coaches teach my kids not only how to hit a tennis ball, but also how to be fair, and to be a good sport and supportive teammate. These lessons and values extend beyond the tennis courts, and into life lessons that reinforce what we are trying to teach our kids.

Thank you!Jennifer S., Mom

My son really enjoys his classes. He wishes he started earlier!


Neal M., Dad