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All Levels Are Welcome

Spring Cardio Tennis Registration OPEN

Want to get in shape while playing tennis? Cardio Tennis is a great way to burn calories, build endurance and work those muscles! All levels are welcome – AND IT’S FREE!

March 3, 17 & 24 at Noble Park Tennis Courts

Session 1: 3:00-4:00PM

Session 2: 4:15-5:15PM

Attention Beginner Adult Players! Your time has come…spring Tennis Apprentice 1 and 2 is starting in April. Click on the button below to learn more about Tennis Apprentice and register.

Eclipse Celebration Event

Join Paducah Tennis Association and Paducah Parks and Recreation in celebrating the total eclipse on April 8, 2024 at Noble Park Tennis Courts. All ages are invited to view the eclipse at approximately 12:48pm.  Bring a picnic, watch the eclipse and stay for some fun games! Viewing glasses will be provided (limited amount so get theire early!)

Later in the day, players 14 and up are invited to come to our Total Eclipse of the Tennis Court Mixer from 6-8pm.  The event is free, but we ask that you please bring a food donation for Paducah Cooperative Ministries. To register, please go here.

Come celebrate love, beautiful weather and tennis!

All levels are welcomed to attend our Valentine’s Tennis Mixer on Saturday, February 10, 2024.  No need to bring your doubles partner – we make tennis matches all the time.

Please bring a can of balls to donate and your cash for a 50/50 raffle (all proceeds will go to American Heart Association)!

See you on the courts!







Cabin Fever Breakout Junior Tournament

This fun one-day tournament is designed for junior players ages 5-11. The tournament is divided into two divisions by age with different balls used for each.  The size of the court is also different for the two groups; red ball courts are about half the size of an adult court whereas orange ball courts are nine feet shorter than an adult court.

In between the two divisions will be a pizza party for all participants!

We need parent volunteers to help players with scoring and the rules of the game! If you are interested, please contact us at paducahtennisassociation@gmail.com.

Red balls are for players 5-7 and are soft, spongy balls designed to be hit hard but not fly! Designed to be gentle on little wrists, red balls are a great way to learn control when first starting tennis.

Orange balls resemble ‘regular’ tennis balls much more.  They are softer and don’t go as far as the standard yellow ball when hit.  Designed for the older beginner, orange balls provide the right combination of soft hitting and bounciness to help 8-11 year olds improve their game.