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Fox Cities Racquet Club is the Valley’s only tennis-exclusive club.  If you love tennis, this is the home for you.  We offer memberships for juniors, adults, and entire families.  Check out our membership benefits and options or come in to see us today!

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Junior Programs

At Fox Cities Racquet Club our staff will work with you to find the best group for your child. Please check out our current group lessons and let us know if you have any questions on groups, private lessons, or leagues for your child.

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Adult Programs

We offer drill groups for beginners up to strong 4.0 players, as well as private groups and individual lessons for all ability levels.  Our leagues are also a great way to ensure regular matches.  Please see our Adult League page for more information.

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We are hosting sub-sectionals for boys high school tennis today. No courts/lessons/leagues until at least 3:00pm. All are welcome to attend. Ladies, college graduate and bachelor Jared P. is here. ... See MoreSee Less

23 hours ago

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We are closed today and tomorrow in observance of Memorial Day. We are open again Tuesday but all courts are used for boys high school sub/sectionals until about 3:00pm. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

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Congratulations to two FCRC alumni! Jared Gamm and Alexandra Suprise both recently graduated from Marquette Law School. ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

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A quick shout-out to FCRC pro Dural Morris. Dural played in the USPTA National Clay Court Championships in Ft. Meyers, Florida this weekend. He made it to the singles quarterfinals where he lost to the #3 seed. He also made it to the semifinals in doubles where they lost to the #1 seed. Good job, Coach Dural! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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The deadline for Junior USTA Team Tennis (summer) is approaching (May 9th). Please see Mark at the club if you are interested. Here is the basic info: Match Play Each team match will consist of the following: 1 Boys Singles 1 Girls Singles 2 Mixed Doubles 1 Boy Doubles 1 Girls Doubles Scoring One 6 game pro-set of no-ad scoring with a 12-point tie-breaker when games are 5-5 (first team to 7 points, must win by 2). The team that wins the most games wins the overall team match. Tentative Sites* 12’s and Under Beginners / Interm. Tuesdays Site to be determined 14 and Under Intermediate Tuesdays South View Park, Neenah 18 and Under Intermediate Wednesdays South View Park, Neenah 18 and Under Advanced Wednesdays Neenah High School *Sites may change or additional sites may be added as numbers require Times Two team matches can be scheduled per play day. Matches will be played at 1:00pm and 2:30pm and should be completed around 4:00pm. A complete schedule will be sent to you once the number of participating teams has been determined. Cost All players must be members of the USTA. A 1 year USTA membership fee is $20.00 payable to the USTA. Players can easily become USTA members by going to the website: www.usta.com/membership. The local league fee for participation in USTA Jr. Team Tennis is $35.00 per player. Dates of Play For 12 Beginners/Intermediates (Tuesdays): June 16, 23, 30, July 7, and 14. 14s Intermediate (Tuesdays): June 16, 23, 30, July 7, and 14. For 18 and Under Intermediate (Wednesdays): June 17, 24, July 1, 8 and 15. 18 and Under Advanced will play on (Wednesdays) June 17, 24, July 1, 8 and 15. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Congratulations to Nathan Gehrke (left, 2nd place) and Mihir Uberoi (right, Champion) for a great job today at our Junior Compass Tournament! Every player played 4 or 5 matches (6-game pro-set) and survived! ... See MoreSee Less

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