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Public tennis courts in Singapore

Four top-notch tennis courts where you can ace your game

Kallang Tennis Centre

Be spoilt for choice court-wise at Kallang Tennis Centre, the biggest public tennis centre in Singapore and home to 14 courts. Set in the heart of the Singapore Sports Hub, it’s also the designated training venue for the national and youth teams – now we know why it’s in tip-top condition. Be the first to catch our rising sporting talents in action at the Singapore National Games 2016 or catch the young ones refining their game at the WTA Future Stars Tournament – who knows, you might even spot the future champions of our courts.

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Kallang

Senja-Cashew Community Club

Senja-Cashew Community Club is the tennis spot for heartlanders. As the first fully integrated community club and sports complex, it is equipped with facilities such as an eight-lane swimming pool, gymnasium, and a multi-purpose sports hall to cater to a wide variety of sports activities. Take a dip in the infinity pool or jacuzzi after an invigorating game of tennis for a well-deserved wind-down sesh.

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Bukit Panjang

MBPSPORTS at Marina Tennis Centre

Hold court amid panoramic 360° views of Singapore’s CBD on the rooftop of Marina Square shopping mall. Although open 365 days a year, advanced bookings are recommended as the tennis facility offers just two international standard hard courts that are a hit with guests of neighbouring hotels. Pro tip: make use of the facilities and take your pick of coaching options or group Pump Tennis fitness workouts. 

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City Hall
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Jurong Country Club

For all you West-siders, head over to Jurong Country Club – a former nine-hole golf course that’s now a premier sports hub with eight tennis courts and two practice walls. Jurong Country Club boasts sporting and recreational facilities such as an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a state-of-the-art gym. In addition to hosting regular tennis tournaments, the club also offers a range of tennis coaching programmes.

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Jurong East

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