You’re sure to fall in love with these 90210 tennis clubs
As tennis continues to surge in popularity in the United States, a growing number of people are looking for private clubs where they can practice their new skills and meet other tennis lovers. If you’re looking for a tennis club in or near Beverly Hills, consider this list your go-to guide for figuring out how much an initiation will cost, what types of amenities are available, and which celebrities you might rub elbows with while there.
Beverly Hills Tennis Club
Founded in 1929, the Beverly Hills Tennis Club
has long attracted Hollywood heavy-hitters like Justin Timberlake, ICM Partners’ Ted Chervin and Chris Silbermann, and producers Tucker Tooley and Bill Block. If you’re hoping to play a game of tennis with one of these entertainment legends (or at least get in a bit of practice with a friend), the initiation fee will set you back around $20,000. The club consists of five courts, a swimming pool, and a restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch.
Brentwood Country Club
Dating back to 1941 and functioning as both a golf and tennis club, Brentwood Country Club
has long been a popular gathering spot for Angelenos. Tennis lovers will need to either pay the $200,000 initiation fee or be invited by friends who are already members. While the price may seem steep at first glance, the club’s understated footprint is a major draw for high-profile individuals who prize privacy. Members can rest assured that they will be in good company: Reese Witherspoon, Jamie Lee Curtis, and a host of other celebrities have memberships at Brentwood Country Club. The club’s six hard courts are positioned between the clubhouse and the driving range, making it easy for players to start a new game at a moment’s notice.
Los Angeles Tennis Club
Located around 15 minutes from Beverly Hills in the trendy Hancock Park neighborhood, the Los Angeles Tennis Club is a private-equity tennis club with an old-fashioned Hollywood vibe. Established in 1920, the club boasts a clubhouse, gym, bar, and swimming pool. Tennis players will be drawn to the tennis courts, where they can play a leisurely or competitive match (or perhaps even spot fellow club members like Matt Bomer, Simon Halls, and Anne Heche).
Of course, you can always look for a home with a private tennis court so you can play anytime. If you’re house hunting in the Beverly Hills area, contact Rochelle Maize
to learn more about the real estate market. With years of experience as a real estate agent selling homes in Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, and Bel Air, Rochelle can help you find a house that matches your style and needs.