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Hi r/Brooklyn. I'm wondering if people know of tennis courts/places with walls to practice tennis on. I've had luck at a few handball courts but don't know of any other than the ones at McCarren Park.
COVID-19 Update: The Tennis Center is open with safety precautions in place to protect the health of our patrons and staff. Learn more about our health and safety guidelines. The Prospect Park Tennis Center is one of Brooklyn’s most popular tennis destinations.
50 Parkside Avenue. 718-436-2500. The Prospect Park tennis center is Brooklyn’s answer to Central Park. The 11 courts are a combination of Har-Tru and hard courts. The Har-Tru surface holds up better under the elements, and is softer on the knees. These courts also prolong rallies because they dull the pace of the ball.
Indoor. (718) 264-2600. 16. Note: Lessons offered. During the indoor season (October 19-May 6), 11 courts are available to rent for a fee. During the outdoor season, 14 courts are available for Parks tennis permit holders. For booking courts and program information please call or visit Alley Pond Tennis Center's website. Cunningham Tennis Center.
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I live in Ft. Greene right near Brooklyn Academy of Music. And I need to play tennis, against a wall if need be. A friend of mine works at Pratt and we play on their indoor courts, which is great but he's not always around. And if anyone else has access to courts for some amazing reason and wants to play, please let me know. I'm a decent player.
Tennis hit-up walls. Whether you want to sharpen your shots for your next match or just have some fun, our tennis hit-up walls are great for all ages and skill levels. Find a free hit-up wall at: Booran Road Reserve, corner of Booran Road and Glen Huntly Road, Glen Huntly; Caulfield Park, corner of Hawthorn Road and Balaclava Road, Caulfield North
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One-wall handball was being played on Brooklyn‘s Manhattan Beach by 1917. (NY Historical Society) The single-wall style most popular today was first developed by Coney Island beach-goers who used their bare hands to slap old tennis balls against the wooden jetties lining the shore. In the 1930s FDR’s Works Progress Administration erected ...