TENNIS

The Meadow Courts

Four courts for year-round tennis fun.
Two upper courts are lighted for evening play.

Reservations

Court time and lessons are managed through Topdog sports. Create an account to get started.

Lessons

Private and group lessons are taught by our tennis pros for adults and children of all ages.

Socials

Organized social scrambles on Friday evenings in the summer and weekends year round.

Junior Tennis

We believe all members should have the opportunity to play this wonderful sport of a lifetime. We stress the importance of always trying your best, being a great sport, and most importantly HAVING FUN! We provide year-round group and private instruction to juniors of all ages. For players ready for and interested in competitive play, we participate in a variety of local leagues and tournaments.

Junior Clinics

Junior clinics are coordinated by age and ability. Newcomers to tennis will participate in our QuickStart 10-and-Under tennis program. Juniors will learn tennis fundamentals, rally and master play in a way that is fun and rewarding.

Performance-Prep Program

Players in “Performance Prep” are beginning to participate in competitive play. They can rally, serve and score games and matches. They are beginning to learn match strategy.

Performance Program

For competitive juniors aspiring to play tournaments and high school tennis, this is a great stepping-stone. Our year-round program includes intense drilling, conditioning, strategy, and match play. Players are competition-ready and compete in Diablo Valley Jr. Team Tennis, USPTA, and USTA tournaments.

Junior Quickstart Program

Junior beginner clinics are coordinated year-round by age group and teach tennis fundamentals and stroke development.

Red Ball: LEARN
Starting on a 36-foot court with a smaller net and large soft balls, we introduce players to the game and teach the basic FUNdamentals. Learn proper grip, preparation, and swing path, as well as basic footwork patterns and stances. Develop shot consistency, placement, and control with beginning rallying.
Orange Ball: DEVELOP
Moving to a 60-foot court with a softer regulation size ball, players learn more advance stroke technique while starting to cover more court. Begin to develop rally patterns and placement. Learn to hit with more spin, power, and control.
Green Ball: LEARN
Players use the green dot ball and move to a full-size court. The green dot ball bounces slightly slower and lower than the regulation ball, making it easier to rally as match play begins. Refine stroke technique and movement skills to properly cover a full-sized court. Develop a higher level of spin, pace and control.

Adult Tennis Program

We offer an exciting adult tennis program at Meadow ranging from beginner to advanced players. We strive for the perfect combination of good sport with good social vibes. Meadow organizes several adult USTA teams that compete against other local clubs.

Have Questions?

Visit our Topdog tennis website or email our tennis chair.

Coaching Staff

A team of dedicated tennis pros lead the Meadow tennis program.

Lynne Rolley
Tennis Director

With over 40 years of teaching and coaching expertise at every level, Lynne has been Director of Tennis at Berkeley Tennis Club, Sleepy Hollow Tennis Club and Moraga Country Club; Director of Women’s Tennis for the United States; coached the Fed Cup, Pan Am Games and National Teams; and was named PTR National Coach of the year. Most recently, she served as the Director of Tennis at La Quinta Resort and PGA WEST, consistently ranked one of the top tennis resorts in the United States.

In her early years, she was the first woman to coach a men’s collegiate tennis at St. Mary’s College. Ranked in the top ten as a junior player in the USTA, Lynne is a certified PTR and USPTA Elite Pro 1, member of the ITF International Coaches Commission and 2008 inductee into the Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame. Lynne spent many years coaching top players such as Lindsay Davenport and Jennifer Capriati. She is a renowned speaker and writer for Tennis magazine as well as many other publications; Lynne also appeared on the Tennis Channel with her own academy show. Lynne is a Lamorinda native and looks forward to moving back to our community.