The Town Tennis Club is a members-only tennis and social club nestled within the heart of Manhattan. Home to local as well as international tennis enthusiasts, Town Tennis is a hidden gem that offers exceptional tennis and dining experiences as well as serene tranquility within the hustle and bustle of New York City.
Town Tennis has a long and distinguished history. Founded in 1954 by six-time Grand Slam champion Don Budge and his best friend, 1931 Wimbledon champion Sidney Wood, the Club reflected their passion to preserve the sport of tennis in the most populous city in America. Since then, Town Tennis has thrived as a unique tennis venue in midtown Manhattan, serving as a home away from home for countless tennis legends including Pancho Gonzales, Bill Tilden, Bobby Riggs, Arthur Ashe, Pancho Segura, Maria Bueno, Gussy Moran, Jimmy Connors, Monica Seles, Jim Courier, and Serena Williams, just to name a few.
The Club strives for excellence as it continues to serve members from around the world.