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RVR Tennis

River Valley Ranch boasts one of the finest tennis facilities and programs in the Roaring Fork Valley. Our five Har-Tru courts are immaculately maintained and our two hard courts are available for those who prefer that surface.

The RVR tennis community is a lively, tennis-passionate group of all ability levels. You're sure to find many fun and challenging tennis partners here.

Our experienced and creative teaching staff help members bring out the best in their game and develop a life-long passion for the sport of tennis.They offer programming to meet the needs of young and older, beginner and experienced, competitive and social players.

From private instruction to group clinics to social events to challenge ladders, the tennis programming at River Valley Ranch is the best in the Valley!

Sign up for your 2017 Tennis Membership today by submitting the Membership Form and the RVRMA Waiver.

Contact Tennis Director, Cristina Sirianni with programming questions at rvrtennis@rvrcommunity.com or 963-6300 ext. 315.

Contact Member Services Director, Brenda Boas with membership questions at memberservices@rvrcommunity.com or 963-6300 ext. 307.

To reserve a court or sign up for a clinic, visit our tennis booking website at rivervalleyranch.tennisbookings.com.

 

Madison Keys' eyes were clear and steely last week in Stanford, California, at the Bank of the West Classic, where she overpowered a succession of opponents with that walloping serve and aggressive forehand to win her first title on U.S. soil. It was just in the nick of time. Read more >
Stan Wawrinka will not defend his US Open title after confirming he will miss the rest of the 2017 season because of an injury.Switzerland's Wawrinka, 32, announced via his official Facebook page that he underwent knee surgery and will not return until 2018. Read more >
LONDON -- When Garbine Muguruza walked off Centre Court two years ago after losing to Serena Williams 6-4, 6-4 in her first Grand Slam final, she did so in tears.  Read more >
LONDON -- He keeps rocketing farther into the tennis firmament. Keeps pushing the boundaries past what was previously thought possible in his sport.  Read more >
The weather is changing and we are getting into some rainy days so we want to make sure you are aware of the RVR tennis policy.


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The kids camp week in July is coming up! The camp will start On Monday, July 17th and will run through Friday, July 21st. The kids camps are for all ages. We do a segment of fitness followed by techniques and games Read more >
LONDON -- Just when it seemed like Nick Kyrgios' mind might have been morphing into adulthood, his body let him down. Having suggested he could win the title despite arriving at Wimbledon 50-60 percent fit, the Australian retired from his opening match at Wimbledon with a sore hip.  Read more >
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Tennis star Venus Williams caused a car crash earlier this month that led to the death of a passenger in another vehicle, according to a police report released Thursday. Palm Beach Gardens police say witnesses told investigators that Williams ran a red light in her 2010 Toyota Sequoia SUV, causing a June 9 crash that injured 78-year-old Jerome Barson, who died two weeks later.  Read more >
ROME — Andre Agassi will be Novak Djokovic’s coach at the French Open, Djokovic announced on Sunday.
Agassi, 47, who won eight Grand Slam titles but has never coached before, has largely stayed away from the tour since his retirement in 2006, though he has occasionally played in exhibition events with other retired players.
The pairing was first reported during the local broadcast of the Italian Open final, which  Read more >
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