Topeka Southwest
2909 SW 37th St Topeka KS 66614
Today's Hours: 4:30 am - 11:00 pm
Topeka Southwest Tennis
Topeka SW Indoor Tennis
Topeka Southwest Tennis
Topeka Southwest Tennis

Topeka Southwest Tennis

Tennis Lessons for all Ages and Skill Levels

Genesis Topeka Southwest offers a world class tennis facility with six indoor courts and 3 outdoor courts in Topeka. We offer a variety of programs and tennis lessons for players of all ages and skill levels. If you're just starting, try your first FREE lesson or jump into one of our beginner clinics, hone your skills with a private lesson, tune up for league play with a doubles drill or get your kids moving with our youth group lessons! Come experience our high class coaching with adult competitive situational drills or our Challengers program for the competitive middle/high school player. Contact the front desk staff to sign up or reserve a court now!



Have your tennis shoes been calling your name? Get your FREE 30 minute lesson with one of our certified tennis professionals at Genesis Topeka Southwest and we’ll help you jump right into the best tennis classes for you! In this private lesson we’ll get you moving and hitting, provide some tips on technique and strategy, introduce you to the facility and our programs, and recommend the classes that fit your tennis game and goals. Use the form to the left to schedule your lesson today! We’ll see you on the court!


Private Lesson Rates

Tennis Court Rates

Monday - Friday 1 hour
4:30 am - 4:00 pm $17
4:00 pm - 11:00 pm $24
Saturday and Sunday 1 hour
All Day $24


Tennis Tip

The Non-Hitter: the biggest role on the court

The non-hitter (for example the returner's partner) has the biggest role on court. They have to be ready to defend the middle against their net players volleys or overheads if the return doesn't go cross court or deep and yet has to be ready to transition to dominate the net if it does go cross-court or deep. The same is true for the server's partner. When the serve is struck the server's partner has to be ready to cover the line and pick off shots floating in the middle. If the return goes over their head or cross court away the serve partner then has to be ready to defend the middle as the return team takes over the net. The non-hitter has to be ready to see the court quickly, be dynamic and ready to move, and process many variables. The rule of thumb is that non-hitter has to cover the most court since the hitter is hitting and/or recovering from hitting.

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