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10 Best Tennis Courts in Manila [2024]

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Tennis Court Manila

Best Tennis Court Manila
Best Tennis Court Manila

If you’re looking for a great tennis court Manila to play in, look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the 10 best tennis courts Manila, based on our expert opinion. These courts offer great facilities and an enjoyable experience for players of all levels. So whether you’re a beginner or a pro, we’ve got you covered!

The best Tennis Courts in Manila for 2024 include UP Diliman Tennis Courts, Ascott Makati Tennis Court, Philippine Marines Tennis Court, MWSS Tennis Court.

1) UP Diliman Tennis Courts

(Credit: UP Diliman Tennis Courts' Facebook)
(Credit: UP Diliman Tennis Courts’ Facebook)
Key ServiceTennis court with affordable rates
AddressUP Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Operating HoursDaily 6AM–6PM

If you’re looking to play tennis UP Diliman, they have a total of six courts—three shell and three hard. You can either rent half the court or full-court, with prices starting at P120/hour for the former and P150/hour for the latter. Please note that you will also be required to pay a guest fee (P100) if you are not already a member of the club. Walk-ins as well as non-members and beginners are always welcome! The great thing about these particular courts is their accessibility; it’s easy to find both coaches and rallying partners here.

Key Differentiators:

  • Three hard courts
  • Three shell courts
  • Available for the public

2) Ascott Makati Tennis Court

(Credit: Tripadvisor)
(Credit: Tripadvisor)
Key ServiceTennis court and basketball court in one
AddressGlorietta 4 Ayala Center, Makati, 1224 Metro Manila

The Ascott Makati Tennis Court is part of the hotel’s fitness center which has amenities such as a gym and a swimming pool. The hotel has one court and it is made of synthetic grass, which is considered a safer surface for beginners and older players because it absorbs the impact and offers good traction, preventing injuries. The court is strictly for reservations only so it’s best to give them a call to book a schedule.

Key Differentiators:

  • Synthetic grass tennis court
  • Located inside a hotel’s fitness center
  • Strictly for reservations only

3) Philippine Marines Tennis Court

(Credit: Philippine Marines Tennis Court's Google Maps)
(Credit: Philippine Marines Tennis Court’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceMilitary tennis court
AddressG2JJ+W5J, Taguig, Metro Manila

The Philippine Marines Tennis Court welcomes both beginners and civilians, similar to the Camp Aguinaldo Tennis Court. There is a P60/head fee in addition to the guest fee (P100) if you wish to use the court with lights. The recreational space consists of two indoor shell courts. For beginners, trainers are available on-site to help perfect your swing.

Key Differentiators:

  • Two indoor shell courts
  • Affordable rates
  • No membership required

Customer’s Review:

One of my favorite tennis courts in Manila. One of the few clubs wherein you can go alone then they will do the rest of the pairings.

David Ramos

4) MWSS Tennis Court

(Credit: MWSS Tennis Court's Google Maps)
(Credit: MWSS Tennis Court’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceWell-maintained tennis court
AddressMWSS Complex, 489, Katipunan Road, Balara, Quezon City, 1105 Metro Manila
Phone(02) 8922 3757

Not only will you get to learn how to play tennis at the MWSS Tennis Court, but you’ll also meet amazing people who share your enthusiasm for the game. If you’re a beginner, don’t worry – we welcome all levels of experience. In fact, we encourage more advanced players to come and join in on the fun!

Key Differentiators:

  • Two outdoor tennis courts
  • Member of the MWSS tennis club
  • A great place to meet tennis enthusiasts

Customer’s Review:

Been in MWSS last month, the place was so good and clean!

Mary Jane

5) Rancho Uno 1 Tennis Club

(Credit: Rancho Uno 1 Tennis Club's Google Maps)
(Credit: Rancho Uno 1 Tennis Club’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceTennis court available for non-members and members
AddressStallion St., Rancho Estate 1, Concepcion 2, Marikina, National Capital Region, Philippines, Marikina City, Philippines
Operating HoursDaily 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM

If you’re looking for a great place to begin your tennis journey, look no further than the Rancho Uno 1 Tennis Club. The club is open to non-members and has its own independent pool of trainers and coaches that you can easily contact via Facebook messenger. Additionally, the recreational center boasts two shell courts—one indoor and one outdoor.

Key Differentiators:

  • Two tennis courts
  • Affordable rates
  • Accommodates tennis meets

Customer’s Review:

Well-maintained court. 2 shell courts. 1 open court and my favorite 1 covered court. It preserves my healthy skin complexion. Try it.


6) Elorde Tennis Center 

(Credit: Elorde Tennis Center's Google Maps)
(Credit: Elorde Tennis Center’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceTwo shell tennis courts
AddressElorde Sports Complex, Parañaque, Philippines

The Elorde Tennis Court Manila is located within the Elorde Sports Complex, offering two shell tennis courts, atranquil swimming pool and a boxing gym—the perfect place to relieve some stress. The facility also has highly qualified in-house trainers who are experts at instructor beginners as well as helping aspiring players achieve their goals like Rafael Nadal’s helicopter forehand! The best part about this space is that you can relax and take a refreshing dip in the pool after working up a sweat on the court.

Key Differentiators:

  • Sports center with good facilities
  • Comes with a swimming pool and boxing gym
  • Trainers available for beginners

7) Camp Aguinaldo Tennis Court 

(Credit: Camp Aguinaldo Tennis Court's Google Maps)
(Credit: Camp Aguinaldo Tennis Court’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceFour shell tennis courts
AddressJ356+5RW, Quezon City, Metro Manila

The Camp Aguinaldo Tennis Court Manila has four total shell courts: two indoor and two outdoor. The primary players of the court are active and retired military officers, but beginners and civilians are always welcome. For playing matches, there is no court fee; however, there is a game fee of P100/game/head for singles match or P50/game/head for doubles on top of the guest fee (P100). No reservations are necessary, and all you have to do is go to the court and wait in line.

Key Differentiators:

  • Open to all levels of skills
  • No court fees, only game fee and guest fee
  • Active military personnel have priority playing time

8) Makati Indoor Tennis Court

(Credit: Makati Indoor Tennis Court's Google Maps)
(Credit: Makati Indoor Tennis Court’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceThree tennis courts
AddressL.P. Leviste corner Gallardo Sts., Salcedo Village Makati City Philippines, 1227
Phone(02) 817-87-31
Operating HoursMondays to Saturdays 8 AM to 5 PM
Sundays and Holidays 8 AM to 5 PM

The Makati Indoor Tennis Court, which is located in Makati Sports Club, offers tennis enthusiasts a place to hone their skills with two indoor tennis courts and one outdoor tennis court Manila. The cost per hour is P100 or P150 if you want to play with lights. You can also get group lessons for only P5,000/month for four people! Makati Sports Club is a luxurious resort located in the business district famed for its many prestigious businesses.

Key Differentiators:

  • Affordable rates
  • Group lessons available
  • Located in the business district of Makati City

9) Kerry Sports Manila

(Credit: Kerry Sports Manila's Google Maps)
(Credit: Kerry Sports Manila’s Google Maps)
Key ServiceTwo hard tennis courts
Addresslevels 5 and 6 of Shangri-La The Fort, Manila, 30th Street corner 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, 1634 Metro Manila, Philippines
Phone+63 2 8820 0888
Operating HoursDaily 6am to 10pm

After a day of hustling in the office, wouldn’t it be nice to get a dose of endorphins from a smashing sweat sesh? Kerry Sports Manila is just within BGC, so it’s easily accessible. Plus, it’s open until 9 p.m., which gives you plenty of time after work. This court is perfect both for beginners and tennis enthusiasts who need a court that could accommodate their busy schedules. The facility has two hard courts and is strictly by appointment. 

Key Differentiators:

  • Open until late night
  • Strictly by appointment
  • Located in the business district of BGC

Customer’s Review:

5 stars, fantastic facility! It has all the equipment you need plus more. Great classes, squash and tennis court Manila, plus an amazing pool to relax and do rehab in post workout. Staff was very helpful as well. Highly recommended.


10) Manila Padel Club

(Credit: Manila Padel Club)
(Credit: Manila Padel Club)
Key ServiceOutdoor social sports club with tennis courts
Address9th Avenue corner Lane R North Bonifacio District, Taguig, Metro Manila
Phone+63 917 706 0265

Manila Padel Club is a tennis court that offers one of the most unique tennis experiences in Manila. It offers an alternative to traditional tennis, as it has two padel tennis courts which are smaller and enclosed. This type of tennis game is much faster-paced and more exciting than regular tennis! The facility also boasts a restaurant where every member can dine after their workout.

Key Differentiators:

  • Two padel tennis courts
  • Fast-paced and exciting tennis game
  • Has a restaurant for members to dine after their workout

Customer’s Review:

Fun outdoor social sports club. Clean restrooms, well-ventilated.


Tennis Court Manila

There are many tennis court Manila that offer a variety of experiences for tennis enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for an indoor or outdoor court, beginner or experienced trainer, or group lessons, there is something for everyone. We hope this list helps you find the perfect tennis court Manila to fit your needs!

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