TOURNAMENTS

The Seattle Tennis Club sits on roughly eight acres offering 19 tennis courts, including 6 indoor and 3 clay courts. The tradition of an all-white dress code for tennis is still in practice today. The Club also offers a fitness center, squash courts, pickleball, dining rooms, banquet facilities, pool, beachfront, boathouse and Pro Shop. The Washington State Open, the most prestigious tennis tournament in the state, has been hosted here annually for the past 125 years. Click here for GameTime.
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BANQUETS & CATERING

Discreetly located in the charming neighborhood of Madison Park, the picturesque Seattle Tennis Club is nestled on the shores of Lake Washington, boasting panoramic views of the Cascade Mountain Range and Mt Rainier. Our unique venue has a style and grace that reflects the tranquil beauty of the Northwest. Since 1890, elegant and unforgettable occasions have been hosted here in the timeless tradition of cultivated taste, offering unrivaled service and exceptional cuisine.
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PRO SHOP

The Pro Shop offers a vast selection of tennis, athletic, resort and lifestyle apparel for men, women and kids. Choose from a huge selection of tennis racquets, athletic shoes, STC branded clothing, all from top brand names like Nike, Adidas, Wilson, Lacoste, Patagonia and more. Friendly service, quality merchandise and great deals on everything tennis. More than just a store, it's a part of the Madison Park community culture. Come on in and ask about our price match guarantee!
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CLUB HISTORY

In 1890, the Olympic Tennis Club was founded at the northwest corner of Madison Street and Minor Avenue on First Hill. The name was formally changed from Olympic Tennis Club to Seattle Tennis Club in 1896. Interest in tennis grew over the next few years and became a staple activity for many of the city’s prominent citizens. By 1919, the growing membership obtained the Firloch Canoe Club grounds on the shore of Lake Washington in Madison Park, where the Club still stands today.
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