May 3, 2009 2:28pm

yannb yannb
11 posts

I looked around with Google but couldn’t find anything really good… Looking for a way to find tennis partners in Brooklyn… Thanks :)

May 3, 2009 3:34pm

susannyny susannyny
982 posts


You can try posting on’s message boards –…


May 14, 2009 6:38pm

albertog albertog
1 post

I signed up at is new, and not too many people on it yet, but it promisses to be huge, its growing fairly quick. It has all the nice features of social networking sites, and its all realted to tennis!
Maybe you can try it.

May 16, 2009 2:12pm

yannb yannb
11 posts

It does look better than the other ones I saw… I’ll check it out… Thanks!!

Mar 10, 2010 4:13pm

archibot archibot
1 post

yannb, The world’s largest and most active tennis social network (by far) is Tennisopolis. The Brooklyn tennis group has like over 300 players. Hope this helps you. Have fun and get your Daily Burn on!

Jun 15, 2010 4:33am

momento84 momento84
1 post is a new social/networking for tennis people all over the world. It is very cool because you can upload your resume, look for jobs, look for players around your area to play with, and browse tennis tips for drills, technique, ect… highly recommend this new website!

Jun 15, 2010 4:35am

qb725 qb725
1 post

wow very cool! just checked out
Very cool site for tennis fans!

Aug 30, 2010 3:28am

milogatt milogatt
1 post,
Tennis Tonic is an incredible Tennis Social Network. You can find tennis players of your area, age, level with one click and it gives all tools to organize your tennis life.
It is a new website which is really growing.
It is really amazing.

Sep 1, 2010 5:36pm

tennis_claudia tennis_claudia
1 post

Yes, I´ve checked Tennis Tonic and it looks really nice. They even send you an email to help you find a tennis partner or someone to hit with.

Sep 4, 2010 12:35pm

robbono robbono
1 post

Yep Tennis Tonic is definitely incredible in order to find a tennis partner.
Of all the Tennis Social Network I have looked around is by far the most advanced.

Sep 4, 2010 3:04pm

jenearl80 jenearl80
1 post

Hey, i recently signed upto Tennis Tonic – as a friend recommended it and its brilliant – SIGN up and start playing tennis. Find a coach, hitting partner and much much more as the sight is improving all the time. Happy Hitting :-)

Sep 8, 2010 6:19am

peterram peterram
1 post

Yes, I have seen some, but Tennis Tonic is really good.

Sep 24, 2010 7:36am

notrabajo notrabajo
1 post

The largest in Spain is You cna find players, courts, tournaments and almost everything related to tennis and paddle. It is a great asset if you live in Spain or you are travelling for holidays there.

Sep 26, 2010 12:16pm

Mariorossi Mariorossi
1 post has been quite useful also for me… It seems everybody here is on the same page…cheers

Apr 23, 2011 2:58am

royswiss royswiss
1 post

By far, the best one is a new Tennis Social Network called tennisbook365. It has amazing features and connects all players, coaches, fans, universities, and tournaments worldwide. I really enjoy the blog which is called “TennisWood”. Its like the tmz or perezhilton of tennis…very funny. Then its great to check all ATP, Challenger and Futures results and the Beach Tennis section. Anyways, you guys should check it out.

Apr 28, 2011 5:43am

tennismaniac tennismaniac
1 post

I agree with royswiss…tennisbook365 is the best tennis social network out there with the best features and design…you guys should all check it out…its growing quickly…

May 25, 2011 1:12am

jfreedman28 jfreedman28
1 post

I actually just started a new social network that is founded by the Bryan Brothers, the #1 Ranked Tennis Doubles team!

We are still getting going but we want to offer you the best news, the best interface, the most user-generated content and fun! Please sign up!!

Jul 17, 2012 12:59pm

Barbarahall112 Barbarahall112
1 post

Tennis Tonic is really good. The only problem is that when you start to use it you get a bit addicted to tennis. Great Site!

Jul 28, 2012 12:18am

wildesundays wildesundays
1 post

I’ve been playing tennis for several years and a really good site is TennisOrbit ( It’s well designed and easy to connect with players in your local area. I find other sites aren’t as localized.

Feb 2, 2013 9:17pm

10splayer 10splayer
1 post

I’ve been using ( Lots of great tools for finding people to play with. Uses geo-location for player matching… They have an iPhone app coming out soon also.

Mar 25, 2013 2:21pm

EthanSoft EthanSoft
1 post

You can find local tennis players for friendly matches or join some local tennis leagues on

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