Adult Clinics

Weekly group classes for all playing levels, which focus on tennis fundamentals and technique through various instructional drills. Classes meet on the same day & time each week, with weekday, weeknight and weekend time options available. During the Fall, Winter and Spring, we offer three 8-Week Sessions. For information email

Drill and Play

For Low Intermediate, Intermediate & Advanced Adult Players, this popular two hour program is offered Early Mornings, Evenings & Weekends at both Sutton East and Yorkville. The two-hour sessions offer 1 Hour Fast-Paced Drills, followed by 1 Hour Doubles Play.

Cardio Tennis

Offered at both Sutton East & Vanderbilt, Cardio Tennis is one hour of fast-paced tennis drills for a fun cardio workout - an excellent supplement to your regular tennis programs. This course is designed for all levels of players that are active and do not need instruction in order to get through typical drills.

Adult Match Play

2 Hours of Doubles Play for Levels 3.5 and up. Sutton East Pro arranges several rounds of matches. Offered Wednesday and Friday 11 am-1 pm, Wednesday 9-11 pm, Friday 7-9 pm and Sunday 6-8 pm.

Evening League

Levels 4.0-5.0+ / Weekly Singles Play, Mondays & Tuesdays 9-11 pm, for Advanced Players. 34-Week Full League Membership runs September 17 - May 23.  There is also a "part-time" 12-Week option.  Full League Members get free practice time / court rental on weekends 7-11 pm.

USTA Tournaments


Private and Semi-Private Lessons

One of the most popular options at Sutton East Tennis Club is private lessons.  Whether you are an experienced player who is looking for an excellent hitting partner or a complete beginner simply trying to be introduced to the game in a comfortable environment, we have a pro that will suit your needs.

Corporate or Private Special Events

Sutton East has a comfortable viewing deck and plenty of space to host events of all types.  Whether it be a child's birthday party or a corporate outing we have your tennis needs covered.


Next Steps...

Why not try to play tennis?  It's fun to hit little yellow balls with a racket.  It's probably not as easy as Federer makes it look but you'll get something out of it if you give it a chance.