Welcome to Naperville Tennis Club...
We're a 10-court indoor tennis, indoor pickleball, and outdoor swim facility located in Naperville, IL. We serve tennis players of all ages and skill levels, from beginning juniors and college-bound high school players to seasoned team competitors and adults who simply love learning the game. Adult Pickleball players enjoy competitive and social Open Play events, as well as year-round access to the courts. Meanwhile, our competition-size, 6-lane pool and gated kiddie pool are prized by families who seek either summertime fun, competitive swim, or both.
Learn why Members choose NTC, plus check out some of the latest club news by scrolling below.
SIGN-UP IS OPEN FOR NTC'S FIRST PICKLEBALL GLOW NIGHT
We're turning off the lights and turning up the glow at NTC's first-ever Pickleball Glow Night! Join NTC Pickleball Ambassador Frank Newson for a night of pickleball doubles, cool contests, and prizes, including a new ProXR Signature paddle for one lucky attendee. Haven't heard about Glow Night? Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaqCmvuiKjs
CONGRATULATIONS TO NTC'S JTT TEAM CHAMPS!
Naperville Tennis Club's 12U Junior Team Tennis players were named CDTA West Suburban JTT League Champions in May 2022. NTC's team defeated players representing the H-F Racquet & Fitness Club of Homewood, IL.
NTC's NITTL DIVISION 2L TEAM EARNS 2021-22 CHAMPION HONORS!
Congratulations to Naperville Tennis Club's NITTL Division 2L team, which defeated Courts Plus, Elmhurst, on May 12 to earn the 2021-22 Champion honors.
NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE TEAMS ADVANCE TO NCAA TOURNAMENT
** UPDATED ** Both Men's and Women's North Central College tennis teams advanced to Round 2 of the NCAA Division III Playoffs, but were taken out in Round 3. The Women's team swept Franciscan University (5-0), but was eliminated by Middlebury College (0-5) on Friday, May 13. The Men's team defeated University of Wisconsin-Superior (5-0), but lost the battle against Gustavus Aldophus College (0-5) on May 13. **
North Central College's Men’s tennis team took out Carthage College May 7 in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Tournament Championship to earn its first conference title since 1961. With the win, the Cardinals Men's team heads to the NCAA 2022 Division III Men's Tennis Championships, a first in the school's history, to face University of Wisconsin-Superior on Thursday, May 12, at University of Chicago, Stagg Tennis Courts.
The North Central College Women's team, 21-5, travels to Pittsburgh Thursday, May 12, for the NCAA 2022 Division III Women's Tennis Championships. The Cardinals Women's team, competing in its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance, faces Franciscan University at Carnegie Mellon University.
Both teams are currently ranked in the Top 10 of the Division III Central Region rankings by the Intercollegiate Tennis Assn. NTC hosts practices for North Central College Men's and Women's teams ... congratulations, Cardinals!
NTC JACK BARRY TEAMS CINCH 2021-22 CHAMPIONSHIPS!
Congratulations to Naperville Tennis Club's Men's 4.0 and Women's 3.5 Jack Barry teams, both of which defeated teams from Five Seasons May 1 in the 2021-22 Championship Playoffs.
NTC's Jack Barry Men's 4.0 2021-22 Champions (left to right): Paul Singh, Rich Katzmann, Kevin Podwika, Bruce Thornquist, John Laurx, and Jon Schmidt. Team members not pictured: Doug Anderson, Bob Bean, Matt Burghgraef, Don Carstens, Ken Comey, Mark Crompton, John Gatz, Jay Goldner, Krishna Krupal Bangalore, Scott Modica, John Reece, Pat Seermon, and Derek Wong.
NTC's Jack Barry Women's 3.5 2021-22 Champions (left to right): Lynn Park, Elizabeth Sheridan, Chris Lee, Beth Larsen, Julie Burke, Jeanine Hinkle, and Jill Odenbeck. Team members not pictured: Deb Abunassar, Sheri Anderson, Adri Boudeman, Sue Burton, Sunhee Choi, Rina Daw, Paula Gabel, Helen Gee, Amanda Hanlon, Kim Harte, Katie Hay, Katie Jones, Lauren Loeb, Tracy Reese, Christy Rothkopf, Lori Toney, Deb Trask, Melinda Watson, Nancy Williford, and Linda Yu.
Thank you to all who supported the Serving Up Hope fundraiser held Saturday, April 23, at Naperville Tennis Club. The event brought in more than $20,000 (double the goal!), which will support tennis and education in Uganda. See how your donation helps children and communities whose lives are changed through tennis and education. "The tennis and pickleball community in and around Naperville is amazing," says Vania King, founder of Serving Up Hope and two-time Doubles Grand Slam Champion. "The energy on and off the court was really special. I was overwhelmed by the response to our mission and the money raised. The support will go a long way toward serving the needs of the kids in Uganda and giving them real courts to play on. I had so much fun and hope we can make this an annual event!"
2021 NITA 8.5 MEN'S COMBO TEAM ADVANCES TO SECTIONALS
Congratulations to NTC's 2021 NITA 8.5 Men's Combo team, which represented Illinois in the USTA/Midwest 8.5 Men's Combo Sectional Championships in Fort Wayne, IN, March 18-20. The team, captained by NTC members Kevin Podwika and Eric Esancy, competed against teams from Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan.