Year-Round Play

Hours: 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Tennis Court Features

  • 4 Hard True Courts

  • Lights for evening play

  • Teams (all levels)

  • Player benches

  • Viewing gazeboes

  • Pavilion deck overlooking pool and tennis courts

Active WSRC members are welcome to reserve the tennis courts free of charge at any time throughout the year. Please know you are responsible for assuring all trash and debris are placed neatly in the trash prior to leaving. The WSRC Board reserves the right to deny a reservation for any member who does not adhere to these rules.

To reserve a tennis court:

Go to:


Active WSRC members (as well as Weatherstone homeowners) are welcome to reserve the greenspace free of charge at any time throughout the year. Please know you are responsible for assuring all trash and debris from your event is placed neatly in the trash prior to leaving. The WSRC Board reserves the right to deny a reservation for any member who does not adhere to these rules.

To reserve the greenspace:

Go to: to check the availability of the greenspace as well as to reserve it.

Tennis Rules

COVID-19 Update:

The WSRC Board has been closely following state, county, and U.S. Tennis Association guidance regarding operation of tennis facilities during COVID-19. While we did not close our tennis courts, we did implement some restrictions on court usage to allow for adequate social distancing. Based on the most recent information from the state and county, we are now opening all 4 tennis courts for reservations beginning today.

It is important that members and their guests follow the guidance that has been put in place for everyone’s safety. Please follow the standard member rules below and respect the additional guidance:

  • If you or a member of your group have any symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone with symptoms, do not come to the tennis courts.

  • All 4 courts are open for reservations. If a member is concerned about social distancing needs, they may reserve two adjacent courts at a time. If you do not have a reservation and see an open court, ask the person playing if they have reserved both courts before you start to play. A member may not reserve an adjacent court for a guest/non-member.

  • Do not share racquets or any other equipment such as wristbands, grips, hats, towels, and water bottles.

  • Follow social distancing:

    • Try to stay at least 6 feet apart from other players. Do not make physical contact with them (such as shaking hands or a high five).

    • When playing doubles, coordinate with your partner to maintain physical distancing.

    • Maintain physical distancing if changing ends of the court.

    • Do not go onto other players’ courts, even to retrieve balls.

    • Remain apart from other players when taking a break.

    • Do not congregate in large groups on the courts or outside the tennis fence.

  • Do not touch other players’ balls. If a ball from another court comes to you, send it back with a kick or with your racquet.

  • Do not leave trash at the courts. Take your trash with you when you leave.

  • Bring your own hand sanitizer or wipes.

  • The bathrooms in the tennis hut will be available and cleaned regularly. All members should wash their hands after using the facilities.

The Board will be monitoring use of the tennis facilities per our standard member rules as well as social distancing. If you or a member from your group choose to disregard the rules or cause any concerns regarding social distancing, you will be warned and asked to leave the premises. If issues continue, your membership will be recommended for suspension.

The Weatherstone Swim & Racquet Club (WSRC) tennis courts are for the exclusive use of all active (and in good standing) Club Members and their guests.

To provide a pleasant tennis experience for all Club Members, the following guidelines have been adopted:


The tennis courts are open year round, however, Atlanta Lawn Tennis Associations (ALTA) womens and mens tennis teams have priority over use of Courts 1 & 2 during ALTA seasons.


Glass is not allowed within the fenced area. No wheeled vehicles of any kind are permitted inside the fenced area. This includes, but is not limited to, roller blades, skates, bicycles, motorcycles, skateboards, scooters, children’s ride on toys, wagons, and strollers. Club Members are responsible for ensuring the security of tennis court gates and the tennis hut door.


Please assist in keeping the area clean and free of debris such as cigarette butts, cans and paper products.


White soled tennis shoes are required on the tennis courts. Black soles mark and damage the playing surface.


Parking is prohibited along Willow Glenn Drive. Please park in spaces provided in the WSRC parking lot near Holt Road. Lawn maintenance is expensive so please assist us in keeping the area maintained by using designated parking areas.


Tennis court related injuries will be immediately reported to the WSRC Tennis Court Director. (Of course if someone is seriously injured call 911, but please also have an email sent to the tennis director and WSRC board at: – Please include “Accident-Tennis” in the subject line)


Guests of Club Members are welcome. At least one Member must be present on the tennis courts when a guest is playing. Weatherstone residents who are not WSRC Club Members in good standing may not use the tennis courts.


The overhead lights can be utilized at the discretion of any player. The last player remaining on the courts is responsible for turning off the lights before exiting the tennis gate.


WSRC will not be responsible for the loss or damage of personal property. Items left in the tennis area will be stored in the tennis hut. Items left over thirty (30) days will be discarded.


Damage to the tennis courts, facilities, or property will be charged to the responsible Club Member.


Pets are not allowed within the fenced tennis courts.


Member Play

Reservations for tennis courts can be made online through

Tennis courts may be reserved for a maximum of one (1) hour for the backboard, two (2) hours for singles and three (3) hours for doubles.


  • All organized teams must be captained or coordinated by a current WSRC member in good standing. The WSRC member captain or coordinator of that team will be responsible for reserving court time for all practices and matches and paying the team non-member fees.

  • A team captain or coordinator wishing to form a new team must obtain permission from the WSRC Board of Directors and the team must adhere to the WSRC Tennis Rules for Team Play.

  • All WSRC tennis teams must have at least 4 active and in good standing WSRC Members on their roster, one of which must be the team captain or team coordinator.

  • The tennis team captain or team coordinator must solicit all possible WSRC Member players first before adding non-member players to the roster as to allow WSRC Members an opportunity to be considered for the team. At least 30 days prior to the submission deadline of a roster to ALTA, USTA, or other team tennis governing body, the tennis team captain or team coordinator must send notice to including the proposed team level, date of matches, date of practices, and phone or email contact information for the team captain or team coordinator. The WSRC board will communicate to membership to publicize the opportunity to join the team. Communications channels may include, but are not limited to, email and social media.

  • Prior to the start of any league play, lessons, and practices, the team coordinator must submit the team roster and all non-member player fees to the WSRC Board of Directors/Tennis Director. Make checks payable to “WSRC”.

  • Each non-member player listed on a WSRC-based team roster is required to pay $25 fee per league, per season, per team. Terms are defined as follows: “League” is defined as ALTA, T2, USTA, League, Ultimate, etc.; “Season” is defined as spring, summer, fall or winter; “Team” is defined as Sat Men’s, Sun Women’s, Mixed Doubles, etc.).

  • Failure to pay all of the non-member fees for the team will result in suspension of the team from further play until paid in full. An exception of this rule will be granted for the inclusion of a “ghost player” placed on a team roster for the exclusive purpose of bringing the team to full strength. In this case, no fee will be due for the “ghost player” unless and until that player participates on the ALTA team (whether in practice and/or games). The WSRC member team captain/coordinator cannot be a “ghost” player.

  • Teams may reserve up to 3 courts for match play with the 4th court being left available for walk-up member play.

  • A court is considered available if the player(s) do not show 10 minutes after their reserved time.

  • After any team activity, the courts, pavilion and facilities must be returned to their original condition including replacement of lawn chairs, disposal of trash, turning off lights, and securing all gates/doors. Failure to do so, could result in nominal fines or if excessive, suspension of play. (Please help keep our facilities clean and secure)

  • Weatherstone residents who are not WSRC Members are NOT ALLOWED to use WSRC tennis courts or participate on a WSRC-based tennis team.

  • Non-member team players may use the WSRC courts only for organized team lessons, practices, and matches or as the guest of a WSRC member if a WSRC member is present.

  • In the event that a member fails to comply with WSRC League/Season/Team Play rules, the WSRC board will address the issue with action deemed necessary, which may include imposing fines, limiting ability to reserve courts, or prohibiting the member from serving as a team captain or coordinator for team play on WSRC courts.

Social Function Play

Club Members wishing to utilize more than one (1) court for social functions may do so by (first) obtaining approval of the WSRC Tennis Court Director and paying $25 per court for a maximum of four (4) hours usage. WSRC reserves the right to discontinue this practice at any time. The Club Member is responsible for returning the area to a clean, debris-free condition, and transporting all trash from the court recepticles and placing all waste in the appropriate trash containers near the tennis hut building.


Please direct all comments to the WSRC Tennis Court Director who will confer with the Board of Directors for resolution.


Rules and guidelines are provided by the WSRC Tennis Court Director on behalf of the WSRC Board of Directors and are subject to change.

Thank you on behalf of all our Club Members for your efforts in making the use of our Club an enjoyable experience for all. If you have any comments on improving the quality of our Club, please bring them to our attention and we will pass your comments along to the WSRC Board for consideration.

WSRC Tennis Director