About the Senior Tennis Players Club

We are a group of 500 plus tennis enthusiasts who are 50+ and get together to learn, play, and compete.

Group Play

We have groups that play winter and summer. Most summer groups are drop in and most winter groups have scheduled players. Group Play includes doubles play with others at your own skill level at courts throughout the Twin Cities area.

Pop-Up Tennis

STPC Pop-Up Tennis is an opportunity to play at your skill level, when you want, without a season-long commitment. If you are a new member, Pop-Ups are a great opportunity to engage and meet other members, which can lead to group play.

Tennis Drills

We want you to enjoy tennis as much as we do, and improving your game is one way to do that! One of the great benefits of an STPC membership is low-cost tennis drills from USPTA pros. Drills are held weekly and they run throughout the year. Drills are 60 or 90 minutes long.

Team Tennis

Team Tennis is offered each summer. League matches are played on outdoor courts, on Tuesday mornings from 9:30 am to 11:30 am, from mid June through mid-August. Each player plays one proset of doubles and one of mixed doubles. Team scores and standings are reported each week, and at season's end the leading team is declared Champion!


STPC has a monthly email newsletter, called the E-Update, sent from MailChimp. It contains brief stories about upcoming events.

Take a look at past E-Updates.


STPC has a second newsletter called the Senior Tennis Times that has longer stories about events, our members, our summer and winter drills, our group play schedules, plus lots more! It also has useful articles about tennis strategy and rules.

Take a look at past issues of the Senior Tennis Times.

Social Events

We get social with fun tennis parties and events. We hold such events approximately five times a year.

Jack Dow Round Robin

Finally, you can test your tennis skills against others at your level at our Annual Jack Dow Round Robin Tournament.

As a 501(c)(3) organization we're governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.