CAMP REVIEWS

  • My son just turned 7 in the last week of May and his camp was the 1st week of June. He was one of the youngest campers and was signed up for full days. The 1st day I picked him up I thought he would say “to hot/to hard” but no he loved it! He was so sad for the week to end. We will be doing this camp every summer!

    Parent of Cowen L.
  • I already recommended to 2 friends. The groups were small, very well organized by skill level and the coaches were fantastic! Looking forward to attending again next summer.

    Parent of Ashley S.
  • Great instructors that really cared about each individual camper. Helped with every aspect of the camper in improving their game.

    Parent of Gracee F.
  • Coaches were great; very helpful and courteous. TCU facilities are excellent and easy to get to.

    Parent of Landon E.
  • The camp staff was great all the way around with the kids. The camp was not overcrowded and all students received great instruction and it seemed extra attention. Planning to go again next year.

    Parent of Emmons R.
  • Kids had a blast (two 8 year old girls) and were eager to go every day. The coaches know how to make this fun, and unlike a parent trying to teach their child, the kids will listen o the coaches. Lol. Both kids are ready to sign up next year. Highly recommend!

    Parent of Delainey T.
  • Our first year to attend we lived in Alabama and came to tux for the camp, we have family close so it worked. We have since moved back to Texas but currently, live in Houston. Our daughter made sure this was the first camp we signed up for this summer. The coaches are amazing and really help and encourage the kids to do better and have fun. Our daughter has already asked to come back next year regardless of where we live. That says a lot about a camp atmosphere.

    Parent of Sophia S.
  • This was my son’s second year and the coaches (the head coach and several others) all remembered my son from the previous camp. I was shocked and touched by that. My son also had a great time and improved his tennis skills!

    Parent of Benjamin F.

 

 

FACILITY

Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center & Bartzen Varsity Courts History

 

The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center and Bernard J. “Tut” Varsity Courts is widely considered as one of the finest tennis facilities in all of collegiate athletics. Completed in 1976 at the cost of over $2-million, the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center and Bartzen Varsity Courts plays home to the TCU men’s and women’s tennis programs and is located on the southwest corner of campus.

 

The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center houses both indoor and outdoor facilities and features 27 total courts – six varsity tennis courts and five indoor courts, which are reserved solely for the men’s and women’s tennis programs – as well as 16 courts that are for public use. The outdoor section of the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center includes a pavilion with a seating capacity of 1,500 to go along with fully stocked pro shop and complete locker facilities. The outdoor courts are recessed by as much as 16 feet, which provides wind control and deleting many viewing obstructions.