360° Virtual Tour
Tennis Plaza opened its first store in South Miami, Florida on 1990 and now has 6 locations in the state of Florida. Throughout the years we have grown to become the #1 Tennis Retail Store Company in Florida, gaining our spot as the official Miami Open Tennis racquet retailer. Awarded the #1 Tennis Specialty Store in the country, Tennis Plaza prides itself on world-class selection of brand name tennis equipment, apparel, and accessories for tennis lovers of all ages and abilities.
The Orlando Store
Tennis Plaza Orlando is our first venture out of the South Florida area and is the result of hundreds of customer’s request. Come visit us to experience great customer service, large tennis inventory and affordable prices.
Tennis Plaza Orlando is located in the heart of Florida's tourism epicenter, on the famous International Drive, 1 mile away from Universal Studios and half a mile from the Premium Outlets.
Our website www.tennisplaza.com is one of the top 3 e-commerce tennis sites in the U.S. offering the latest gear and equipment of the top performance Tennis brands.
Our selected staff are passionate, knowledgable Tennis lovers who share their passion and excitement for the sport committing themselves to providing our customers with the best shopping experience.
We take a lot of pride in our stringing service, members of the U.S.R.S.A. (United States Racquet Stringing Association) since 1990 and M.R.T. (Master Racquet Technician) on site, along with our top of the line stringing machines, you can rest assure that you will get the same professional service as our touring pro customers.
With our same day stringing service, you'll be ready top hit the courts in no time!
In Store Demos
OurDemo program is very simple, you may take 3 racquets at a time for up to 4 days, until you find the best tennis racquet that fits your game.
With one of the most complete racquet walls that you will ever find in any tennis store, at least 4 demos of each racquet model and a very knowledgeable staff, there is no reason why you shouldn’t find the perfect racquet for your game.