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Aspen Tennis Club to host open house

The Aspen Tennis Club, part of the Aspen Golf and Tennis Club, will hold it’s season-opening kickoff on Saturday.

The club will open for free tennis from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., including use of the tennis ball machines.

The official open house will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The staff will hold a free serving clinic at noon.

Because of adverse weather conditions this spring only three of the six tennis courts are ready for play. The other three courts should be ready by the middle of June.

The summer-long adult clinics start today with the junior classes that will start June 13.

The club will host three USTA sanctioned tournaments this summer as well as many social and competitive programs.

The club also offers 30-day memberships where members have unlimited access to the tennis courts and reduced rates to use the machine.

It also allows members to make real-time reservations on the online reservation system.

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