Welcome to the YMCA Arlington Tennis & Squash Center's Online Court Reservations
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri 7am-3pm & 4pm-9pm
Attention Members: When viewing the court scheduler, please note that the Orange Colored Block indicates that the court is available. This designated court can be booked for members who prefer to play without others on the neighboring court. To book, please call the front desk at (703) 522-1700.
Court Reservation Guidelines:
To make, adjust or delete a reservation, please log in to your TennisConnect Account.
- Peak hours (M-F / 4pm - 9pm & Weekends / 7am-3pm): A member may play singles for up to 90 minutes or doubles for up to 120 minutes per day.
- Non-peak hours (M-F 7am-3pm): A member may play singles or doubles for up to 120 minutes per day.
Reservation Details Required:
- Full names of all players must be entered when the reservation is made. Names must match players on-court.
- Entering placeholders such as "not listed" is not permitted when making a reservation.
- If player name does not appear in the drop-down list of members, please type in the player's full name. Unlisted members should register for an account by clicking here.
Reservations that do not meet these court reservation requirements may be removed from the court scheduler without notice.
- Playing on your reserved court: Players must remain on assigned court and leave the building at the end of their reservation time. Please speak to the front desk when entering if you need to adjust your reservation.
- Upon check-in, If you would like to continue play after your reservation time and a court is readily available, you must make this request in-person at the front desk prior to entering the courts (additional play is limited to court availability up to 1 hr over the non-peak/peak playing limit above).
- Cancellations: As a courtesy to all members, please remember to cancel your reservation throughTennisConnect at least 8 hours prior to your start time if you do not intend on using the court reserved. No-shows/late cancellations may result in a temporarily deactivated Tennis Connect account and reservation limits if repeated.
- Reserving Courts from 7-9am: A tennis center member checking in for a reservation between 7-9am may book a court 7 days in advance at the front desk for a reservation between 7-9am.
- Reservation Reminders:
- When booking a court, please keep in mind that your court number may change as we work to maximize the overall availability of court time for all members. In this instance, you will receive an additional booking confirmation email from the reservation system.
- At opening, reservations must begin on the hour, at 7am or 4pm.
Racquet Stringing is now available - to expedite drop-off, please print/complete this form, attach to your racquet, and drop off at the front desk.
Wearing a face covering on Y property is required at all times (arriving, checking in, walking to your court, to your exiting). You may remove your face covering when you are on-court, ready to play, and at least 6 feet away from your playing partner.
Prior to arriving at the Y, please review all tennis guidelines here.
The same guest is limited to 4 visits in a calendar year before a membership is required to play.
Please click here to complete the online guest waiver
Prior to each visit, all members must answer the CDC health screening questions available online here
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YMCA Arlington Tennis Members are able to book up to three reservations (2 hrs each) 7 days in advance.
All other YMCA members are able to book one reservation (2 hrs), 48 hours in advance.
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