The Men’s Doubles Tournament starts Sunday, Feb 11th, with the championship flight scheduled for 10:00 AM on Sunday, Feb 25th. Scheduled matches and results will be posted at the SCOV Tennis web site throughout the tournament. Proceeds from this tournament benefit Seniors for Kids. Come join the fun and watch great tennis for a great cause!

Women’s Round Robin Social

Format change to Women’s Round Robin! Starting Wednesday February 14th 9:00 AM we will play Round Robin tennis then gather for lunch on the patio. Participants should bring their own lunch and wine, tea and lemonade will be provided.

No sign-up needed – just show up – and have fun!

We will do it again on Wednesday March 13th with the same format. For more info, click here.



The ball machine at Desert Oasis is functional and available for use!  It will be necessary to manually lift it off of the carrier and place it on the court.  Please be sure to plug it in after use to ensure the batteries last. Big shout out to Al Oakland for maintaining these tennis ball machines! Atta boy, Al!


Maintenance Updates!

  • Replacements for broken scorekeepers on our tennis courts have been ordered! Soon we will no longer have to remember what the score is!
  • The maintenance department will be ordering brighter lights for two courts in order to play safely after sunset. 



The SCOV Hard Courts Task Force (HCTF) is expected to soon recommend a plan for pickleball court expansion. This recommendation will be reviewed by the Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC). Pickleball expansion is currently considered by this committee to be lower priority than several other amenity enhancements. Tennis Club President, Mark Lankes, recently provided a statement on behalf of the Tennis Club regarding the above information to the LRPC. To review this statement, click here.



  • February 2024 SCOV Tennis Board Meeting Minutes will be posted to the SCOV Tennis website soon!
  • Final sales for the Tennis Sponsored Mariachi Concert is Feb 13th, 9:30 AM to Noon at the Activity Center. See you all at the concert!

“The primary conception of tennis is to get the ball over the net and at the same time to keep it within the bounds of the court; failing this, within the borders of the neighborhood.”

-Elliot Chaze