South Tyrol has numerous clay courts and indoor tennis courts that invite you to play a match during your stay in South Tyrol.
If you don't want to miss serving while on holiday, you will find numerous tennis courts, sports zones and halls in South Tyrol that make this popular ball sport possible. At lower altitudes, such as in the south of South Tyrol and in the Merano region, tennis can be played outdoors almost all year round, and most courts also offer a bar and changing rooms.
The well-maintained tennis courts for beginners and amateur athletes, with lessons on request, range from the Tennis.Lan.Arena in Lana to the Tennis Club Bolzano-Bozen, from the clay courts in the Castelvecchio Sports Zone in Caldaro, home of professional Andreas Seppi - the first Italian to win an ATP Tour tournament on each surface - to the Tennis Club Vipiteno.
Tennis is also present in the Val Pusteria, for example in Brunico with two courts with "play-it" surfaces and an outdoor artificial grass court, and in the indoor tennis centre in Sesto, the place where the South Tyrolean tennis star Jannik Sinner grew up, who in 2019 became the youngest and lowest-ranked player so far to win the Next Gen ATP Finals of the best players under 21.