MountainBrook Village

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Tennis Court Q and A

Who can play on the courts?
Any MountainBrook Village homeowner, renter or their guest may use the courts.  You do not have to be a MBV Tennis Club member to use the courts.

How Do I Access the courts?
The fob that you received from the Office to access the pool or other buildings will open the court gates.

What is the MBV Tennis Club?
The Club sponsors weekly league play – women, men and mixed – during the winter season.  We also have tournaments and socials throughout the season.  To join, contact the Club Treasurer to pay your dues.

How Do I reserve a Court?
Check the “Court Schedule” pages on this bulletin board to find an open, unreserved court and time.  Put your name in the beginning time and mark the end time. You may make a reservation one week in advance of the play time.

Is there Open, Drop-in play time?
Yes, Court time is reserved for Round Robin play – any level of player.

It is usually Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 – 10 a.m. during the winter season.  Check the “Court Schedule” to confirm Round Robin play times as they may vary throughout the year.

Who do I CONTACT with questions or comments ?

Lee Alberts, President  612-799-7502
Rick Smith, Vice President  801-652-7589
Deb Thompson, Treasurer  480-288-5314 
Karen Misitano, Secretary 425-327-4059

Tennis Club Bulletin Board
The Buildings and Grounds Committee recommended the acceptance of a contract from Elite Sports Builders. The rebuild of tennis courts 1 and 2 will be done by pouring a post tension concrete slab at 4000 psi, surfacing and lining the courts appropriately. The cost for this renovation $123,109.  The Board approved the recommendation.

Tennis Talk April 2020
Just like the professional ATP and WTA tennis tournaments, the MBV March 14 Year-End Fun Day and Social were cancelled due to the closing of all MBV activities.  We hope all residents will remain healthy and safe during the epidemic and that tennis play can resume this summer.  Players will have to stay fit by engaging in home exercising, walking or biking, and hitting the ball off the garage doors ALONE.

“Tennis uses the language of life.  Advantage, service, fault, break, love, the basic elements of tennis are those of everyday existence because every match is a life in miniature. “ – Andre Agassi

Thanks.  If you have any questions, call me at 425-327-4059 or email me at

Karen Misitano


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