Tennis

Movies for grown ups_1-13-17 020
AARP members and a guest are invited to a free screening of  Borg vs McEnroe at the Edwards Boise Stadium 21 on July 19 at 6:30pm.
CO2016
Update as of July 16, 2018: Thank you for your interest in this activity with AARP DC. We have reached the event capacity of 50 participants. You may still register for the waitlist, but we cannot guarantee that a spot will be available for your participation.
Citi Open Diane Prate, Councilmember Yvette Alexander, Wayne Bryan, & Nancy LeaMond
A sea of red and white t-shirts emblazoned with AARP District of Columbia and its “Real Possibilities” slogan, blanketed a free AARP-sponsored tennis clinic the annual Citi Open® Tennis Tournament held at Rock Creek Tennis Center. Volunteers prepared to greet tennis clinic participants, led by well-known tennis coach Wayne Bryan and featuring top-seeded tennis players. Citi Open, held from August 1-9, benefited the Washington Tennis and Education Foundation. AARP’s free tennis clinic for 31 lucky participants provided an opportunity to be coached on tips to better one’s tennis game.
Tennis ball hitting the net
AARP DC is LIVE at Citi Open® from August 1-9! Visit our booth for exciting giveaways and for an opportunity to win an Apple® watch. We want to see you at the Rock Creek Tennis Center!
Tennis racket photo
Citi Open® is almost here with Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori! From August 1-9, Citi Open®, one of the premiere tennis events, takes place at The Rock Creek Park Tennis Center in Washington DC. Access AARP discounted Citi Open® tickets through one of the daily links below using the discount code: AARP.  The AARP DC Citi Open® discount ticket code is also accessible to non-members. Ticket availability changes daily, so visit this site often.
©Istockphoto:1MoreCreative
AARP members can get 30 percent off the price of up to six adult stadium box seat tickets on Aug. 24, AARP Day at the Connecticut Open Presented by United Technologies, in New Haven. The discount applies to day and evening sessions.
Nick Bollettieri
Nick Bollettieri, who has reimagined his life more than once in 82 years, taught folks at a recent AARP tennis clinic a lot about the game and a lot about living life to its fullest.
Search AARP States