Welcome to The Racket and Fitness Center
We are a non-membership racket club and open to the public. All are welcome.
With 9 indoor tennis courts our facility offers private and group tennis lessons, round robin match play and USTA League matches. The Racket & Fitness Center offers group lesson programming for children to up to adults. Our teaching professionals also provide private lessons and USTA team practices.
Our facility also includes 7 climate controlled racquetball courts, wallyball courts and a private fitness center. Fully equipped men’s and women’s locker rooms provide locker and shower amentities. An upstairs lounge serves pizza and drinks. The facility also offers a large banquet room for rental that can seat up to 150 people.
- 9 climate controlled tennis courts
- 7 climate controlled racquetball courts
- Wallyball courts
- U.S. Open blue courts
- Fitness center
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Meet Our Tennis Pros and Fitness Instructors
Dave has been a teaching pro at Racket and Fitness Center for ten years, teaching players of all ages and ability levels. Before coming to the Racket, he was Director of Tennis at a local recreation program for 17 years. He started playing tennis at age 13, and he convinced all the kids in the neighborhood to play. During college at USM, he began playing USTA League tennis. Dave has enjoyed 25 years of USTA League tennis, and has attended five USTA Sectional championships as a player with both Men’s and Mixed Doubles teams, and twice as a coach of a Women’s team.
He is marking his 22nd year as a PTR Certified Tennis Professional. His deep knowledge of equipment, from rackets to strings, make him a valuable asset to players in search of new tennis products. Dave has taken the United States Racquet Stringers Association course, further solidifying his stringing knowledge.
He also enjoys being the detail man in setting up charity event fundraisers for MS, the American Heart Association, the United Way and the Alzheimer’s Association!
Tracy has been a teaching pro at the Racket & Fitness Center since 1999. Growing up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, she developed her power baseline game playing against some of the top ranked boys in Canada. She was a member of her varsity high school tennis team, playing singles and mixed doubles all 5 years. She graduated from Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, and made the move to Maine and the Racket!
She is certified by PTR as a Tennis Professional in both Junior and Adult Development and by Tennis Canada as a Level 2 Tennis Coach. Tracy enjoys working with all ages and abilities but specializes in working with younger competitive athletes. She coached the Scarborough high school girls’ varsity tennis team and the middle school tennis team from 2000-2007.
Tracy also enjoys playing competitively throughout New England. She ranked in the top 5 in Women’s Open singles in new England over a period of ten years, reaching #1 in 2006 in both Women’s 4.0 and 4.5 levels and #2 in 2008. She loves spending time with her dog on the beach in Ocean Park.
Recently semi-retired, Doug has been a tennis professional at the Racket and Fitness Center for the past 40 years, serving as Head Pro for the last 30 years. He graduated from USM, where he played baseball for the Huskies and, at age 21, picked up his interest in tennis.
Doug has been an active player, teaching pro and coach throughout his career. He has been Head Pro at clubs in Kennebunk and Falmouth. He has served on the board of the Maine Tennis Association (MTA), and has been ranked #1 in MTA Men’s Doubles multiple times, and #1 in USTA New England Men’s 4.5 Doubles. Doug has enjoyed three trips to USTA Nationals competitions as a league player.
In the summers, Doug serves as the Head Pro at a local country club and enjoys the opportunity to work on his clay game. He also loves a round of golf and, given the weather and an opportunity, the chance to fish.
One highlight of his tennis career was playing tennis and sharing a cold Fosters beer with Australian tennis great Rod Laver.
Tim found a passion for the sport of tennis while attending the University of Southern Maine. He has been ranked as high as #1 in Maine in mixed doubles #2 in men’s doubles and #4 in singles. Tim received the Maine Tennis Association participation award in 2006 and 2007. He participates in and captains several USTA league teams, and has made it to USTA Nationals six times in nine years. Tim received the MTA USTA League Captain of the Year Award in 2012 and 2013 and in 2014 he received the Maine Junior Development award. Tim is currently rated as a 4.5 USTA level tennis player.
Tim currently co-leads the Racket & Fitness Center’s Triples program as an independent tennis instructor. He is the Head Coach for the University of Southern Maine Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams, a NCAA Division III sports team.
Rocky Clark has a passion for pickle ball. He started playing pickleball in 2012 and was appointed Maine Pickleball Ambassador in 2013, New England Pickleball Ambassador in 2014 and Atlantic Regional Pickleball Director in 2015. He won the Bronze Medal in singles at the USAPA National’s in Arizona in 2014. In 2015, he won the Gold Medal in singles at the Atlantic South held in Charlotte, N.C. and Atlantic Regionals held in Norwalk, Conn. in 2015. Rocky enjoys teaching the strokes and strategies of pickle ball.
His love for racket sports began when he started playing tennis at Wavus summer Camp in Jefferson, Maine in 1964. He went on to play the #1 spot at Taconic High School in Western Massachusetts and was runner-up in Western Massachusetts State Championships in 1973. After high school he played the # 2 Singles position for Bentley College. His tennis accomplishments include winning the Wyoming Open in 1982 and the Montana Open 1984. In 1992, Rocky was ranked #1 in the 35+ division in Maine.
Rocky is currently President of Clark & Stuart, an investment advisory firm based in New England, with an office located just down the road from the Racket & Fitness Center, enabling him to accommodate most pickleball lesson requests. He is to married to his gold medal mixed doubles pickleball partner, Anne, and has started teaching 2 out of their 4 granddaughters the sport of pickleball.