Tennis, also known as the white sport, had its origins in the Middle Ages and was first played in Paris in the 16th century. First in monastery courtyards, then also in so-called ball games halls, it made its way as a leisure activity to different sections of the population.
The English Major Wingfield registered the patent for tennis in 1874, and it was at the first tournament at Wimbledon in 1877, with the rules still in force today, that the sport began to gain worldwide fame.
With its four indoor and four outdoor courts, Sportwelt Radeberg offers plenty of opportunities to try out the game with the yellow ball at any time of year and to prove your skills in tournaments.
Our indoor tennis courts offer a modern surface that is easy on the joints, a good climate in all weathers and a cosy restaurant for the tired sportsman.
There are 4 courts with tournament dimensions in our hall. In our panorama restaurant you can watch the athletes playing.
We have 2 outdoor courts for those who enjoy the summer sun or who like to play on sand courts. We also offer a beach volleyball facility.
If required, an experienced tennis instructor will be at your disposal. Combinations of tennis, restaurant and sauna are also possible at a lower price.