The Reffkin Tennis Center has enjoyed a colorful history and will proudly continue to be the heartbeat of tennis in Tucson. With more instructional programs and events offered for all ages than any facility in Tucson, public or private, Reffkin will continue to play a major role in the future of our sport. The Reffkin Tennis Center was previously known as the Randolph Tennis Center. As you might think, with the year round warm weather and sunny skies, celebrity has also found a place at Reffkin. Tennis legends such as Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, and Billy Jean King have graced the courts, as well as movie stars and other sports figures. The Celebrity Tennis Classic was hosted at Reffkin from 1981 through 1995. Connie Stevens hosted in 1981, followed by Michael Landon’s 10 year reign from 1982 to 1991, Beau Bridges in 1993, and Rick Springfield in 1994 and 1995.
The Jim Reffkin Tennis Center has won Facility of the Year Awards from both the USTA and Racquet Sports Industry Magazine. No matter what your skill level may be, the twenty-five lighted tennis courts allow the opportunity for unlimited play and the guarantee of a variety of competitive match play.