Old Providence members expect the best, and we take pride in providing it.

It's true that our membership includes some of the Southeast's top tennis players, but we put a great deal of emphasis on nurturing players at every age and skill level.

It starts with top-notch teaching. Our full-time tennis pros offer a wide array of options for private, semi-private and clinic instruction. Tennis Director, John Meyer and his staff run day and evening, weekday and weekend clinics and lessons focusing on technique and strategy for every level of play.

As you develop, you'll find plenty of opportunities to put new skills into play. Whether you're looking for a friendly match or hardcore competition, we have a program for you. Get involved in social round robins or join one of the many teams representing Olde Providence in inter-club league play.

Finally, Olde Providence offers members the opportunity to enjoy tennis without breaking a sweat. Sit back on the clubhouse terrace and be inspired as you watch pros from the greater Charlotte area compete on Court One. 

  • Indoor Tennis
    • Members and their invited guests have access to the Club's five indoor hard courts every day of the year!

      Our air-conditioned pavilion offers the ability to play in climate controlled comfort. Indoor contract times run from the first of November to the end of February for day play and the end of March for evening play. For play during non-contracted times, we recommend making reservations. Our online reservation system shows the court and time availability at the touch of a computer thereby allowing you to schedule up to two days prior to play. The upstairs viewing lounge overlooking the courts, complete with a large screen TV, offers a great place to socialize after a match or for watching during clinics and scheduled play.

  • Our Professionals
    • Tennis

      We have an exceptional group of tennis pros at Olde Providence. Each is eager and more than qualified to help you improve your game.

      John Meyer

      Director of Tennis

      Tennis Director John Meyer is responsible for the overall operations of the Tennis Department at Olde Providence Racquet Club. He is certified by the U.S. Professional Tennis Association and the Professional Tennis Registry. John is a career tennis professional whose quick smile gives away his enthusiasm and love for the game of tennis. John focuses on creating new and exciting programming for OPRC juniors and adults. His personality and unique approach to the game make him a popular coach and a tennis resource for the OPRC membership and the community. John and his staff of USPTA Professionals host 4 Major USTA tournaments each year. He accepted the USTA North Carolina 2013 Tournament of the Year for The Banana Open and was named USTA North Carolina 2013 Professional of the Year .  


      Peter Maxwell

      Peter graduated from the University of the Ozarks with a degree in Business Administration. Through his four-year college career he made Second-Team All-ASC (American Southwest Conference) two times, and First-Team All-ASC and All-Conference in his senior year. He then enrolled at Tyler Junior College in the Tennis Tech program where he received a certification of excellence for tennis teaching, along with USPTA, and  USPTR certifications. While in Texas, he taught tennis at Tyler Tennis & Swim and coached T. K. Gorman High School boys and girls to 3rd place in the State Tournament.  He later worked  at the Fort Smith Athletic Club where he became Director of Junior Tennis and at Charlotte Swim & Racquet Club where, as Head Professional, he started five Junior Tennis Teams and coached  8 & Under and 18 & Under teams to State Championships.  


      Randy Lofgren

      Randy grew up playing in Cincinnati, Ohio where he was a State champion in high school tennis. While attending Denison University he was a three time NCAA qualifier and earned All-American honors in doubles as well as claiming the ITA summer circuit hard and clay court national championships. Randy coached a year of college tennis at DePauw University where he helped three student athletes claim NCAA births as well as All-American Honors. Prior to joining OP he taught at River Run instructing adults as well as top southern ranked juniors.


      Rob Greco

      Rob Greco is a USPTA Elite Tennis Professional as well as PTR certified. He enjoys helping adults and children of all ages realize their on-court potential. Originally from Long Island, NY, Rob played #2 singles and #1 doubles for Belmont Abbey College in Gastonia, NC. He earned his B.A. in Recreational Administration and has traveled throughout the Eastern United States developing his tennis teaching career at clubs, private resorts, and high performance tennis academies in Boston, MA, Fripp Island, SC, and Charlotte, NC. Most recently, he served a combined 10 years as Head Tennis Professional for The Club at Longview and Charlotte Indoor Tennis Club developing junior tennis programs, boosting club and USTA team performance, and introducing new players to the game. A strong advocate of tennis as a lifetime sport, he continues to compete in USTA leagues and tournaments, and has maintained long relationships with many of the adults and juniors with whom he has worked during his 25-year career.



      Angus grew up in Charlotte about 100 yards from the club. As the grandson of a Wimbledon champion, tennis is in his blood. He went to Charlotte Country Day School where he won a state championship and was All State Champion twice. He attended the University of South Carolina and is an AVID Gamecock fan. He graduated from Queens University of Charlotte with a BA in Sports Communications. Angus is USPTA certified and has a PTR High Performance certification..



      Luka was born in Slovenia and started playing tennis at the age of 5. He spent 13 years on the ATP tour competing in all 4 grand slams. He reached his highest ranking of 172 in 2009. After retiring from professional tennis in 2013, he started coaching junior tennis players in Austin, Texas. Since then, he’s been helping junior players achieve their goal of playing college tennis. Before joining OPRC, he was at Austin Tennis Academy where his students achieved rankings in the top 50 in the Texas section and earned spots at Universitys such as Rice, Brown, DBU and Wesleyan.



      Heidi grew up training with Randy at OP.   She played for Weddington High School where she was a Singles and Doubles State Champion.  She graduated from Appalachian State with a degree in Electronic Media and Broadcasting.  She played line one doubles for all four years helping the team to be named First Team All Conference in the Sunbelt.  She finished her senior year with the highest winning record in singles and won the first ever Women's Tennis Sunbelt Championship.  For the last five years, she has been helping with OP Summer Camp and teaching lessons.

  • Junior Tennis
  • Leagues
    • Pick a league, any league

      We encourage members to represent Olde Providence in league play by participating on one of our many teams. 

      Ladies Interclub Tennis

      This clay-court Doubles league is the most popular league in Charlotte. Participants are placed on a team at the appropriate level. Teams compete on Tuesdays and Thursdays during both the spring and fall seasons. Practices are scheduled for alternating days. OP hosts 9 teams with 20 plus players on each team.

      USTA League Tennis

      This league offers players the opportunity to compete locally within their skill level. Depending on their performance, they may advance to state, regional and national competition. Team matches consist of doubles and singles play. Teams compete on Mondays and Fridays in the spring and fall season in men's, women's and mixed doubles' divisions.

      Queen City Tennis

      This is Charlotte's oldest city league and includes women and men who compete in doubles and mixed doubles. Women compete on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Men compete on Saturday mornings. Mixed doubles play is on Sunday afternoons.

      Charlotte Pro League

      Some of the best tennis in Charlotte is available at Olde Providence on Thursday evenings from early July to mid-September. Men and women players with an NTRP level of 5.0 or higher are drafted onto teams playing for prize money and bragging rights. Bring your friends to watch the matches! Play begins at 7. Pro League schedules and results are found at the Charlotte Tennis Association website.

  • Tournaments
    • Tennis

      The Award Winning OPRC Banana Open

      NC/STA 200 pts
      Tournament Date: April 3 - 5
      Registration Deadline: 03.29.20 at 11:59 PM
      Divisions: Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles

      Tournament Link

      USTA National Husband-Wife Mixed Doubles Combo

      Open, 100, 120, and 140 Clay Court Championships 
      Tournament Date: April 29 - May 3
      Registration Deadline: 04.20 at 11:59 PM
      Divisions: Open:  HWC (Open, Combined 100, 120 &140)d
      Tournament Link

      NC Junior Clay Court Championship

      *2015 NC Usta Junior Tournament Of The Year*
      Nc L2-Sta L3
      Tournament Date: July 19 -  21
      Registration Deadline: 07.09.19 at 11:59 PM
      Divisions: Boys' & Girls' Singles: 78' Yellow Ball 12-18 (FICQ) 
        Green Level 1 Boys' & Girls' 10 and Under Singles: 78' Green Ball 10 (FICQ)

      Tournament Link

      Olde Providence Summer Clay Court Challenge

      Nc L4
      Tournament Dates:  August  TBD
      Registration Deadline: TBD
      Divisions: Orange Level 1 Boys' & Girls' 10 and Under Singles: 60' Orange Ball 10 (FICQ) 
        Boys' & Girls' Singles: 78' Green Ball 12 ,78' Yellow Ball 14-18 (FICQ)
        Boys' & Girls' Doubles: 78' Green Ball 12 ,78' Yellow Ball 14-18 (SE)

      Tournament Link


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  • Charlotte, NC 28226
  • Phone: (704) 366 - 9817
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