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In 1890, the Olympic Tennis Club was founded at the northwest corner of Madison Street and Minor Avenue on First Hill. The name was formally changed from Olympic Tennis Club to Seattle Tennis Club in 1896. Interest in tennis grew over the next few years and became a staple activity for many of the city’s prominent citizens. By 1919, the growing membership obtained the Firloch Canoe Club grounds on the shore of Lake Washington in Madison Park, where the Club still stands today.
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Central Seattle, Harrison-Denny Blaine
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Seven Wellness


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What an incredible place...

The Seattle Tennis Club is a top notch athletic club. This is a wonderful facility with so much to offer its members. It has gorgeous views, highly educated coaches and staff, and several high end services available to members.

I have been a contracted Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach at the Seattle Tennis Club since 2001.

In addition to training and nutrition coaching for weight loss I also offer: BodyBugg rental and Fully Customized Meal Planning.

Chris Knight - Fitness and Nutrition Expert for Seven Wellness



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One of the Best and Most Prestigous Private Clubs in Seattle

Ive been a member here since i was born, and i have to say that for the most part i took it for granted. It has amazing tennis courts, goregous view and award winning dining. The boathouse has excellent sailing equipment, and it is one of the overall best tennis family club experiences--especially in the summer. There is however a misgiving in the title 'Seattle Tennis Club' as it is really mor of a country club minus the golf courts. Absolutley become a member, though the process is challenging.

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