Querbes History

Querbes Tennis Center was built in 1964 and named after the late Mayor of Shreveport, Andrew Querbes. Through the years,  Querbes Tennis Center has hosted and co-hosted numerous local tournaments such as the City Championships and USTA Junior and Adult Tournaments. The public facility went under renovations in 2018 to help bring the facilities 6 Rubico clay, 5 Hard, and 2 Junior courts back to life. Querbes reopened its doors in 2020 with a new director and a new vision to be the place for anyone to play tennis and feel at home. The facility continues to host local events and be an active member in the local tennis community with junior programs/tournaments, adult clinics, mixers, and tournaments. Next time you are in the area, come say hello!

New Pro-SHop

CHris and Amy - Co Directors

6 Rubico Clay Courts

COurt Fee Information

Although Querbes is a Public Tennis Center, we do charge a small fee in order to keep the courts in great shape and provide the great service associated with the facility.

Adults - $3.50/hour

Juniors/Military/Seniors(62+) - $2.50/hour

Ball Machine - $10/hour