About Boerne Tennis

About Boerne Tennis

Boerne Tennis provides high quality tennis instruction to players of all ages and levels.  Our philosophy revolves around “play to win” in a friendly, fair, and fun environment.

Whether you are interested in playing recreational or competitive tennis, our goal is to provide you with the necessary tools and skills to excel.

Boerne Tennis Center is under the City of Boerne Parks & Recreation Department (Director of parks & recreation, Danny Zincke) and the director of tennis, Kuda Sengai.

Meet the Pros

Kuda Sengai

Originally from Mutare, Zimbabwe, Kudakwashe “Kuda” Sengai was a top-ranked junior player in his native country. Through his junior tennis, he collected many awards. Amongst

Diego Salinas

2 years teaching in Brazil. Top 200 in Brazil, profesional ranking. Top 25 in the state of Sao Paulo. Freshman year played for Harford community

Tanis Martinez

Tanis Martinez is from Carrizo Springs TX. He is a 5 time district singles champion. He received the most outstanding athlete award his senior year

Emilie Foster

Emilie has had a distinguished tennis career including a USTA women’s national singles rating in the top 100 and USTA women’s national doubles ranking in

Edward Sengai

Edward joins the Boerne Tennis staff as one of our Elite Instructors. Brother to our Director of Tennis, Edward also grew up playing tennis in

Shingirayi (Shingy) Kamucheka

Shingirayi joins the Boerne Tennis Camp Staff (2017). He is currently enrolled and plays for  NAIA, Lindenwood University in Illinois. Shingy comes from a high-level

Court Rules

Court Rules

  • Trash is to be placed in the Trash bins provided outside the courts.
  • No Food or Beverages, other than water or sports drinks are permitted on the courts.
  • Alcoholic beverages prohibited in Boerne City Park.
  • Glass containers are prohibited on the courts.
  • Smoking is prohibited on the courts.
  • No game other than tennis is to be played on the courts.
  • Skate boards, roller blades and scooters are all prohibited on the tennis courts.
  • Excessive noise, racquet throwing, and profanity is strictly forbidden.