located in Brookfield, Wisconsin

Brookfield Tennis Club

A great club of "fun" tennis players

Dear BTC Members,
   Our outdoor season is officially underway. Now we just need the weather to cooperate. Please mark your calendars for our weekly activities.

  • Drop In Tennis -- meets every Monday & Wednesday at Wirth Park starting at 8:30 - 10:30. Come and play as long as you like. No partner needed.
  • Friday Doubles -meet every Friday night at Wirth Park starting at 6 pm. Try to come with a partner but come and pair up if you are a single. If there is an odd number of players, one court will rotate 5 players until the next court is done.
  • Pickleball -- will start in June on Saturday mornings at Mary Knoll Park 9 am. Pickleball is played every Saturday morning. Equipment and instruction is provided if needed.

      Our July Bring Your Neighbor night is Friday, July 12th. Thank you to John & Kea Gogin for hosting this event. This is a good time to invite friends or neighbors who might be interested in our Club.
I also want to share with you an email received from the Paul Irvin family. Paul's bench was dedicated to Wirth Park at our June Bring Your Neighbor Social.
Dear Gretchen and all members of the Brookfield Tennis Club,
From our hearts to yours, our deepest thanks and gratitude for your beautiful tribute to our beloved father, husband, and friend - Paul Irvin!  Dad would be so proud and would feel so incredibly honored to know that a bench awaited anyone in need of a rest at one of his favorite spots - the Wirth Park Tennis Courts. 
He lived a fulfilled and happy life, and one of the things that gave him the most pleasure and joy was playing the sport he loved, in the sunshine, with all of you! 
Dad looked so forward to your Friday night mixed doubles and fish fry dinners,   I know there were many laughs shared during your fun times together on the courts.  Paul's laughter will echo in this place forever.
Our gratitude is endless and we will spend time, as I know many will, thinking of him when sitting on his special bench.
With deepest appreciation and love,
Elizabeth, Jeanette, Tom, and Kathy Irvin