Tennis at the Ranch Country Club is year round with four indoor and four outdoor hard courts.
Our dedicated staff of tennis professionals will help you polish and test your game along with plenty of fellow players. For your enjoyment and convenience, all courts are lit for evening play. Our active tennis program includes USTA tournaments, private and group lessons and clinics and robust league competition. Our staff of USPTA Professionals offers a complete program of instruction for tots to adults.
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Prime Time Hours
Monday-Friday: 6 to 9 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Call us at (303) 469-5372 to reserve a private lesson.
Beginners and the sport’s most advanced players alike will find lessons and leagues well suited for their abilities and goals for improvement.
We emphasize fundamentals, fun and friendship to help our youngest tennis players be great sports on and off the court.
The Ranch Country Club is home to several of Colorado’s top tennis tournaments each year.
The Tennis Pro Shop’s products and services are open to all, but the exclusive discounts are for members only.
- Racket Restringing
- Specialty Orders
- Babolat Demo Program
Meet the Pros
Director of Tennis
Miikka, a USPTA P-1 professional, is one of Colorado’s top Open players. He finished No. 3 in the Men’s Open Singles in Colorado in 2013, was named High School Coach of the Year for the Northern Conference 2005-11, and in 2004 was named USPTA Intermountain Open player of the year. While playing for Azusa Pacific University, he received All-American honors.
Miikka has taught tennis for more than two decades and especially enjoys coaching young players. Before moving to the United States from his native Finland, he worked in the Finnish National Sports Institute, where he coached many top-ranked Finnish juniors. In Colorado, Miikka’s coaching has helped several nationally ranked junior players receive college scholarships to play at top universities. He sums up his teaching philosophy with what he calls the 3 Es: Entertainment, Exercise and Education.
Miikka’s languages also include German, Swedish and Finnish — and he welcomes opportunities to teach in them.
When he’s not on the courts, Miikka loves spending time with his family — and watching hockey. He’s an avid fan of that sport, too.