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By Molly Carr - April 25, 2016

Best Tennis Team Names – Ever!


One of the most popular Tennis Fixation posts continues to be What Our Tennis Team Needs Is . . .  A Cool Name!  Even though that post was written nearly four years ago, people still visit it often, looking for the name that will perfectly encapsulate what their team is all about.

Best Tennis Team Names Ever

Well, I have continued to collect names since then and many of you have commented and sent me some really great ones.  So I thought it was time to, once again, put together a new and improved list of the best tennis team names ever. Something like “The Ultimate Guide to the Best Tennis Team Names.” So, I’m taking the best of the old list and combining it with some of the great new additions I have to make a sort of Ultimate Guide To The Best Tennis Team Names – Ever! 

You can read through all of the names below. Or, if you’d like a one-page list of all of these names, just click on the big purple button below, enter your email and you’ll get a PDF document of every team name listed as well as weekly updates from me with my best tennis tips.These are names that are obviously for a tennis team (vs. any other sports team):

  • Aces
  • Acers
  • Ad-Ins
  • Alley Cats
  • Alley Gators
  • Anti-Strokes
  • Backhanded Compliments
  • Baby’s Got Backhand
  • Beer Nets (combining two favorite activities)
  • Come Back Girls
  • Court Jesters
  • Dare Doubles
  • Deucebags (Oh My Goodness!)
  • Double The Fun
  • Double Trouble
  • Hot Drops
  • Hot Shots
  • In Crowd
  • Love ‘Em And Leave ‘Em
  • Love Hurts
  • Love Stinks
  • Match Makers
  • Mid-Court Crisis
  • Net Nuts
  • Net Prophets
  • Net Setters
  • No Faults
  • Over Served
  • Poachers
  • Queens of the Court
  • Racqueteers
  • Racquettes
  • Slammers
  • Shot Girls
  • Shot Sisters
  • Slice Girls
  • Smash Girls
  • Super Shots
  • Sweet Shots
  • Sweet Spots
  • Tennis Addicts
  • Tennis Angels
  • Topspinners
  • Unmatchables
  • Volley Girls


People got really creative with these names:

  • Ace Bandages
  • Ball Busters (if you’re brave enough to use it)
  • Banger Sisters
  • Called To Serve
  • Casual Sets (think about it)
  • Double Shots (I’m reading this as alcohol-related but maybe that’s just me.)
  • Drop Shots
  • Full Metal Racquets (love it!)
  • Good Gets
  • Got Its
  • Grand Slammers
  • High Fives
  • Hit and Run
  • Kiss My Ace (you better have a good team if you pick with this name)
  • Match Points
  • Miss Hits
  • Net Assets
  • No Love Guru
  • Pure Insanity
  • Racquet Scientists (very clever)
  • Scared Hitless (while I love this one, I probably wouldn’t pick it, too loser-y)
  • Serves You Right
  • Serve-Aces (get it? like “cervezas”)
  • Servivors
  • Sets In The City (old but clever)
  • Simply Smashing
  • String Courtets
  • Swinging Singles (for a singles team, get it?)
  • Terminetters
  • Tightly Strung
  • Whaqued (I love that one!)


  • Chargers
  • Double The Fun
  • Dream Team
  • Fine Whines
  • Jammers
  • Laser Shots
  • Morning Glory
  • Victorious Secret
  • Violet Offenders (you wear purple – get it?)

In other news...our beloved Tom Wallis will be exiting his Game-Set-Match life for one on the court. We will miss Tom greatly as he is a part of the GSM family and has been instrumental in raising up our new Denver store at University Hills. We want Tom to be happy so it is with sadness and respect, we send him off to his new teaching venture at The Point in Lakewood. Here is a message from Tom to you. 

To the GSM family and loyal customers,

Over the last couple years I have poured my hear and soul into everything Game-Set-Match. I have gained a family here in Colorado. Given this, it is with great trepidation and excitement, I have decided to give up my current role as Manager of the University Hills store.  

I'm incredibly proud of the accomplishments that myself and the rest of GSM team have made throughout the transition of opening our new flagship store. As It is bittersweet to leave, I feel teaching on the court is where I belong. I will miss all of you, the staff, loyal customers I've come to know on a first name basis but I know you will be in good hands going forward.  

I will continue to find reasons to be involved with GSM. For now you can find me at The Point in Lakewood.  

Tom Wallis

We will miss you Tom!