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Tennis Factory Closes in Ballston, Says It Will Reopen Elsewhere

The Tennis Factory, a long-time tennis specialty store at 3865 Wilson Blvd in Ballston, recently closed its doors.

Signs in the window say the store closed Feb. 21 after losing its lease.

Tennis Factory was noted for its local business eccentricities. Run by a brother-and-sister team, the store had enough merchandise strewn about to have one tipster joke affectionately about it being a “fire hazard.” The store conducted especially thorough shoe fittings — which could turn shoe shopping into an hour-long affair even with few other customers inside.

On its website, the Tennis Factory says it’s hoping to reopen in a new location and revamp its website.

The Tennis Factory is Under Reconstruction

After 40 years of doing business in Arlington, VA, serving tennis enthusiasts in the Metropolitan Washington, DC area and from around the world, the Tennis Factory is undergoing a makeover.

Look for our new location and brand new website including a new online store.

The Tennis Factory has been providing the best in sales, services and products since 1976. We thank our longtime customers as well as those who have just discovered our store for your patronage. We will continue to provide your favorite brands along with the exceptional service you have come to expect.

If you would like to follow our progress or receive information on our grand re-opening, please send your name and contract information to: [email protected]

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