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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Parks & Recreation

Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-7529

1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

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Tennis courts
Alex Rovello Memorial Courts - Berkeley Park
SE Cesar E Chavez Blvd and Bybee Blvd Locate this site in PortlandMaps

General Info
Acquired in 2014

Includes accessible tennis court - outdoor, tennis backboard, tennis court, and tennis court - lighted.
Tennis Court

Special Information
Park hours: 5:00am-midnight

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The renovation of the courts included resurfacing the two existing courts to USTA standards, including lines for age 10 and under, as well as replacing the fencing, on-court benches, nets, and posts; installing a drinking fountain; trimming the trees; installing an ADA accessible entrance; repairing and painting the retaining wall; replacing on-court drainage; and providing a maintenance fund.

Accessibility Information

Tennis Area
- Accessible
- Meets USTA standards
- Backboard for practice

Other Amenities
- Drinking fountain
- Benches
- Memorial

Program Information
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Historical Information
Dedicated on July 27, 2014, the Alex Rovello Memorial Courts are the result of the efforts of Alex’s parents, Geri and Jim Rovello, who lost their son in a tragic accident in spring 2013. Alex learned to play tennis at the age of two at Berkeley Park. He went on to win four state singles titles, was a member of Cleveland High School’s only state championship team, and was a nationally ranked Junior Player in the USTA as well as an outstanding player at the University of Oregon.

The Rovellos established the Alex Rovello Memorial Fund in honor of their son. The mission of the Fund is to provide a safe and professional environment for children and adults, from all walks of life, to learn and play tennis. The Fund paid for the renovation of the tennis courts at the park, thanks to contributions from nearly 1,400 individuals and organizations.