Players ages 13 years and up playing at an intermediate to advanced level. Players should be playing USTA tournaments on a regular basis. This group will use feeding and rally based drills to work on technique, match play to learn how to utilize skills and fitness because a better athlete equals a better tennis player.
- Tuesdays 9:00-11:00 am (Rally and feeding based drills)
- Wednesdays 9:00-11:00 am (Supervised match play with immediate feedback)
- Thursdays 9:00-11:00 am (Fitness/agility and UTR match play)
Cost per player, per 4 weeks: 1 day per week $90.00, 2 days per week $160.00, 3 days per week $200.00
The Junior Advancement Group (JAG) is designed for players ages 11 years and up that are new to tennis. The focus will be on learning the proper technique while learning how to play the game of tennis. Players will learn the rules of the game, score keeping and how to sustain a rally. This group prepares players for the HIT group.
Drills: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9:00– 10:30 am.
Cost per player, per 4 weeks: 1 day per week $70.00, 2 days per week $140.00, 3 days per week $160.00
10 & Under Training
This group utilizes the Quickstart format to teach children the great sport of tennis. Players use age appropriate courts, racquets and tennis balls. Players will learn to play tennis with fun and engaging drills and games. We will also focus on developing rally skills and all around athleticism.
Drills: Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00-10:00 am
Cost per player, per 4 weeks: $60.00
8 & Under Training
This is a fun and interactive introduction to tennis for the young player ages 5 – 8 yrs. of age. Players are taught the basics of tennis, sportsmanship and athleticism in a fun and supervised environment.
Drills: Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:30 – 9:00 am
Cost per player, per 4 weeks: $45.00
Coach John: 1 hour private $70.00 per hour, 1.5 hour semi-private $60.00 per person, Ask about the six pack special.
Coach Daniel: 1 hour private $45.00, 30 minute private $25.00, 1 hour semi-private $25.00 per person, Ask about the six pack special.
Junior program notes:
Parents and players: Please be sure that players have light colored, comfortable clothing for the lessons. Players must wear athletic type clothing. For example, shorts and comfortable shirt. No jeans allowed on court and the players should be wearing tennis shoes on court as well. Marking shoes that can leave marks are not allowed on the court. Players should also have sunblock, cap, towel and players are welcome to bring their own water bottles. Payments for sessions are due no later than the second day of each session.