Join Kevin Pease, a USPTA, USPTR and USTA High Performance coach at the Village Racquet Club in the Pine Hills for tennis lessons for all ages.
Little Grippers II (Ages 6-7) - These little juniors will work with foam balls and red balls. Fun drills
and games on the court will result in your child loving the game of tennis. Most of the work is done close to the net (or little nets) on the forehand. Getting the ball over the net is really fun for these kids. Little racquets can be purchased from the instructor.
Junior's (Ages 8-12) - The junior players will be grouped by age. They will learn the forehand, backhand, serve, and volley. Players will use starter balls (in some cases championship), racquets appropriate for the age, and train over little nets or half court using a regular net. These players will learn the solid fundamentals of the game and receive a challenging workout. Rally games are introduced if a player is ready. Racquets can be purchased if need through the instructor.
Upper Juniors (Ages 13-17) - These older juniors will learn the same fundamentals listed above. They will train with children close to their age. Many of these players will seek to continue with tennis and play on high school teams and develop a life sport interest. These players will train with championship tennis balls. Each session will provide a solid workout on court. Racquets can be purchased from the instructor that is appropriate for development.
Tennis for Life (Ages 17+) - Join Kevin Pease, a USPTA, USPTR, and USTA High Performance Coach at the Village Racquet Club in the Pine Hills for tennis lessons for all ages. In the Adult Team practice, you will work on technical work through drills, and is designed for Adults and High School Varsity tennis players who played on teams and is stronger than a 3.0 level. The Adult Fundamentals is for adults of all levels who want to learn proper form in the their forehand, backhand, serve, volleys and approach shots. Players in both levels will get a good workout and meet other players in their levels. Please bring your own racquet.
All students should wear athletic clothing appropriate for tennis and have court shoes. Street clothing and running shoes are not permitted. Players should bring a water bottle and towel as well. A small athletic bag is recommended to carry your items. You can bring that on court for the lesson. All snow cancellations will be made up.
*Participants must bring their own racquet or buy one from the pro at your first lesson*