QUICK START TENNIS AGES 4-6
Students will work with foam balls and smaller nets and will work up to red dot balls. This is an entry level to learn tennis skills with fun games!
LITTLE HOT SHOTS TENNIS AGES 7-9
Students will work with red dot balls and transition to real tennis balls. Students will learn the fundamentals of all strokes.
HOT SHOTS AGES 10-12
Students will train with real tennis balls and on a full court. Students will learn the the fundamentals of all strokes and will start work on match play.
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL1 TENNIS AGES 13-16
Students will enhance their skills to get prepared to have match play. Students will work on footwork and positioning.
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL 2 TENNIS AGES 13-17
This program is designed to improve students skills so they can advance to a higher level. Students will learn spins and placement of the ball.
TENNIS LEVEL 1 ADULT AGES 18+
This program is designed for the player who wants to improve their technique. A review of all strokes, players will work on understandings positioning for match play.
TENNIS LEVEL 2 ADULT AGES 18+
This program is to improve strokes and strategy. Players will learn spin and advance their knowledge of a higher level game.
All Pros are USTA and USPTR certified.
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.
*Racquets will be provided free of charge to those who do not have their own.
PLEASE NOTE: Adult tennis- if you are moved to a different level by the instructor we will not issue refunds or credits for the program. Please make sure you are signing up for the appropriate level.
-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)
-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.