Juniors

Tennis dimensions have changed to match the size and strength of young players. The red ball bounces 25% the height and speed of the traditional yellow ball and the court is 36 feet long.

Beginners – Do not yet have the ability to rally

Intermediate – Have the ability to rally

Players will learn the basic technique for all tennis strokes; forehand, backhand, volley, overhead, serve, and return of serve in a fun creative way.

We utilize throwing exercises to develop the overhead and serve for coordination, strength, and dexterity. We utilize catching exercises to develop the volley, forehand and backhand for, footwork, contact points, and balance. We utilize kicking exercises to develop footwork patterns and balance.

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Tennis dimensions have changed to match the size and strength of young players. The orange ball bounces 50% the height and speed of the traditional yellow ball and the court is 60 feet long.

Beginners – Do not yet have the ability to rally

Intermediate – Have the ability to rally

While players hit every shot in tennis each training session we pick a specific component of one stroke to focus on. For example if we are focusing on forehand topspin we may focus specifically on the racket prep before moving to the ball. In each 5 week session every week will build upon the previous with an additional/next step of the stroke. In addition to practice drills we include point play situation games each day to utilize skills in a live environment.

Tennis is not just about hitting the ball over the net. Being able to do so on the run and under pressure is challenging! In every session we provide agility, speed, and balance training to help players become well rounded athletes. Players are encouraged to play 4 sets a session; options include practice matches, challenge matches, and/or tournaments.

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Tennis dimensions have changed to match the size and strength of young players. The green ball bounces 75% the height and speed of the traditional yellow ball and the court is 78 feet long.

Intermediate – Has match play experience

Advanced – Has tournament or team league experience

While players hit every shot in tennis each training session we pick a specific component of one stroke to focus on. For example if we are focusing on forehand topspin we may focus specifically on the racket prep before moving to the ball. In each 5 week session every week will build upon the previous with an additional/next step of the stroke. In addition to practice drills we include point play situation games each day to utilize skills in a live environment.

Tennis is not just about hitting the ball over the net. Being able to do so on the run and under pressure is challenging! In every session we provide agility, speed, and balance training to help players become well rounded athletes. Players are encouraged to play 4 sets a session; options include practice matches, challenge matches, and/or tournaments.

Advanced players must play 1 tournament per session.

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Beginner – Players with little to no tennis experience, and the goal of learning to play tennis. In each 5 week session we will develop the basic technique for the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead, serve and return. These sessions will utilize repetition training, teamwork challenges and cooperative point play in a positive environment. Players will learn basic tennis match etiquette, rules, and format.

During the sessions we will include hand eye coordination and balance activities to help develop general athleticism.

Intermediate – Players with the goal of representing their school team. Players should be able to rally and have an understanding of basic match play.

While players hit every shot in tennis each training session we pick a specific component of one stroke to focus on. For example if we are focusing on forehand topspin we may focus specifically on the racket prep before moving to the ball. In each 5 week session every week will build upon the previous with an additional/next step of the stroke. In addition to practice drills we include point play situation games each day to utilize skills in a live environment.

Tennis is not just about hitting the ball over the net. Being able to do so on the run and under pressure is challenging! In every session we provide agility, speed, and balance training to help players become well rounded athletes. Players are encouraged to play 4 sets a session; options include practice matches, challenge matches, and/or tournaments.

Advanced – Players with competitive goals in high school post season and/or local tournaments. Players should be able to direct their shots to major targets and regularly play matches.

While players hit every shot in tennis each training session we pick a specific component of one stroke to focus on. For example if we are focusing on forehand topspin we may focus specifically on the racket prep before moving to the ball. Each week we will focus on a different skill shot and/or target with the goal of players reinforcing the skill in match play.

Tennis is not just about hitting the ball over the net. Being able to do so on the run and under pressure is challenging! In every session we provide agility, speed, and balance training to help players become well rounded athletes. Players are encouraged to play at least 5 sets a session; options include practice matches, challenge matches, and/or tournaments.

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This is all about playing points in live situations. Each session will start with a warm up feeding drill including the basic strokes. Every session we will focus on a specific stroke to multiple targets with a short technical break down and a reinforcement drill. The majority of the session will be point-play situations focusing around the shot of the day.

This is intended to be a fun and friendly yet competitive environment.

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