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We are working on opening new programs to accommodate our waiting list 
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JUNIOR TENNIS INSTRUCTION               FOR PLAYERS AGED 4 TO 17 YEARS OLD

​This is a new international trend in developing young players. Just like in many sports, the game is scaled appropriately for the size of the child. Players in the Progressive Tennis Programs use scaled down racquets, courts and balls. Our coaches will let players know when they have sufficiently mastered the skills to progress into the competitive programs.

 

Parents and tots tennis 4-5 years old                                         The Art of Teaching Tennis with Storytelling!

This stage of development is to promote the love of physical activity while laying the foundation for future enjoyment of tennis. Participants learn moving patterns, balance and coordination while having fun doing a variety of physical activities using the appropriate modified progressive tennis equipment.

 

Kids FUNdamentals 6-8 years old

General Objectives:
• Further develop fundamental movement and motor skills.
• Explore the optimal windows of trainability for speed and suppleness (flexibility).
• Develop basic tennis skills (technical/tactical/psychological).
• Acquire ability to focus, emotional control, positive attitude,commitment & effort).
• Introduce the rules of the game and tennis ethics and decision-making.                     

 

Junior FUNdamentals 9-12 years old

General Objectives
• Consolidate learned skills from practice and apply in competitive situations.
• Balance the increase in training demands with lifestyle issues
• Continue to develop and refine technical skills in practice, consolidate a specific game style emphasizing the execution of skills in a game situation.
• Develop necessary decision making skills to practice and compete effectively.

 

Teen FUNdamentals 13-17 years old

General Objectives
• Monitor player’s growth spurt through frequent anthropometric measurements in order to optimize the development of flexibility, speed, strength and aerobic endurance in all the physical skills.
• Consolidate learned skills from practice and apply in competitive situations.
• Balance the increase in training demands with lifestyle issues.
• Become increasingly competent in the selection and care of tennis equipment.
• Continue to develop and refine technical skills in practice.