Junior Tennis Programs
Beginning January 7th
All classes are supervised by our professional tennis instructors.
Mon / Wed / Fri
Designed for beginners from 4 to 7 years of age. This half hour class is an introduction to tennis with emphasis on enjoyment and basic strokes.
*Register with Coach Chris LeGrand prior to workout.
This 1 and 1/2 hour tennis workout is taught by our expert staff of USPTA Pros with over 100 years of combined tennis experience! Players will rotate between coaches in each lesson. Each coach will focus on a specific skill enabling the player to optimize his tennis learning experience. Each workoutwill include focused instruction, MATCH PLAY, and fun activities with argeted tennis goals. Learn shot placement, appropriate strategic plays, and efficient court movement. Kids ages 7 to 18 of all levels from beginner to high intermediate are encouraged to participate. See the difference in your game! Drop In’s welcomed!
All workouts 4-6 kids per Tennis Pro
Tuesdat / Thursday
These advanced workouts will focus on solid tennis fundamentals, consistency, footwork and match play. Match play is done the first half of the session with workout drills the last half. The Workout drills include footwork and racquet to ball contact while running as well as specific ball placement. Emphasis will be placed on all skills to become a tournament player. Must have pro approval prior to registering for workout. Please contact Dan Johnston if you have any questions.
Tiny Tots: Designed for beginners from 4 to 7 years of age. This half hour class is an introduction to tennis with emphasis on enjoyment, and earning basic strokes. Contact Christiaan LeGrand to reserve your space at (310) 213–7670. * Registrations required.
Beginner: For players 7 years and older. This is a wonderful opportunity for your child’s first experience playing tennis. Your child will learn the fundamentals of forehands, backhands, volleys and serves. Emphasis is on learning to be consistent, and keeping the ball in play. Intro–duction to keeping score.
Intermediate: For the more consistent player, students must know how to hit forehands, backhands, serves, and other shots. The intermediate class is geared toward an introduction to strategy, shot placement, and moving into match play.
Advanced: Emphasis is on mastering shots, speed, depth, spins, consistency and versatility of game. Tournament level. Students should be pre–pared to work hard and be challenged. Pro approval is required to join the advanced workout.