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Red Ball Clinic



On a 36 foot court, beginner and intermediate students in this class will work on rallying, tactical skills and understanding the game.

Monday and Wednesday : 5:45-6:30pm

Contact Steve Green

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Orange Ball Clinic



On a 60 foot court, Students will learn to rally and play using the Orange Ball Format and age-appropriate equipment. 

Monday & Wednesday: 6:30pm-7:30pm

Contact Coach Steve Green 

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Novice Beginner Clinics



Basic tennis strokes, strategy and rules are taught with the emphasis on technique and building a lasting interest in the sport.

Monday & Wednesday: 5:30-6:30pm


Contact Coach Rod Andrew

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Rising Stars Clinics



Lessons will include positioning, technique and mastery of basic strokes: forehand; backhand; serve; volley, as well as match play.

Tuesday and Thursday: 6:30-7:30pm

Contact Coach Steve Green

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Tournament Player Clinics



Each class has been sculpted to deliver the best possible results for students interested in Junior Tournaments and progressing competitively within the sport.

Tuesday and Thursday: 6:00-8:00pm - Summer Hours

Tuesday and/or Thursday : 4:30-6:30pm- School Year Hours

Contact Rod Andrew

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Red, Yellow, Orange and Green Dot



10&Under Tennis is rapidly growing throughout the United States and Europe, and for a good reason. The USTA has released specific recommendations for differently aged (and skilled) players. Although every student is an individual and there can always be exceptions to the rule; the USTA has done extensive research proving the benefits of court-size reduction and ball decompression regarding Junior Player Development.

USTA Junior Court Recommendations



The reason for using specially-sized courts is to improve a young players core game much more rapidly. These recommendations specify ages and development ranges in order for the parents and/or coaches to make the most informed decisions possible when placing the student on the court. Students who begin their tennis careers on the appropriate sized courts, with the appropriate tennis ball generally experience a higher level of success and less frustration than those who choose not to.

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