Stonebriar Country Club
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Stonebriar Junior Tennis
Be part of a tennis program that is developing junior players through a foundation on sound skills and techniques. Through our junior staff of USPTA Professionals your junior will receive help to achieve their tennis goals through our intense drills, physical training, mental toughness, and monitored match play. The staff at Stonebriar has many years of experience working with all ages from eight and under, red ball levels, to High School competitive USTA players.
Quick-Start 1: Designed for the true beginner ages 4-5. This age group will play on a 36-ft. court with a low-compression ball that moves slower, bounces lower, and travels less distance than traditional tennis balls. Focus is on coordination skills.
Quick-Start 2: Designed for ages 6-7. Second year introductory tennis for players with better ball sense and better technique. Emphasis will be on Serve, Rally, and Score. They will use the red ball on a 36-ft court.
Jr. Development: This introductory level is for first year tennis players ages 8-10. The focus is on Technique, Serve, Rally, and Score. They will play on a 60-ft. court with a low-compression orange ball that moves faster and travels farther than balls used for the younger group. This ball is the official USTA 10-and-under tournament ball.
Jr. Academy 1: Designed for the 12 and under player transitioning from the Quick Start courts to the full-sized courts that has a basic understanding of stroke mechanics. Every session involves Drills, Match/Point play and Fitness. Recommended minimum of two days per week. Should be complemented with private lessons.
Jr. Academy 2: Designed for the 13 and under tournament player transitioned from the Quick Start courts to the full-sized courts that have a basic understanding of stroke mechanics. Every session involves Drills, Match/Point play, strategy and Fitness. Recommended minimum of two days per week. Should be complemented with private lessons and outside school tournament play at least once every 2 months.
Academy: Designed for the committed and advanced tournament player who plays full sized courts. Stroke mechanics, game development, conditioning, and match strategies. Intermediate to advanced juniors participating in tournaments or starting to play tournaments. Every session involves Drills, Match/Point Play and Fitness. Recommended minimum of two days per week. Should be complemented with private lessons and outside school tournament play at least once every 2 months.