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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.

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Class Descriptions

Quick-Start 1:  Designed for the true beginner ages. 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 introductory tennis strokes and coordination skills.

Quick-Start 2:  Designed for the player with some tennis experience with ball sense and better technique. Emphasis will be on serve, rally, and score. They will use the orange ball on a 60-ft court.

Junior Development:  Designed for the level of tennis players with some years of experience. 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.

Junior Academy 3:  Designed for the intermediate/advanced orange-ball tournament player with some years of playing experience. Recommended minimum of four hours of court time weekly consisting of: clinics, private lessons, school tennis, outside match play and tournament play at least every other month. The focus is on stroke mechanics, game planning, shot location and conditioning.

Junior Academy 2:  Designed for the advanced green-ball tournament player with some years of playing experience. Recommended minimum of four hours of court time weekly consisting of: clinics, private lessons, school tennis, outside match play and tournament play at least every other month. The focus is on stroke mechanics, game planning, shot location and conditioning.

Junior Academy 1:  Designed for the intermediate tournament player with some playing experience. Recommended minimum of six hours of court time weekly consisting of: clinics, private lessons, school tennis, outside match play and tournament play at least once a month. The focus is on stroke mechanics, game planning, shot location and selection, conditioning, and match strategies.

Academy 2:  Designed for the intermediate tournament player with a couple years of playing experience. Recommended minimum of eight hours of court time weekly consisting of: clinics, private lessons, school tennis, outside match play and tournament play at least once a month. The focus is on stroke mechanics, game planning, shot location and selection, conditioning, and match strategies.

Academy 1:  Designed for the advanced tournament player with years of playing experience. Recommended minimum of ten hours of court time weekly consisting of: clinics, private lessons, school tennis, outside match play and tournament play at least once a month. The focus is on stroke mechanics, game planning, shot location and selection, conditioning, and match strategies.