Junior classes are designed to teach a player the broad skills it takes to play the game of tennis at a competitive level.
Levels 1 – 5
Match play is designed to develop goal-setting skills, independent practice skills and develop the player’s ability to play matches more effectively. Levels 2 – 5
Private lessons can be a supplement for players needing extra help in specific areas.
Parent meetings keep communication lines open between parents and coaches.
Practice - Booking courts, ball machine, hitting on the wall, Adopt-a-Junior and Rallyers are all programs to help a player’s development. More information on these programs will be coming soon. Levels 2 – 5
Fitness elements are designed to improve athletic skills. More intensely focused efforts will be required at the higher levels.
Tournament training teams are designed to dive deeper into a player’s game. To develop and refine a player’s specific skills that match the player's style. Level 3 – 5
Team tennis matches give a player a chance to gain more experience in competing against other quality competitors. We want our players to push each other knowing that when my teammate becomes better, I become better. Level 3 – 5
Developmental plans are roadmaps to a player’s goals. They are communication tools between the parents, coach and player. They include information on the developmental team leader, player evaluation, long term vision, strategy/game style, tactical considerations, technical development, emotional/psychological development, scheduling/periodization, physical development, and goal setting. Level 4 – 5