This program will focus on fundamental skill development with the art of dribbling and shooting.
Private tennis lessons are an excellent way to focus on individually specific tennis skills. Students will be able to spend 1-on-1 time with an instructor and break down the fundamentals of tennis. Instructors are also available as hitting partners to work on consistency and other aspects of the game. If two people are interested in taking lessons together, they can split the cost of a package. Anyone that is interested in starting a new lesson package will need to clear the instructor of choice with the Tennis Director.
These players have dependable strokes including directional control and depth. These players have a strong work ethic and are on a fitness program of their own to build strength and conditioning. It is expected that they play a minimum of 8 tournaments a year including the Midwest Qualifier. Session Dates March 6 – April 21…
These players are competitive minded. They have improved the dependability of strokes and are starting to exhibit some directional control, but still, lack depth and variety. Starting to develop some teamwork and communication in doubles. Fitness and athletic skills are a strong aspect of this class. Expected to play a minimum of 4 tournaments a…
These students must have taken the Challengers class or have pro approval to be in the class. These players are learning to judge where the ball is going and are fairly consistent when hitting medium paced shots. However, they are not comfortable with all the strokes and lack directional control. Session Dates March 6 -…
These students have basic strokes, know how to keep score, and have basic court positioning in singles and doubles. They can sustain a rally with someone of the same skill level.
This class is for students in High School who are just starting to play tennis or have very limited experience in the past.
This class is for kids in Junior High School who are just starting to play tennis or have very limited experience in the past.
These students may have some limited experience and are still working on getting the ball in play. At this stage, they are starting to play some “real” tennis on a modified court.
These students are beginner players. This class focuses on helping further develop the student’s athletic skills and adding basics of tennis, i.e. groundstrokes, serve, rules of play, and keeping score.