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We offer a variety of Adult Tennis Programs that run weekly throughout the year. Whether you are new to tennis, focusing on a specific area of your game or just want to meet new people, we have a program for you! 

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For more information on Adult Tennis Programs at RSC, refer to our 2022 Adult Tennis Guide.

Player Assessments

To register for a program or round robin at the intermediate level or higher you will need to have a playing level saved on your account. Assessments run weekly or you can have a coach who has worked with you provide your assessment . You will notice that some programs are mixed levels, and some are just one level.

Player Assessments: Assessments are required for all Adult Intermediate and Advanced Tennis Programs for the fall 2022 season.

Assessments are 30 minutes and will run weekly every Thursday and Friday:

  • Thursday 6:00pm – 7:00pm
  • Friday 9:00am – 9:30am

Assessments are $10 per a person. Click HERE to register for an assessment. (*Note: To register, log-in to your Club Automation account and search for ‘Tennis Assessment’ under Group Activities.)

Program Descriptions

Instructional clinics designed to improve your technical/tactical skills through systematic instruction. Coaches will provide feedback and allow players to learn through a variety of drills and play opportunities.

Learn to Play Clinic (1.0-1.5): Designed for beginner tennis players who want to be introduced to the game and develop foundational skills. The course will use “Progressive Tennis” methodology which makes the game easier to play, more fun and will set you up for early success!

Novice Clinic (2.0-2.5):

Designed for players who have little experience but a basic understanding of the game. This course will allow players to improve their strokes and introduce strategy for both singles and doubles play.

Intermediate Clinic (3.0): Designed for players who are experienced and play regularly. Players should be able to play a match and possess the ability to serve, rally, volley, and keep score. This course will allow players to improve their consistency, stroke technique, and strategy in a variety of different scenarios.

High Intermediate Clinic (3.5): Designed for players who are experienced and play at a reasonably high level. Players should be very consistent and possess the ability to serve with spin, attack short balls, volley accurately, and understand positioning. This course will allow players to learn more advanced technique and strategy with the goal of playing smart aggressive tennis at the forefront.

Advanced Clinic (Level 4 +): Designed for players who have been playing for years and have a high skillset and a deep understanding of the game. Players should be extremely consistent, accurate, and possess the ability to create spin. This course will allow players to enhance their skills in all areas of the game. Players will receive lots of feedback that will allow them to play smarter tennis and win more matches.

Strokes of the Week
Strokes of the Week is a “Weekly Sign Up” Clinic that will allow players to focus on improving two specific shots (or tactics) per session!
This informative and fun clinic will allow players the opportunity to groove their strokes with lots of repetitions before applying the skills with live play

Registration for Strokes of the Week is Weekly: Deadline Tuesday before at 1PM.
Sep 14th – Top Spin Ground Strokes
Sep 21st – Volleys and Overheads
Sep 28th – Serve and Return
Oct 5th– Slice and Drop Shots
Oct 12th – Approach, Passing Shots, and Lobs
Oct 19th– When to Change Direction
Oct 26th – How to Beat a “Pusher”
Nov 2nd – Serve and Volley and Chip and Charge
Nov 9th – Doubles Strategy

High intensity 1 hour drill sessions to improve existing skills. Coaches will put players in realistic situations to ensure high volume training to help players improve their consistency and technique.
Playing Levels: Novice, Intermediate, High Intermediate, and Advanced

Practice and Play (4 Players Per Court)
High intensity 1.5-hour drill and play sessions that allow players to improve existing skills and then put them to the test in various game situations. This course is divided in 45-minute segments. 45 Practice and 45 Play!
Playing Levels: Intermediate, High Intermediate, and Advanced

Feeding Frenzy
Volume training to maximize repetitions on strokes.  Players can expect to hit hundreds of balls in various realistic scenarios, with the end goal of being a more consistent and confident player.
This program is available for Intermediate, High Intermediate, and Advanced players.

Doubles Round Robins (Weekly Sign Up)

Round Robins are a perfect way to play tennis with a variety of different partners and opponents in a low key, coach run environment. Players will play for 1.5 hours and rotate multiple times to ensure a nice mix. This is a great way for players to meet new hitting partners and tennis friends!

Playing Levels: Novice, Intermediate, High-Intermediate, Advanced

Match Play
Players will compete in weekly match play sessions with players at a similar level, in a competitive, coach run environment. Matches are one set, played with “No ADD scoring”. Players can typically expect to play 2 or 3 matches each week. 

Playing Levels: Novice, Intermediate, High-Intermediate, Advanced

Cardio Tennis
High intensity tennis drills designed to give you an amazing workout. Classes will include agility/movement drills and incorporate fitness training that ensures every second on the court is valuable. Don’t forget your water and a towel, you are going to need them!
Playing Levels: Novice, Intermediate, High-Intermediate, and Advanced

Happy Hour
Happy Hour is a staple at RSC and one of our most popular non-instructional programs. Players will compete in fun games for the entire hour. This is a great way to practice and work on a variety of skills in a fun and competitive environment. Some of the games that are played are King/Queen of the Court, Rush & Crush, Cisco’s Disco, Winners, Jeopardy, Beat the Pro and more!
Playing Levels: Intermediate, High-Intermediate, and Advanced

Program Dates for 2023

Session Dates Registration Date
Winter 1 January 9 – February 19, 2023 November 16, 2022
Winter 2 February 21 – March 26, 2023 November 16, 2022
Spring 1 April 3 – May 14, 2023 March 2, 2023
Spring 2 May 15 – June 18, 2023 March 2, 2023
Summer 1 June 26 – July 23, 2023 May 25, 2023
Summer 2 July 24 – August 27, 2023 May 25, 2023
Fall 1 TBD TBD
Fall 2 TBD TBD
Fall 3 TBD TBD