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