Tennis Clinics are the best way to develop your tennis skills, tactical knowledge and correct specific issues ...
... of your tennis game. Our tennis clinics contain specific programs for adults, juniors, and kids. Tennis clinic programs perfectly connect to our tennis camps, allowing you to further develop the momentum that you gained at the camp.
We cater each age category with a respective set of focused clinics programs. Beginning with programs for kids (10 & Under) and Juniors, up to tennis clinics for adults.
Just choose the right program for your needs and register through our automated booking system.
Our Adult Live Ball Clinic is taught by an Elite USPTA Coach and former ATP touring Pro.
The 60-minute session is designed for doubles-style game play to Improve your tennis strokes, consistency, and placement of the ball. Players will learn to create topspin, improve foot positioning, and solidify good form. Live ball is a great way for players to develop competitive and tactical use of lobs, overheads, approach shots, and volleys for net play action.
Our Adult Cardio Clinic is taught by an Elite USPTA Coach and former ATP touring Pro. The 60-minute session is designed for Cardio Tennis and is a fun group activity that combines tennis with a high-energy cardio-vascular workout. The program includes warm-up, cardio workout, and cool down phases and is designed for anybody regardless of tennis skill level. The phases allow the participates to burn more calories within short cycles of high intensity workout and periods of rest, similar to interval training.
Our Adult Strokes Clinic is taught by an Elite USPTA Coach and former ATP touring Pro. The 60-minute session focuses on strokes that include forehand, backhand, volley, overhead, serve, and rallying as you meet new friends and get into shape. This high impact clinic is focused on repetition in a fast-paced group setting. Players can expect to be challenged physically.
Our Juniors Live Ball Clinic is taught by an Elite USPTA Coach and former ATP touring Pro.
The 60-minute clinic is a doubles style format for beginners to lower intermediate players who have previous tennis experience. This class is designed for players to test their skills with live point play action, strategy and competitive games. Players will develop tactical use of lobs, overheads, approach shots and volleys.
Our Juniors Grand Slam Clinic is taught by an Elite USPTA Coach and former ATP touring Pro. The 60-minute session is designed for high performance players wishing to take their game to the next level. Emphasis is on aggressive and consistent play with high speed balls while perfecting strokes, strategy, proper footwork, as well as mental game. A great way for existing varsity players and or tournament players to take their game to the next level.
Our Juniors Big Hitter Clinic is taught by an Elite USPTA Coach and former ATP touring Pro. The 60-minute session is designed for players who have demonstrated clean strokes and are wanting to perfect strategy and progressions in a high impact atmosphere going from defense to offense, attacking the net, and putting those short balls away. (Not recommended for satellite players).
Our Youth Pee Wee Clinic is taught by our 10 and Under USPTA certified Tennis Pro.
This clinic is a fun engaging introduction to tennis using a myriad of colorful teaching aids. Students learn basic tennis fundamentals including stroke basics, eye hand coordination, movements and balance. Parents participation is encouraged! The clinic uses low compression balls with scaled nets and court dimensions to optimize the learning experience.
Our Youth Hot Shots For Begginers Clinic is taught by our 10 and Under USPTA certified Tennis Pro. The clinics teaches players to conquer the basic skills needed to play along with an introduction to strategy and court sense for singles and doubles. Players should know the basic knowledge of footwork, scoring and the ability to rally consistently.
Kids will learn new tennis strokes and have fun through skill-building games and engaging activities. Youth players develop hand-eye coordination, learn to keep the ball in play, and begin developing the basic strokes of tennis including the forehand, backhand, volley and overheads. Some tennis experience is necessary.