Red level or Quick Start Program is designed for 5-7 years old kids and enables them to learn the basics of tennis through a series of fun activities based on the fundamental areas of balance, coordination, agility, movement and racket and ball skills. They learn the basics of tennis such as forehand, backhand, volley, serve and footwork. The Coach uses basic teaching tools like cones, vertical and horizontal targets, athletic ladder, rings.
Players train in a minimum group of 3 and a maximum of 10 players per court. The class is 2 hours long where players have more time to work on speed, agility, flexibility, balance, tactics and technique, and tournaments recommended. This age group is beginner and players play on 36’ long and 48’ wide courts, use red balls and 19-23 inch rackets. The focus is about making it as much fun as possible during tennis lessons. The game-based approach is used.
The most important focus of this stage is to emphasize fun and enjoyment when playing tennis. While participating in other sports to develop fundamental motor skills, the child begins to show a preference for tennis as his/her sport of choice. The child enjoys and acquires basic tennis skills while playing progressive tennis. At the end of this stage, the child’s foundation and skill competencies achieved will be a good indicator in regards to the child’s likelihood of possessing the abilities to progress recreationally or competitively.
Example of the skills taught in the Red level group :
- Develop fundamental movement skills.
- Develop fundamental motor skills.
- Explore the optimal windows of trainability for speed and suppleness (flexibility).
- Develop basic tennis skills (technical/tactical).
- Acquire psychological skills (ability to focus, emotional control, positive attitude,
- Commitment & effort).
- Introduce the rules of the game and tennis ethics.
- Introduce decision-making.
Orange level or Quick Pro Tennis program is designed for 7 – 9 year old kids. This age group is beginner and players . The focus is about making it as much fun as possible during tennis lessons. The game-based approach is used. For Future professional and college players preparation stage, the coach uses advanced teaching materials such as agility ladders, skipping ropes, vertical and horizontal targets, medicine and Swiss balls. Fitness classes introduced. The orange tennis group is a beginner and plays on 60’ long and 21’ wide courts, use orange balls and 21-25 inch rackets. The focus is about making it as much fun as possible during tennis lessons. The game-based approach is used.
Players play in a minimum group of 3 and maximum of 10 per court .The class is 2 hours long for this age group and allows players to train on different skill motors. The focus of this stage is building physical literacy through continued development of tennis skills moving from progressive tennis to full court during the latter part of the developing stage. This is the ideal time to learn, further develop and consolidate tennis skills. Participants continue to participate in a variety of sports to develop the versatility required for tennis. During this stage, the player will continually demonstrate competence in the identified physical, technical, tactical and psychological skills that will indicate whether he/she should participate in the competition or recreation stream. The development of perception skills is fundamental to long-term success in the sport.
Further develop and consolidate all fundamental tennis competencies (technical, tactical) in match play. Develop basic psychological skills (ability to focus, emotional control, effort/determination, positive attitude). Develop basic competitive skills through learning.
Green level or future pro tennis program is designed for 9- 10 years old kids and enables them to learn tennis through a series of more fun activities .When developing, the coach uses more advanced teaching skills like speed, agility, flexibility, balance, tactics and technique. and tournaments recommended. Players train for 2 hours in a minimum group of 3 players and a maximum of 10 players per court .This green tennis group plays on 78’’ long and 21’ wide courts, use the green dot balls and junior rackets.
This is a critical stage of development for the athlete/tennis player, as it sets the foundation for learning to be a competitive junior. In addition, this stage can determine if an athlete has an opportunity to compete at a high international level in the future. This is the stage where “you make or break an athlete” by doing the right things at the right time of the athlete’s development. The development of perception skills is fundamental to long-term success in the sport. Players, parents, and coaches can work on these skills both on and off the court.
This section Monitors player’s growth spurt through frequent anthropometric measurements in order to optimize the development of flexibility, speed, strength and aerobic endurance in all the physical skills. Consolidate learned skills from practice and apply in competitive situations. Balance the increase in training demands with lifestyle issues. Become increasingly competent in the selection and care of tennis equipment. Continue to develop and refine technical skills in practice. Consolidate a specific game style emphasizing the execution of skills in a game situation.
10 & Under Clinic Rates
Family Discount Clinic Rates
If you have need to receive a quote ask one of our coaches for an estimate
|The first clinic a player attends||50% off the class|
|Family member discount
(applies to all additional family member’s clinics attending classes)
|15% off one student’s package and drop in fee|
|Friend Referral||15% off one clinic
for the person who is referring the clinic to their friend.
|10 mins||Warm up|
|10 mins||Racquet warm up|
|40 mins||Skill development|
|10 mins||Snack break|
|35 mins||Game development|
|10 mins||Cool down game|
|05 mins||Wrap up|
|4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
9:00 am -11:00 am
|4:00pm – 6:00pm
9:00am – 11:00am
|4:00pm – 6:00pm
11:00am – 1:00pm