If weather permits, Junior Competitive Groups classes may be held outdoors. In the case of inclement weather, classes will move indoors. Players must commit to all 7 weeks, and drop-ins are not offered at this time. Players may choose to attend 1, 2 or 3 days per week at designated times slots each of those days. With permission from instructors, players may do make-ups on days they are not registered.
We request players 10 years & older have no guests. Ages 9 & under may have one adult per child.
Junior Memberships are available for $75/year which provide reduced rates for lessons and court time.
Please contact us at (810) 987-6868 or via email at email@example.com to register for Junior Competitive Groups. The following forms are required for participation:
Junior Competitive Groups
Our Junior Competitive program is for players preparing for or involved in competitive tennis. Drills and games focus on strokes, footwork, strategy, and match play. Younger players follow the Stages of Play in the USTA’s (United States Tennis Association) Youth Progression program. Visit our Junior Player Progression page which illustrates the concepts of the program.
Groups are organized by age and ability based on the USTA’s Youth Progression program. Progression through the program gives players the ability to transition through tennis based on age and size with appropriate balls, rackets and court dimensions. This develops a strong foundation for players to sharpen their skills and love of the game while achieving success through each step of the program.
Orange Ball, 60/78 ft Court
Players with intermediate stroke and movement skills will improve racket and ball control while learning point construction and game strategy.
Green Ball, 78 ft Court
Players with advanced proficiency in technique, movement, and positioning will improve consistency and control. They will learn spins, placement, and advanced
singles & doubles strategy.
High School/Junior High School
Players with intermediate stroke technique & movement will develop court positioning and ball control while refining technique, strategy and point construction.
Advanced tournament players will improve consistency & court strategy. Match-play drills, games and situational point play will help players build offensive weapons and improve footwork & conditioning.
Players motivated for advanced levels of competition (tournaments, college) will emphasize stroke production, footwork & conditioning, match play tactics, improved shot-making, consistency and mental game (critical thinking, sportsmanship, determination, attitude).
SESSION 1: September 13 – October 30, 2021
SESSION 2: November 1 – December 18, 2021
SESSION 3: January 3 – February 19, 2022
SESSION 4: February 21 – April 9, 2022
SESSION 5: April 11 – May 21, 2022 (6 weeks)
Tour, High School, Jr High School
Mon/Wed 4-6pm & Sat 8-10am
Excellence (Green Ball), Development (Orange Ball)
Tues/Thurs 4-6pm & Sat 8-10am
Players must commit to all 7 weeks (6 weeks for Session 5).
Players may choose to attend 1, 2, or 3 days.
With permission from instructors, players may do make-ups on days they
are not registered. Drop-ins are not offered at this time.
Players will be separated by ability level.
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