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Juniors Class Descriptions
Red 1 (5-8 years old) – Introducing tennis and start of a tennis pathway. Enhancing motor skills, balance and hand eye coordination. They are taught all the basic strokes in a fun and safe environment.
Red 2 (5-8 years old) – Continuation of coordination, agility and balance. Kids in this class has to maintain 5 shot rally with a serve (maybe start with underhand serve or trophy position serve). Here they will be taught different match formats and score keeping. Score keeping is 2 out of 3 7point tiebreaks
Orange 1 (9 and under) – Beginner entry level. Basic strokes, scoring formats, proper grips emphasized and manage to hold a rally within service box. Goal is to get the players to be able to hit from the 60’ line
Orange 2 (9 and under)– Advancement from orange ball 1. Players should be able to hold a consistent rally of6 or more and be able to start with a full motion serve. Players need to compete in match play and know the rules of the game. Pathway here is to be able to compete orange ball tournament. 2 out of 3, 4 game format with no ad scoring should be emphasized with the 3rd set playing 7-point tiebreaker
Green 1 (10-12 years old) – 24”-27” racquets (depending on size of student). Students are taught full court tennis with understanding rules of tennis, score keeping and learning to compete. Proper grips, footwork and spin is emphasized.
Green 2 (10-12 years old) – 24-27” racquets (depending on size of students). Students should be able to compete in match play in this level. Many drills/point play will be based on tactics and understanding of competition. Proper grips, footwork and spin should be set in place in this group
Yellowball 1 (13-17 years old)– This is an introductory program that will educate the players on the rules of tennis and important key points in developing/sustaining a rally.
Yellowball 2 (13-17 years old) – focus on footwork, proper grips, emphasize spin and point development helping them compete for matchplay. Class is geared for HS students or students wanting to start playing tournaments
Youth Intro (8-12 years old): Designed for young players with no or limited tennis experience. The focus is on learning overall athletic abilities and tennis specific skills.
Teen Intro (12-17 years old): Designed for teen players with no, or limited, tennis experience. The focus is on learning overall athletic abilities and tennis specific skills.
UTR (2-3)– Players developing a strong foundation and showing the commitment needed to become a competitive tournament player. At this stage, players have successfully transitioned into yellow balls and are expected to be competing locally with frequency.
UTR (3-5)– Players have a sound technical base overall and are able to sustain focus and intensity consistently. At this stage, players are competing in local and section tournaments consistently.
Adult Tennis Class Descriptions
Intro Class (1.0) – Introductory class for players who are new to tennis. Program is designed to teach rules and basic strokes of the game. Green balls may be used to enhance liveball play.
Level-up Drill (2.0) – This class is designed with more game based play with the understanding of strategic play and doubles positioning. Strokes are more refined with the proper grips and spin development.
Drill (2.5-3.0) – Levels of players here are 2.5-3.0. In this group players work on specific movement, strokes or play tactic and summed up in live ball play.
Drill & Play (3.5) – Levels of players must be 3.5 in this group players are drilled for the first hour (doubles strategy) and play for the last 1/2 hour.
Adult High Performance (4.0-4.5) – This is an advanced level group. Players are drilled for the first hour (doubles strategy) and play for the last 1/2 hour. Ratio 4:1
CP Zone (2.0+) – 1.5hr of high impact rotating doubles games. No drills and instruction limited.
Cardio (2.5+) – High impact circuit training with the use of apparatus and possibly with upbeat music pumping during the class.
Adult Leagues – Adult League run by Cathie Delaney. Players are sent out to their courts where they play doubles and keep track of scores.
Congratulations to the winners of our December Holiday Tennis Challenge!
First Place – Michael Feld
Second Place: Christine Ryu
Third Place: Sal Calabro and Yibang Liu
For more information, contact [email protected] or call 718-269-7262.