Tennis - Teen/Adult USTA Tennis Lessons
Take United States Tennis Association-led tennis lessons with us.
Learn the Game (new/novice)
This USTA-led program taught by a certified tennis professional will help brand-new and novice students (ages 13 and up) develop tennis fundamentals (e.g. ground strokes, serve, volley) through a fun play-to-learn style of learning tennis. Students also will practice match play and learn about sportsmanship, etiquette and game rules. Students need to bring a racket and should wear comfortable clothes and appropriate athletic shoes.
Play the Game (advanced beginners/intermediate)
This USTA-led program taught by a certified tennis professional will help advanced beginner and intermediate students (ages 13 and up) improve their current tennis game (e.g. ground strokes, serve, volley) through a fun play-to-learn style of learning tennis. Students also will practice match play and learn game strategies. Students need to bring a racket and should wear comfortable clothes and appropriate athletic shoes.
The below information is for Session 2.
- Age Group(s): Male and female players ages 13 and older
- Date(s): Tuesdays, Aug. 6-Sept. 10, 2019; or Thursdays, Aug. 8-Sept. 12, 2019
- Time(s): Learn the Game: 6-7 p.m.; Play the Game: 7-8 p.m.
- Location(s): WinterPlace Park
- Program Fee(s): $66/session. Maximum of 10 students/class.
- Contact: Allen Swiger, 410-548-4900 x108 or email@example.com
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