- Groveport Tennis Academy 2020
Groveport Tennis Academy
The Groveport Rec Center is excited to be able to offer our Summer Session of the Groveport Tennis Academy. Please see the updated flyer that includes updated times and the Tennis Lesson Guidelines due to COVID-19, which is required to be signed for each participant..
The Groveport Recreation Department is offering high quality tennis instruction for juniors (3 ½ years and up) and adults at an affordable price. Clinics are available for beginners through tournament level and league players. Let Chris Brown-Borden, USPTA Certified Teaching Professional and former Assistant Head Pro of New Albany Country Club, introduce you to the game or further your knowledge and skills. Quick Start Instruction will be used with Juniors. All lessons will take place at Groveport’s Degenhart Park located at 355 Lesleh Ave., Groveport. If you have any questions please contact Chris at (614)282-4779 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A minimum of 3 registered participants for class to run, additional sections will be added when possible with 3 on the waiting list. Racquets will be available to borrow for junior clinics up to age 12. Adult size racquets are available to purchase after opportunity to try various demo racquets. Space is limited, please register early.
Groveport Tennis Academy Spring and Summer 2020 Flyer- UPDATED 6/4/2020
Groveport Tennis Academy Tennis Lesson Guidelines - Required signature for all participants
|Who:||Ages 3.5 - Adult|
|Time / Fee:||Varies Per Class|
June 9 - July 29, 2020
|Summer Registration:||Through June 8 (Late Registrations will be accepted if
space is available. A $5 late fee may apply.
614-282-4779 / email@example.com
Ages: 3.5 - 6 Yrs. Racquet Size: 21". Skills introduced: ground strokes, volleys, footwork, combination drills & movement. This program is a fun way for children to be introduced to tennis at a young age. Quick Start Instruction will be used and each week one new skill will be added. At the end of the session, children will know how to hit the basic strokes with some movement to the ball.
Rip & Rally
Ages: 7 - 9 Yrs. Racquet Size: 23" or 25". Skills introduced: All components of Little Tennis, plus correct grips, hitting from the baseline, approach shots, overheads, intro. to serving, positioning on court, beginning to rally & scoring. Rip & Rally is a continuation from Little Tennis or a great way for 7 - 9 year olds to learn beginning tennis. Quick Start Instruction will be used to effectively move to the ball with the goal to be able to rally a ball with the pro by the end of the season.
Ages: 10 - 12 Yrs. Racquet Size: 25" or 26". Skills introduced: All components of Little Tennis and Rip & Rally, plus serving proficiency, rallying from baseline & returning a serve. Focus will be on developing proper technique taught by utilizing Quick Start Instruction. Serving & returning are also major components at this level. The main goal is to have a strong foundation and ability to play tennis with someone equal to their ability.
Ages: 13 Yrs.+. Racquet Size: 27". All basic stokes are introduced, along with scoring, grips, strategy, rallying & positioning on the court.Tennis 101 is a great clinic for teens/adults who want to learn how to play tennis with other beginners their own age. It is also geared towards adults who have never played or who used to play, but want to refresh their skills. The goal at end of the season is to be able to play tennis correctly with someone of same ability.
Drill & Play
Ages: Teen & adult players who can keep a consistent rally. All fundamentals of the game will be covered, along with singles & doubles strategy. Designed for high school ability players to tournament players who would like a combination of drills, as well as time for competitive play. Half of session will be drills, half of session will be play. Drills will be theme-based and will change weekly. Participants will practice a specific shot and then use it immediately during an actual match.
Junior USTA Team
For players who can consistently serve and know the rules and etiquette of the game. Juniors will play either singles or doubles against other tennis clubs. Home and away matches will be played. Matches will begin in June and typically run 5 to 6 weeks. A membership to USTA must be purchased. Additional fee will be required for summer matches. All players must contact Chris Borden-Brown before registering for approval.
12 & Under Beginner Level
14 & Under Intermediate Level