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From the age of 10 to the high school level, our lessons will enhance performance with tournament training, sharpen strategy through drill and play classes, and cultivate friendly competition with in-house leagues at Heritage Tennis Club. Our ratio for students and instructor is 6 to 1. This is also the same for the structure of the number of participants per court.
Introduces and practices the tennis basics including volleys, forehand and backhand ground strokes, serves, match play, sportsmanship and footwork. Students need to bring a tennis racquet to class. This is a great class for those picking up tennis a bit later in life.
This program will develop consistency and improving stroke technique, match play, sportsmanship and footwork. Students need to bring a tennis racquet to class.This is the next level of development for those that have had some tennis instruction.
Intermediate Drill & Match Play
This program is designed to develop consistency and improving stroke technique with an emphasis on power and placement. It is a 90 minute class where half of the time will be spent on drilling, and the other half will be spent on both singles and doubles strategies. All play will be with the regular "Yellow" Ball and students must have knowledge of proper score keeping. In-House supervised round robins are strongly recommended as this student is starting to get serious about the sport and giving consideration for playing on their high school team.
High School Drill & Match Play
This is a two hour class for students that are currently on or trying out for their high school varsity teams. Students will be separated on court based on playing ability .Fitness will be emphasized with this program along with proper court positioning for singles and doubles match play. The time will be divided with one hour of drills, and one hour of supervised point play. Strategy for both singles and doubles will be key with assisting these players to play their best at the high school level.
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