2019 Winter Session One (8 Weeks-) November 4 to December 28
Youth Clinics Registration
West Campus - Rock Creek Park Tennis Center
Beginner Level Clinics
Junior Level Clinics
Advance Junior Level Clinics
Coach Matt Townes Clinics
Green Dot Juniors
Advanced Tournament Level
Coach Fred McNair V
2020 Youth Summer Camp - Full & Half Days
Information Coming Early February 2020
Our RED camp introduces 4-8 year-old children to the game of tennis through a variety of fun, skill-building activities. Players learn the fundamental stroke production and the “ABC’s” of tennis (Agility, Balance and Coordination). Participants will use appropriate sized racquets, balls and play on 36ft courts. Each week will have its own character development theme and will incorporate both on court and off court education.
Our ORANGE camp creates an environment for juniors 8-10 where emphasis is placed on improving their tennis, character and overall athleticism. Each week will have its own character development theme. Throughout the week, the children will work on developing technique, accuracy, movement and tactics on a 60’ court. This camp is recommended for those players who are Orange 1or Orange 2 level based on United States Tennis Association’s (USTA) Youth Progression.
Our GREEN camp is designed for those juniors ages 11-17 who are developing their games and express an interest in playing Junior Team tennis, middle and high school tennis and/or playing entry level tournaments. Player’s proficiency will be assessed daily by coaches regarding transitioning players from green ball to yellow ball. Mornings will focus on drill-based coaching, while afternoons will be centered around match play giving campers opportunities to practice their game under the guidance of coaches.
This camp is designed for juniors 10-18 who aspire to obtain a district, sectional and/or national ranking. Daily court assignments are determined by challenge match results (players performance) not by age. Players will focus on techniques and conditioning in the mornings and work on strategy, point-play and organized match play in the afternoons. Coaches will stress proper footwork, shot selection, situational point-play, physical, and mental fitness and maximum effort at all times. Players will also rotate through classroom sessions in the afternoon for video-based training and mental conditioning.