Wimbledon 109 Tennis School consists of three, multi week sessions. Tennis lessons are available seven days a week at hours convenient to juniors and adults alike. Our Tennis Professionals are here to provide tennis instruction to all ability levels. We offer private, semi-private and group lessons as well as a comprehensive Junior Development program. Membership at Wimbledon 109 is not required to enroll in the Tennis School. The advantage of our Tennis School is that students have the same instructor at the same time and on the same day each week. The student can progress and grow with consistency through the session and then have the opportunity to either move up or continue to work on specific areas.
Junior Travel Team:
Ages 11 to 14, Yellow Ball. Practices and matches are played on Saturdays. Applications are available for download from the menu on the right. Please contact Joe Holland with any questions! Joe’s email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiny Tots (Age 4-5):
This program introduces tennis at a young age. Hand-eye coordination and basic stroke development is emphasized. Age appropriate equipment such as small nets, small racquets, and large foam balls are utilized to build confidence and skill. Making tennis fun is a priority as basic tennis skills are introduced in a fun, positive environment.
Introduction to Tennis (Ages 6-8):
This program is for students with no or little tennis experience looking to learn the basics of tennis. Using smaller racquets, nets, and courts and larger tennis balls allows students to achieve success and confidence.
Junior Development I (Ages 9-10):
This program is for players moving up from Introduction to Tennis and for older beginner players. This class uses an orange ball which is a standard size ball but is lighter and bounces lower. Lessons are taught on a midsize court with a regulation net. Players will continue working on a stroke technique and rallying skills.
Junior Development II (Ages 11-12):
This program is for players moving up from Junior Development I. lessons are taught on a regulation court and the regular standard tennis ball is introduced. Players continue to work on stroke development, positioning, foot work, and return skills.
Junior Development III (Ages 12+):
This program is for intermediate and advanced players whose goal is to compete in USTA tournaments or join their high school tennis team. Regulation courts, nets, and tennis balls are used. Continuing stroke development, foot work, positioning, and tactical skills.
The Competitive Training Academy:
The Competitive Training Academy is split into two different groups. CT1 is designed for the player 11-13 years old. They are playing full court with a standard yellow ball. The player will have match experience but not yet started competing in USTA tournaments. CT2 is designed for the players 14 and up. They have high school playing experience and or have participated in USTA tournaments. Two classes will be run like a clinic and the third class will be a pro monitored round robin. Participation in USTA tournaments is highly recommended.