Junior Programs

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Junior Tennis Programs

 

Junior Development Program

For the beginner to advanced beginner player

Our Junior Development Tennis Programs are designed to stimulate and challenge children of all levels, age groups and abilities. Our future Champions will learn more than how to hit a tennis ball, they will learn how to have fun playing the game of tennis.

Our professionals use drills, games, and instructional teaching aids so children will learn simple tasks, then move onto more challenging exercises. Every segment quickly builds confidence, focus and consistency. Junior players will also work on physical conditioning to include proper warm-ups, stretching, footwork, balance, strength and endurance.

Our Junior Development Programs (ages 4-10) are centered on the theory of graduated length instruction and progressions employed by most sports. Racquets, nets, tennis courts and even balls are modified to the appropriate sizes for maximum control and comfort. This accelerates the learning process and produces lasting results in the child’s stroke development and focus. With experience and age, kids then graduate to regulation size courts and equipment.

Returning students and advanced players will concentrate on match simulation drills and strategy for both singles and doubles play. Physical conditioning for enhanced speed, balance and power will also be implemented this season. Our teaching staff is trained under the USPTA guidelines.
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Tennis Tots (Ages 3-4)

This program introduces the exciting game of tennis to children. Constant activity, colorful teaching aids, exercises and fun games help keep children stimulated. This program teaches team work while improving concentration and motor learning development.

5:1 student/pro ratio.

 

Super Stars (Ages 5-7)

Our Super Stars program introduces and refines tennis skills. First timers will work on tennis stroke fundamentals and enhancement skills of the forehand, backhand, approach shot, volley, serve and return of serve. Players also will learn scoring, court awareness and learn to build a solid foundation of consistency, placement, spins and power.

5:1 student/pro ratio.

 

Future Stars (Ages 08-12)

Our goal is to create a more challenging and social interactive program for those kids working their way up from Super Stars Tennis. We combine groups of the same age and level from our neighboring courts to participate in team drills, fun exercises and tennis games. This further enhances and speeds up the learning experience while building good communication, teamwork and improved tennis skills.

5:1 student/pro ratio.
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Kick-Start Junior Academy Program 

For the intermediate to advanced player

Tournament I

Program Objectives

The goal of Tournament I program is to continue the development of players through match play experience and cooperative drills at the intermediate level prior to progressing players to advanced tournament and high school varsity team play. Participants will be provided the opportunity to learn and grow in the game of tennis as well as develop positive social skills.

The Pure Tennis professional coaching staff is committed to accomplishing JVCT objectives through:

Instruction and reinforcement of advanced beginner to intermediate tennis technique through staff instruction. Players will learn advanced techniques for forehand and backhand ground strokes, forehand and backhand volleys, serves, lobs and overheads, as well as offensive and defensive strategies.

• Players will demonstrate and practice singles and doubles play through a combination of cooperative drills and on court tennis games.

• Players will be instructed in the area of match play. They will learn pressure point situations and will practice learned principles through simulated match play.

• Players will be taught the importance of good sportsmanship. Good sportsmanship enhances a player’s ability to perform well and to maintain self-control. It affords players the opportunity to exhibit self-respect and respect for others. Good sportsmanship allows for the development of friendships. Learning the rules and etiquette of the game of tennis demonstrates a further commitment to good sportsmanship.

Tournament I Structure

The Tournament I program meets twice weekly 5:30-7:00pm. (Specific days to be scheduled with each club facility) During this time, players will work on intermediate competitive situations, pressure point simulated match play exercises, and a variety of match play situations.

Cost = $345 for an eight week session (two 1.5 hour sessions weekly for eight weeks)

Tournament II

Program Objectives

The goal of Tournament II is to continue the development of players in advanced tournament, match play, and intense drills in competitive situations. Participants are provided the opportunity to learn and grow in the game of tennis as well as develop positive social skills. Our coaching staff is committed to accomplishing JVCT objectives through:

• Instruction and reinforcement of intermediate to advanced tennis technique through staff instruction. Players will learn advanced techniques for forehand and backhand ground strokes, forehand and backhand volleys, serves, lobs and overheads, as well as offensive and defensive strategies.

• Players will demonstrate and practice singles and doubles play through a combination of cooperative drills and on court tennis games.

• Players will be instructed in the area of match play. They will learn pressure point situations and will practice learned principles through simulated match play.

• Players will be taught the importance of good sportsmanship. Good sportsmanship enhances a player’s ability to perform well and to maintain self-control. It affords players the opportunity to exhibit self-respect and respect for others. Good sportsmanship allows for the development of friendships. Learning the rules and etiquette of the game of tennis demonstrates a further commitment to good sportsmanship.

Tournament II Structure

The Tournament II program meets twice weekly 5:30-7:00pm. (Specific days to be scheduled with each club facility) During this time, players will work on intermediate competitive situations, pressure point simulated match play exercises, and a variety of match play situations.

Cost = $345 for an eight week session (two 1.5 hour sessions weekly for eight weeks)
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