- Fremont Tennis Match Play for Juniors Orange/Green Dot Ball (Ages 6-12)
Fremont Tennis Match Play for Juniors Orange/Green Dot Ball (Ages 6-12)
Often the opportunity to compete is a great way to develop skills, and our tennis match play program for juniors is the ideal way to build competition skills so kids can move on to more competitive matches and tournament situations.
Drills And Skills Don’t Rule the Court
Your child may do a phenomenal job in lessons and camps. Even if he or she has all of the skills down to a science, though, a little competition play can be a huge help. It not only offers a new definition of speed and endurance, but it also puts those thinking skills to the test, forcing your child to decide on the right shot, stroke, or technique.
Every program we offer at Euro School of Tennis is a safe way to explore this amazing sport, and this one is little different. While our lessons and camps teach students the fundamentals, our match play program gives them the opportunity to put those skills to the test, developing their own playing style in the process. The perfect exposure to competition for your child, they’ll be competing against one another in both singles and doubles week after week. As our coaches watch your child play, they can help spot those weak points, offering tips and tricks during continued play.
Students will also have a chance to develop some great social connections during match play that they might not form anywhere else. There’s nothing quite like a good spirited competition to form a lifetime of friendships and respect for other players.
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Match Play runs four weeks every month. We compete on Saturdays from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Glenmoor Tennis Center. The cost is just $60 for the month. Participants should be able to rally and serve, and should be between 6 and 12 years of age.
Once on the court, they will be separated into different levels based on their skill set and will compete the red level ball (36ft court), orange level balls (60 ft court) or the green dot ball (standard court).
To learn more, please contact us. We can’t wait to see your child on the court!