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I Offer Different Types of Tennis Lessons & Training


Individual & semi-private lessons focus on stroke production. Single lessons are $60 each. Prepaid packages of 4-6 lessons average $55 and packages of seven or more average $50.  Private and semi-private lessons can be structured to not only teach mechanics, but can also provide a cardiovascular workout far more fun than any gym can offer. Just let Tom or his staff know what your goals are in advance. 


One hour group clinics cost $20 and 1.5 hours costs $25 per player. Clinics concentrate on stroke development, match strategy and conditioning. Drill and Plays are also offered at the same price and entail 45 minutes of lesson time followed by 45 minutes of match play. Group clinics are a great way to learn the game in a social setting. Play with friends or meet new ones. Tommy's classes are always informative and fun at the same time.   

Children ages 5-10 can participate in Quickstart, a tennis program developed and unveiled by the USTA in 2008.  The program was founded to help kids learn faster by utilizing smaller court dimensions and age appropriate equipment. Under Quickstart guidelines, regulation balls are replaced by softer, less pressurized foam balls which don't bounce as high or travel as fast as regulation tennis balls, which allows kids more reaction time. These classes run one hour and focus on having fun and developing hand-eye coordination. The cost is $10 per player. 
Juniors 10 plus can either participate in one or 1.5 hour classes. Again the one hour classes are $20 and $25 for 1.5 hour classes.
High school and tournament caliber players typically particiapte in 2 hour sessions. The focus is on stroke refinement, match strategy and conditioning. Cost for the two hours is $35.

*Please note that students are evaluated prior to being assigned to a class. It's also important to note that some younger players may move up an age level if they prove they can handle better competition. 


*All adult and junior classes have a four player minimum requirement. 


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