Children ages 11 and up must either have a membership with their family or join as a Junior Tennis Member. A Junior Tennis Membership gets your child access to all 5 Elite Sports Clubs tennis programs. For juniors ages 10-18, Elite Sports Clubs offer private tennis lessons and two different tracks of Junior Group Tennis Lessons among plenty of match play and social events. The Junior Program, which consists of 85% of our juniors, will lead juniors to become good all around tennis players for life. Our Invitational Program, which consists of 15% of our juniors, will train juniors for top varsity play and give them opportunities for Division I, II or III collegiate tennis.
How the 11 & Up Tennis Program Works
Improve skills while having fun and meeting new friends! Whether your child is new to tennis or looking to advance, we have a program for them.
Each Junior group lesson has an instructor to player ratio typically between 4:1 and 6:1.
Junior Davis Cup
This class is designed for juniors with a great deal of state and sectional tournament experience. These players will focus on improving stroke dependability with directional control, as well as adding depth and variety to shots. Students learn advanced techniques, improving court coverage, and implementation of tactics and strategies.
Tournament Squad is designed for juniors with state, sectional and/or national tournament experience. Students will concentrate on grooming their stokes and working on shot patterns, footwork, movement & on-court conditioning & mental toughness. Students learn advanced techniques and implementation of tactics, strategies and varied game plans.
Video Analysis & Feedback
Included in private lessons for no additional fee. We will record a stroke of your choice and analyze it with our computer software. Players will see the motion of their stroke versus that of a professional tennis player. This analysis helps make immediate improvements.
Our tennis pros can help with game arranging for your child to get them on the court playing against similarly skilled opponents. This can be through programs like a challenge ladder, or just one-off matches coordinated between players.