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A four-week program for adults who want to fine tune their game.
A four-week program for beginners to introduce and reinforce fundamental tennis techniques.
A four-week program for adults who want to learn the game of tennis.
This four-week program for beginners introduces and reinforces fundamental tennis techniques.
This program features fundamental reinforcement, directional driven drills, advanced scoring system for league players, theoretical framework for future league players, and lots of fun.
A continuous, year-round program offering both developmental and high-performance sessions. Academy Director Eric Street
This program is for adult beginner players who want to improve their tennis skills in preparation to play league tennis. Monthly and weekly rates are offered.
This is a continuous, year-round program separated into semesters. Skill levels include beginner, advanced beginner and intermediate. Academy Director Natalie Johnson
A six-week program designed especially for home-schooled children. Program includes drills, games, and tennis knowledge.
This six-week program is designed especially for home-schooled children. Participants will learn about the game of tennis in a fun learning environment. Program includes drills, games, and tennis knowledge.
This program reinforces fundamental tennis techniques, stroke development, and conditioning for advanced beginners. Walk-ins accepted.
This program for beginners introduces and reinforces fundamental tennis techniques. Walk-ins accepted.
Enrollment must be approved by tennis instructor, Chase LeBlanc. Indoor courts will be used in the event of inclement weather.
Youth players receive match play experience against other players. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in September from noon-5 p.m.
Development program for youth players. Stroke development, conditioning, and strategy. Tuesdays in September from 4:30-6 p.m. Players must meet specific skills levels and be approved by the Developmental Manager, Ojo Thompson, to enroll.
This is a great opportunity for beginner youth players to experience playing in a tournament. Format is 10 point sets. Free pizza, snacks, and beverages for players.
Kids come out and learn to play tennis. BREC provides equipment and racquets. Please bring a water bottle and dress to sweat.
Intermediate tennis using orange dot balls. Indoor courts will be used in the event of inclement weather.
This program is designed to help your child develop motor skills, hand-eye coordination, overall athleticism, and fundamental tennis strokes.
This program consists of 45-minute classes designed to introduce the game of tennis to younger children. Help your child develop motor skills, hand-eye coordination, overall athleticism, and fundamental tennis strokes. Fun is guaranteed!