- Mini Tennis Red (Red Ball)
- Mini Tennis Orange (Orange Ball)
- Mini Tennis Green (Green Ball)
- Development Orange (Orange Ball)
- Development Green (Green Ball)
- Development Yellow (Yellow Ball)
- Junior Performance
- High Performance
Mini Tennis Red, Orange & Green (Ages 5-10)
60 minute sessions
Program aim: Help players quickly progress to serving, rallying and scoring so they can enjoy the game of tennis for life. Students in this class will be taught how to serve, rally and score using modified courts and equipment so they can make progress quickly. In addition, a development tournament will also be delivered once per term so that the students can test what they have learned during their lessons in a friendly competition environment.
Development Blue, Purple & Yellow (Ages 5-20)
90 minute sessions
Program aim: Prepare more committed players for the challenges of competitive level tennis. Students will be selected by the coaching team if they are showing a particular talent for tennis. The selective class is designed for players who are committed to making tennis their best sport and preparing each individual for more serious tennis competitions. Players in this program are recommended to be playing at least twice per week.
Junior Performance Brown (Ages 9-20)
2 hour sessions
Program aim: Prepare younger elite level players to compete successfully in national and international competitions. In this program students will be training at a high intensity with the aim of replicating strenuous match conditions. This is invitation only and will also include other critical areas of development including psychology, physical conditioning, nutrition and tennis parent education workshops.
High Performance Black (Ages 12-20)
2 hour sessions
Program aim: Prepare elite level players to compete successfully in national and international competitions. Players in this program are expected to be fully committed to giving their best every session in this challenging training environment. This is invitation only and will also include other critical areas of development including psychology, physical conditioning, nutrition, U.S. College guidance and tennis parent education workshops. Players will be provided with the opportunity to compete against players.
Program aim: To help provide committed tennis players more match play opportunities which is vital to becoming a successful player. Research shows that match play is by far the most valuable form of training and players enrolled in this weekly session will get an extra 40 matches per year against players of a similar ability.During these sessions players will also be coached and mentored to improve vital tactical awareness.