JUNIOR RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS
Welcome to Lake Norman Tennis Center. Our team is committed to giving young tennis players the tools they need to succeed both on and off the court. Whether your child is already a highly skilled player or just beginning their journey, our coaches are dedicated to providing the highest quality of instruction in a fun and challenging environment. Our staff has a history of developing very accomplished players and we realize a careful balance of technical, tactical, mental, and physical development will help every junior player reach their potential now and in the future.
The junior recreational programs will focus on giving beginning to intermediate players the best start in tennis using proper fundamentals and technique. Activities will focus on the building blocks of tennis, including agility, balance, and coordination, while developing all the skills needed to play.
2019 Winter/Spring Sessions
Session1 : January 7-February 23
Session II: February 25-April 13*
Session lll: April 15-June 8
(all 7 week sessions) *No Classes During Spring Break
Joeys (Red Ball) (ages 3-5)
Mondays & Wednesdays 3:15-4pm
This class introduces tennis related techniques, movements and concept of rallying, as well as games designed to help learn the concepts of tennis in a fun and enjoyable style.
Future Champs (Orange Ball) (ages 6-9)
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 4-5pm
This class continues to introduce tennis related techniques, movement, and the concept of rallying as well as games designed to help learn the concepts of tennis in a fun and enjoyable style.
Young A-Rods (Green Dot Ball) (ages 10-14)
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 5-6pm, Saturday 12-1pm
This program concentrates on stroke production, rallying and learning the basic concepts of tennis, as well as teaching players how to score and the strategies involved in the game of tennis.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 5pm-7pm, Saturday 1-3pm
Designed for players who are playing tournaments or high school tennis, the Academy programs continues to focus on competition, teaching the players about point construction, play patterns, and overall tennis development.