Fall & Winter Kids Tennis Time at the Rockingham United Church Gym at 12 Flamingo Drive!
"Try it To Love it"
Cost & Information
All prices are on the enrollment forms for all programs.
Contact David Greer today
Will Greenlaw is a grade 12 student at Charles P Allen High School and a Tennis Canada certified instructor who has been with Tennis Time since May 2018.
Fun fact; I love to teach and at the same time learn from those I teach. I like the enthusiasm and excitement kids and adults bring to the sport of tennis. My two favourite sports are tennis and hockey. I also enjoy other sports including; track, basketball, golf, volleyball, football, and soccer.
Kids Tennis Time
Year round indoor and outdoor group lessons.
Intensive weekly holiday camps.
2019/20 Fall, Winter & Spring Kids Tennis Information
The proportional equipment supports the size of younger athletes and assists in the development of the game’s key fundamentals. Pictures on the right column.
The fun and early enjoyment experienced through Kids Tennis Time tends to encourage players to continue in the sport over time with emphasis on the FUNdamentals.
Children’s programs, Red Ball, Orange Ball, and Green Ball follow Tennis Canada curriculum with FUN as the key component for recreational players.
Red Ball 1 is an introduction, Red Ball 2 is a continuation of RB 1 and so forth for Orange Ball and Green Ball.
Fluent bilingual coaching available.
We will provide all of the equipment necessary for children of all ages (tennis balls, rackets, mini nets and fitness equipment). Wholesale rackets are available for sale if you so choose.
No membership fees, initiation fees or court fees. Private and semi-private children's lesson are available, email email@example.com if you are interested
All employees are screened through E-pic by Tennis Canada's program with Sterling Talent Solutions BackCheck.
Kids Tennis Time Training Center
Technical: ground strokes, net play and transition, serve/return, foot work and hand eye coordination.
Tactical: conquer short sequences of shots and learn court positioning to execute match strategy with success.
Competition: play singles and doubles matches to improve tactical, technical and performance levels.
3/4 courts, half courts, full courts, 4 caged hitting walls/play space
Parents viewing area/waiting room/play area
Ample parking/wheelchair accessible
Core values: sportsmanship, perseverance, honesty, confidence, humility, character and acceptance.
"Taking lessons with a friend makes tennis less intimidating" says Greer