When it comes to inspiring and engaging kids, we absolutely smash it. Owned and run by Gordon Wood, the whole focus of Tennis-4-Kids is teaching tennis skills through fun. As an experienced player with a 25 year long coaching career, Gordon has experience of teaching tennis all around the world.
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Tennis is a naturally socially distant sport, and with these measures in place is widely considered to be a safe, low-risk activity. However, to support coaches in keeping sessions as safe as possible, parents are encouraged to: Ensure kids bring their own racket and wristbands supplied in the participant pack.
The USTA provides an array of fun and developmentally appropriate junior programs: Team Challenge: An introductory environment that allows kids to play without an emphasis on instruction or results. Junior Team Tennis: A more competitive team format providing kids and teens the many benefits of playing singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches.
The Tennis for Kids Program is a go for this year. However, we have had a number of sites that have told us they would not be open this year. Please see the registration page for details.
The London Tennis Academy is a tennis school based in the heart of London since 2005. From July the 12th 2021 we are now based at Mercury Tennis Club in Hampstead Garden Suburb (NW11). We are particularly popular for providing fun, recreational and yet productive tennis courses for kids of all ages and standards.
Tennis is played on a rectangular court. The court is 78 feet (23.8 meters) long. The width depends on whether there are two or four players. For a singles match (two players), the court is 27 feet (8.2 meters) wide. For a doubles match (four players), the court is 36 feet (11 meters) wide. The surface of the court may be grass, clay, or a hard ...
Tennis Hot Shots (THS) is the national starter tennis programme for New Zealand children. With almost 200 venues nationwide, it's easy to start playing! Tennis Hot Shots is just for kids. Smaller courts, shorter racquets and softer balls mean that kids can play a proper game of tennis from the moment they step on court.
Learn more about USTA’s youth tennis programs. From beginner classes to more competitive leagues, get your kids started with tennis activities early.
One of the stars of last year's inaugural Tennis for Kids programme, Lily welcomes the class of 2017 as they start their tennis journeys.