The program teaches you how to play the game right away! If you are a brand new player or returning to the game after playing years ago at a summer camp, we will help you develop your skills and work on playing the game again. Players will be introduced to all phases of play and basic tactics, making them love the game even more. Beginner and intermediate levels are welcome.
What we will focus on:
In the first half of the practice, we will learn a tennis tactic. In the second half, we learn to implement it during point play! You only fall in love with the game if you actually learn how to play it.
A big focus of this program is building a young adult community at the club to help young players meet other young players and develop friendships in a safe environment. And what’s a better way to do it while playing a game they love?
This clinic will start May 12th for 8 weeks from Friday at 6 pm-8 pm and/or Sundays from 12:30-2:30 pm.
The cost will be $400 plus HST.
In the event of rain, we will send out an email notification 1 hour before the scheduled start time to inform you of any cancellations.
Please note that the lesson is officially canceled only when the club sends out an email! Otherwise, all lessons are still a go.
After School Programs
For our after-school programs, each 4-session class will have 1 make-up class scheduled for rain. We will do our best to offer a make-up day at some point in the schedule for those who missed a class due to rain.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with our rainy-day policy. We aim to provide the best possible experience for our members while ensuring their safety and comfort in inclement weather conditions.
Please be aware that we will make every effort to reschedule missed classes*. We appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter.
During the hours of 8 am and 4 pm on weekdays, kindly park at the North Parking Lot (on Ramona Blvd). Reesor Park Public School has asked us to inform all our members and staff of this update. A map to the parking lot is pictured above.