Adult Tennis Courses

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Our Adult courses are a fun way to improve your tennis by taking group instruction from an LTA qualified coach and mixing in with players of a similar standard.

All equipment can be provided and our onsite shop are excellent at offering expert advice on what racket would suit you and your style of play.

Tennis Xpress Course

If you have never played tennis before, or haven’t played in a long time, then Tennis Xpress is for you. It is an easy and fun way for adult beginners to get into the game.

During the six week course you will be taught new skills and be shown how to serve, rally and score, so that by the end, you will be able to enjoy fun matches with your friends, family or other people you meet.

Beginner Courses

These courses are ideal for anyone returning to play after a long break or have just completed the Tennis Xpress course. Game based learning is used to emphasise basic stroke production. This includes forehand and backhand groundstrokes, serve, return of serve and volley; smash techniques. Games and point based scenarios are used to reinforce technique, introduce basic tactics and strong scoring systems.

Improver Courses

These courses are for more experienced players who want to gain consistency. Players at this standard will have a basic skill base and will probably have played tennis for some time. As a guide, you should have sufficient skill to be able to: consistently rally to 10 from the baseline using forehands and backhands, serve overarm, volley and smash with 60% efficiency.

Advanced Courses

These courses are great for developing your serve and continuing to develop their technical skills as well as their understanding of the most common tactical situations in both singles and doubles. Supporting you play competitively, improving matchplay and developing game style plus developing their strengths and understanding how to exploit opponents’ weaknesses.