$45 for Six Group Tennis Lessons and One Summer Membership at Eastern Hills Indoor Tennis Club ($90 Value)

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Instructors teach tennis fundamentals in six classes; summer membership included

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$45 for Six Group Adult Beginner Tennis Lessons and One Summer Membership ($90 Value)

Instructors lead players through drills designed to solidify basic skills in six sessions. Classes begin Monday, June 10, and run through Thursday, June 27, with four different meetings each week to accommodate students’ schedules. You can attend any six classes within the three-week period. With a summer membership, you can continue to hone your skills on climate-controlled courts from June through August for $24 an hour, divided among all players on the court.

Eastern Hills Indoor Tennis Club

The experienced instructors at Eastern Hills Indoor Tennis Club know what it takes to win games against tough opponents. Brian Clark and Steve Levine both crossed rackets with skilled rivals while playing for Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati. And Doug Matthews helps lead collegiate students to victory as the assistant coach of Xavier's men's and women's tennis teams. It's this wealth of experience that makes the club’s group lessons so successful. Classes are designed to improve the skills of all players, whether they're well versed in the sport or have only used a racket to bat away a bumblebee.

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