Cardio Tennis Lessons, Court Rental, or Membership with Six Lessons at Hampton Indoor Tennis Center (Up to 65% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Indoor center shelters players from the heat as they crush serves onto a medium-speed surface; lighting is designed to reduce glare

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 23rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person for 6 lesson option, 5 per person for the court rental option, 2 per person for the cardio tennis option. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate membership by expiration date on your Groupon, membership expires 2 months from activation date. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. New clients only for 6 lesson option. Reservation required; subject to availability for court rental. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Athleticism is more than leaping over a hurdle and drop-kicking a computer after it beats you in chess. Be a good sport with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $15 for two one-hour cardio tennis classes (a $30 value)
  • $20 for one two-hour tennis-court rental (a $40 value)
  • $45 for six one-hour group tennis lessons and a two-month membership (a $130 value)

Hampton Indoor Tennis Center

For tennis players, the elements are not only capable of spoiling an outdoor match or practice session entirely, they can also be taxing to the body in the long-term, especially for those trying to put in the court time required to attain greatness. That reality was behind the creation of Hampton Indoor Tennis Center, which—unlike most sunbaked, wind-lashed, and rain-beaten tennis complexs—offers players a respite from the weather with four indoor courts. Underneath low-glare lights, players trade ground strokes and volleys atop blue-and-green courts that provide a medium-speed bounce and are identical in composition to the hard-court surface of the Indian Wells courts where the BNP Paribas Open is played. Tennis balls pop crisply against racket strings as trainers teach youngsters on a miniature court with dimensions suited to the de-pressurized balls that foster proper stroke development in undersized racquet-wielders.

USPTA-certified tennis instructor Otis Vu draws upon a decorated career, during which he says he played singles and doubles at Oklahoma Wesleyan University and once beat Michael Chang in a doubles set. He uses this background to forge formidable players, emphasizing proper footwork, conditioning, and not accidentally shouting one’s social security number while serving. He and his staff preside over a wide range of adult lessons, including clinics in which players learn alongside others of the same skill level and one-hour cardio tennis sessions, which feature a series of high-energy drills. The Center’s junior tennis program helps youngsters meet on-court goals of all kinds, from those simply looking to play recreationally to those hoping to grow into an elite competitor.

Hampton Indoor Tennis Center

For tennis players, the elements are not only capable of spoiling an outdoor match or practice session entirely, they can also be taxing to the body in the long-term, especially for those trying to put in the court time required to attain greatness. That reality was behind the creation of Hampton Indoor Tennis Center, which—unlike most sunbaked, wind-lashed, and rain-beaten tennis complexs—offers players a respite from the weather with four indoor courts. Underneath low-glare lights, players trade ground strokes and volleys atop blue-and-green courts that provide a medium-speed bounce and are identical in composition to the hard-court surface of the Indian Wells courts where the BNP Paribas Open is played. Tennis balls pop crisply against racket strings as trainers teach youngsters on a miniature court with dimensions suited to the de-pressurized balls that foster proper stroke development in undersized racquet-wielders.

The staff uses experience playing and teaching to forge formidable players, emphasizing proper footwork, conditioning, and not accidentally shouting one’s social security number while serving. They preside over a wide range of adult lessons, including clinics in which players learn alongside others of the same skill level and one-hour cardio tennis sessions, which feature a series of high-energy drills. The Center’s junior tennis program helps youngsters meet on-court goals of all kinds, from those simply looking to play recreationally to those hoping to grow into an elite competitor.

For those who have team spirit and enjoy athletic competition