Tennis in Lorain


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  • LaTuchie Tennis Center
    Throughout the year, the USPTA-certified professionals at LaTuchie Tennis Center hone the on-court skills of adults and kids alike during social tennis courses. No more than eight students participate with each instructor, allowing the instructors to fully grasp each player?s strengths, weaknesses, and areas that need the most attention. Lessons unfold on four outdoor courts during summer months and six indoor courts, helping students test their playing abilities in different settings regardless of outside or inside dust devils. LaTuchie Tennis Center also keeps players well equipped once their lesson days are over with gear and racquet-repair services at their full-service pro shop.
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    3200 Darrow Rd.
    Stow, OH US
  • Green Tennis Club
    Neon streaks fly over and, occasionally, into the four nets at Green Tennis Club, a sign of players taking vigorous whacks with their tennis rackets during casual play and lessons. Certified USPTA professionals lead the lessons, imparting advice for smashing powerful ground strokes and developing a serve in both private and group settings. The teachers also organize weekly group drills, which invite players of similar skill level to practice different aspects of the game.
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    3937 Glen Eagles Boulevard
    Uniontown, OH US
  • Perrysburg Tennis Center
    Perrysburg Tennis Center's experienced instructors teach adults to serve and volley on indoor and outdoor USTA-certified courts. During 60-mintue group introductory lessons, up to five racketeers will learn such tennis basics as smashing a forehand, scoring a game properly, and serving while their opponents are in the bathroom. Players hustle across one of the center’s 16 tennis courts, which include eight US Open blue indoor arenas, four outdoor hard courts, and four outdoor Har-Tru HydroCourt clay grounds outfitted with underground water systems to help them keep cool. Visitors can head to the indoor court's second-floor mezzanine for a clear view of players batting orbs across courts the way kittens bat balls of yarn across the internet.
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    1750 Progress Dr
    Perrysburg, OH US
  • Cleveland State University
    Spread across three stories and 110,000 square feet, the Cleveland State University Recreation Center enables students, faculty, and members of the community to tailor custom workouts and play a variety of sports. Weight rooms and cardio equipment help members form balanced workout regimens. Alternatively, athletes can hit the basketball, volleyball, or racquetball courts or take a dip in one of the Busbey Natatorium's two lap pools. Above the facilities, a 7,000-square-foot rooftop patio allows guests to cool off amid light foliage and a view of the campus.
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    2420 Chester Avenue
    Cleveland, OH US
  • Peak Performance Aquatics
    Inside the newly remodeled Peak Performance Center, swimmers splash and paddle through the 25-meter lap pool where markers divide the pool into five lanes. Whether learning to swim or mastering a stroke, students as young as 5 drop in for group sessions held throughout the week. In warmer months, families can register for a pool pass to enjoy unlimited jaunts in the water or practice for the July Cannonball Throwdown.
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    1 Eagle Valley Ct
    Broadview Heights, OH US
  • Red Oak Camp
    Red Oak Camp has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a barn and boys' summer retreat in 1947. Today, the staff organize old-fashioned, weeklong outdoor adventures that help boys and girls—in age groups ranging from 7 to 14—develop cooperation and leadership skills and an appreciation for nature. At the original Red Barn boys’ day camp, counselors watch over campers as they fish and canoe in a pond, practice their aim on an archery range, test their coordination on a low-ropes course, and stockpile candy bars for the winter. At the equestrian center, girls learn the basics of horsemanship and barn management and frolic in their own playing fields and activities center. Older children may leave camp for backpacking trips, and even the younger visitors may embark on flora- and fauna-identification hikes or pitch tents and sleep under the stars.
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    9057 Kirtland Chardon Rd
    Willoughby, OH US