Becoming a champion athlete requires focus, resilience, and constantly making sure your opponents don’t drink your sweat to steal your life energy. Don’t get licked with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for six 1-hour group tennis lessons for toddlers, aged 4–6 (a $120 value)
- $89 for six 1.5-hour group tennis lessons for juniors, aged 6–9 (a $180 value)
- $109 for six 2-hour group tennis lessons for adults, aged 17 and older (a $225 value)
- $149 for six 2.5-hour group tennis lessons for junior varsity, aged 10–16 (a $300 value)<p>
Students are asked to bring their own racket and wear athletic clothes. Click here for more information about toddler, junior, junior-varsity programs, and elite programs; click here for adult programs.
Ideal Tennis Academy
Since sprouting into existence in 2006, Ideal Tennis Academy has fostered future stars by offering training programs throughout the year for all ages and skill levels. The toddler program, for instance, puts rackets in the hands of kids as young as aged two-and-a-half years and strives to develop important motor skills on miniature courts. The academy provides a junior-varsity program for adolescent players, which preps teens and preteens for higher levels of competition. Aside from offering programs at its facility, Ideal Tennis Academy hits the road with Tennis Delivery, a mobile program that teaches tennis by launching coaches from high-powered ball machines to locations across San Antonio.
93% of 14 customers recommend
“Martin is very helpful and patient”
“The instructors were good at spotting the students' techniques and providing constant feedback for improvement. This class is probably more suited for beginning...”
“The instructors were good at spotting the students' techniques and providing constant feedback for improvement. This class is probably more suited for beginning tennis players. Even though my daughter already knew how to play tennis, she benefited from pointers on improving her grip and stance. However, the first class was cut short by 30 minutes due to rain but was not made up during the second class.”