Although teaching kids tennis at a young age can produce unparalleled athletes, weaning infants on tennis rackets renders cribs unapproachable and serving them food nearly impossible. Empower tender hands with today's Groupon to KS Tennis. Classes are held at the Forest Oaks Swim & Racquet Club in Spring. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get one 60-minute private tennis lesson (a $50 value).
- For $100, you get four 60-minute private tennis lessons (a $200 value).
- For $40, you get enrollment in a weeklong Quickstart (ages 5–10) or YTA (10–14) tennis program for kids, including four 90-minute group lessons (a $100 value).
Private lessons are by appointment Monday–Saturday any time between 9 a.m.–9 p.m. Quickstart and YTA programs are held throughout the school year Monday–Thursday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Ken Sjoberg and his veteran staff have picked up on teaching tactics and attitudes proven to inspire and improve young players. Weeklong Quickstart and YTA programs use low-pressure balls and smaller courts to give diminutive players a sense of agency and a feel for the game. Groups of four young aces learn fundamentals of strategy and equipment as they move through precision drills, work up to scored matches, and end with mock retirement speeches.
With the private lessons, pupils receive the accumulated wisdom and inspiring disposition of Ken Sjoberg as they trade volleys according to their level of skill and ambitions of tennis mastery.
While growing up in Peru, Ken Sjoberg had a passion for tennis. He dedicated years of his life competing, winning championships, and earning rankings before eventually deciding to share his love for the game by founding KS Tennis to help others realize their athletic potential. Equally capable of teaching children or adults, Ken offers lessons for students of all skill levels. Introductory lessons focus on the basic fundamentals and the more advanced sessions emphasize the mental aspects of the game in addition to the physical skills. These sessions frequently teach players how to use strategic play and telekinetic powers to win more matches. Training is only one aspect of preparation, though, so Ken also sells necessary equipment and offers racquet-stringing services.