What You'll Get
A series of swift and well-aimed tennis serves is all it takes to unnerve a competitor or devastate a cocktail party. Learn how to score social points with today's Groupon to Nebraska Tennis Academy. Choose between the following options:
Within the 215-acre expanse of the Abbott Sports Complex, Nebraska Tennis Center's professionals coach players to heightened states of tennis prowess across 12 outdoor and six indoor courts. Serving off years of experience as a nationally ranked college player and assistant coach, Heather Nobler brings a passion for tennis to her private lessons, whether she's bringing beginners up to speed on locating the net or nudging racket veterans to the next level. During a lesson for two, pairs can sweat through one-on-one matches or learn to navigate the court as a duo, mastering the dance of negotiating midcourt balls. Indoor courts invite students to practice in climate-controlled comfort, and outdoor courts challenge students to concentrate under the relentless sun, whose serve has never been successfully returned. After a workout, students can drop by the full-service health-and-fitness center, decompress in the locker room, and browse the tennis pro shop for professional gear.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person for private tennis lesson for two option. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift for private tennis lesson for one option. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nebraska Tennis Academy
Six climate-controlled indoor courts and twelve hard-surface outdoor battlegrounds host racket-swingers aged 5 and older at the $3 million Nebraska Tennis Academy facilities, nestled within the sprawling 215-acre confines of the Abbot Sports Complex. The academy's certified instructors foster adults' skills with drills designed to initiate new players, introduce new strokes, and elevate heart rates with tennis-oriented workouts. They also mold minors with a comprehensive Junior Development curriculum that prepares students for high-school play, more intense sessions for those committed to competing at a high level, and Quick Start classes—which tailor court dimensions, equipment, and scoring systems to the skills and sizes of players aged 5 to 11. During downtime, visitors can burn calories in the full-service health and fitness center or make macaroni portraits of Andre Agassi in the players' lounge.