Swiftly hitting a sphere is an indispensable skill when playing most sports or striking the pumpkin heads of scarecrow armies that have overtaken the neighbor's lawn. Fine-tune your aim with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a one-hour private tennis lesson (a $60 value)
- $79 for a four-day junior summer tennis camp (a $160 value)
During private lessons, clients work with a USPTA-certified trainer to improve specific facets of their game. The junior summer tennis camp, held Monday–Thursday nights in order to avoid daytime heat, helps beginner to intermediate players aged 4–14 build a strong foundation by taking them through drills, games, and actual match play. Camp sessions take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the following dates:
- June 10–13
- June 17–20
- June 24–27
- July 8–11
- August 5–8
- August 12–15
Tennis Academy of North Carolina
Yann Thefaine was dissatisfied with the country-club approach to tennis lessons. After instructing at a local club and witnessing its exorbitant rates, he decided to open the Tennis Academy of North Carolina, a teaching community where reasonably priced instruction would foster a widespread passion for tennis. This was more than a decade ago. Today, Yann, a USPTA-certified Professional 1 instructor, and his talented staff of instructors continue to develop lesson plans that cultivate solid tennis strokes and wallets fuller than the penalty box during a family croquet game. Their expertise adapts to the needs of beginners and advanced tennis players during clinics and private lessons in which coaches hone techniques in a way that benefits individual learning styles.
During cardio-tennis classes, teachers motivate pupils of all skill levels through segments of dynamic stretching and short aerobic exercises to the sound of music. Students sharpen their game and ascend to higher levels of fitness in an encouraging group environment. The same camaraderie flourishes at summer camps for ages 4–14. Divided by age and ability, kids enjoy hours of sporty sparring and instruction as the summer sun bronzes skin. The clinics combine structured drills with live match play, giving pupils time to hone their technique and sharpen their competitive edge.