Most sports grow out of a simple formula: ball plus stick, ball plus kick, or car plus explosion. Get action-packed instant replays with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for three one-hour QuickStart classes for kids aged 3–10 (a $135 value)
- $69 for three one-hour Junior Extreme tennis classes for kids aged 6–10 (a $165 value)
During junior QuickStart classes—available at the Park Avenue location Sunday at 3:15 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. and at the Amsterdam location Monday and Wednesday at 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.— instructors engage youngsters with entertaining drills and games, boosting coordination and teaching basic swing patterns that encourage an early passion for the sport. For slightly older or more experienced kids, Junior Extreme sessions—held at the Park Avenue location Sunday at 3:15 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.—focus on steadily building game techniques on junior and full-size nets.
Having accrued 15 years of teaching experience, the staff members at Tennis Innovators prioritize exciting instruction and curriculums over barraging students with volley after volley. They appreciate the challenge of holding a child's interest and create fun drills for junior pupils, who can begin to learn racket-swinging techniques as early as age 3. The QuickStart and JuniorExtreme programs act as intriguing introductions to the sport for adolescents and work on improving their coordination, mobility, and athleticism, both on and off the court. In fact, they don't require a court to host their afterschool programs and will adapt lessons to fit any suitable space, such as a gymnasium or the least occupied patch of an in-use baseball diamond.
Classes aren't just for children—the staff hosts adult sessions aimed at improving overall game play and fitness in a supportive environment for fully formed humans of all skill levels. Staffers also lend their management expertise to neighborhood tennis clubs, providing guidance for hiring and training processes, court maintenance, and marketing.
“They are great, my niece is so motived and asking for more lessons.”