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What You'll Get
While watching tennis may be a great workout for your eyes and neck, it pales compared to all the calories you'll burn turning heads and shifting eyes on the court. For $45, you get two private, one-on-one tennis lessons from Harlan Hopchick, a U.S. Professional Tennis Association–certified instructor and swinger. Take your lessons at any location within the Metroplex.
Hopchick will help you smooth out strokes, muster match magic, and finally defeat that meddling net. He welcomes players of all skill levels to drink deep from knowledge-wells of strategy, serving, and technique. Each private lesson lasts one hour and is tailored to suit the needs of each prospective pro. Lessons are available year-round for kids, adults, and their teenage hybrids. Regardless of experience, everyone has something to learn. Experienced players can defeat a nagging weakness, while those newer to the court can uncage a previously idle strength waiting to surge forth and burst into flames.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. By appointment only. Providing services to: North Dallas, Downtown and Uptown Dallas, Park Cities, Preston Hollow, University Park, Highland Park, Richardson, Plano, Allen and McKinney. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Harlan Hopchik Tennis Instructor
Harlan Hopchik, a USPTA-certified tennis instructor, is willing to work with just about anyone who has a racket in his or her hand: beginners through advanced players, juniors through adults. Throughout the year, he travels around the Dallas area conducting private, semi-private, and group lessons that are geared toward not only improving skills, but also making the game more enjoyable. During sessions, students can tap into Harlan's wisdom and focus on any aspect of their repertoire—from improving their stroke technique and developing their match play tactics to learning how to trash-talk a particularly arrogant tennis-ball machine.