Tennis in Herrin


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  • Evansville Tennis Center
    Across six indoor courts, the students and instructors at Evansville Tennis Center lob, serve, and volley tennis balls year-round. Classes are open to students aged 4 through adult, and the instructors have trained state and national champions and have also helped students nab scholarships. Students can bring their own racket to class, or use one provided by the center.
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    5428 Davis Lant Dr.
    Evansville, IN US
  • Bentley SportsPlex and Family Center
    It’s hard to be everything to everyone, but Bentley SportsPlex gets close: it’s at once a facility for fine arts, tutoring, and an arcade. The family-fun center has bounce houses, a gym, batting cages, and a gymnasium for basketball and dodgeball. Just recently added: a 1200-square foot laser tag arena. In addition to its family-fun facilities, Bentley SportsPlex aims to be a haven for kids to express themselves. There’s a staff of talented professionals on hand that can provide guitar and bass guitar lessons, painting and craft classes, and tutoring services. There's even a theater branch so youngsters can learn how to accurately convey the pathos of what it’s like to be grounded.
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    12836 State Route 21
    De Soto, MO US
  • Tri-State Athletic Club Evansville
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    555 Tennis Ln.
    Evansville, IN US
  • Mark Platt's Beginner's World Tennis
    A longtime tennis player, Mark Platt began teaching the sport as soon as he graduated from high school. However, after a brief period of instructing at local country clubs, he realized that his heart wasn’t in the work. The country clubs catered to intermediate and advanced players, and Mark wanted to teach beginners. In the absence of a satisfactory beginning tennis program in the area, he founded Mark Platt’s Beginner’s World Tennis in 1984. As a tennis instructor, Mark has won numerous awards from such prestigious publications as Tennis Pro and Tennis Industry, according to the St. Louis Business Journal. Specifically geared toward beginners, his program combines lessons with special events including camps, leagues, and parties designed to encourage socializing—so far, his program has spawned 53 marriages. He and his small staff have big plans for the beginning tennis world; this year alone, they expect to introduce 10,000 adults, children, and marionettes to the sport.
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    Oakville Middle school
    St. Louis, MO US