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SCHOOL HOLIDAY TENNIS CAMPS

Yarra Tennis Coaching runs junior school holiday tennis camps during every school holiday period throughout the year. These camps are designed to provide intensive coaching to accelerate learning and improvement for a variety of ages and standards.

 

Our tennis camps focus on developing the essential tennis skills in a fun, challenging and progressive fashion. Players participate in a variety of drills and games that involve rallying, forehands, backhands, serves and volley, and move onto putting these skills together to play competitively in singles and doubles.

Players are also divided into groups based on age and level of experience. The 2.5 hour sessions combine a variety of footwork, movement and preparation drills with concentrated (cooperative and competitive) singles and doubles rallying between players of a similar standard. There is a limit of 30 players per session per day to maximise individual attention and improvement.

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JANUARY 2024 TENNIS CAMP DATES:

Monday January 22        9 am - 11:30 am

Tuesday January 23        9 am - 11:30 am

Wednesday January 24   9 am - 11:30 am

REGISTRATION:

Children can be enrolled for one or more sessions via the online class registration timetable button. The timetable also includes a list of vacancies available in each class. 

     DAILY CAMP FORMAT:

  • Warmup and footwork - particularly lateral movement and balance

  • Stroke preparation and body rotation to create power

  • Balance and racquet control/stability on follow through

  • Rallying consistency and control - especially cross-court control

  • Serving development including grip and ball-toss control

TENNIS CAMP FAQ

The main focus of our tennis camps is to provide a fun, intensive program that focuses on the essential tennis skills needed for development and improvement.

What is the main focus of a tennis camp?

What do I need to bring?

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