Lakevue’s Junior Development program helps young tennis players reach their potential while having fun. Junior tennis is offered year round for kids ages 4 and older. Throughout the years many juniors have started in the club junior program and gone on to play college tennis.
Private lessons, semi-private lessons and group clinics are also available. In addition to our regular sessions, Lakevue holds camps during the summer.
Quick Start Grippers (ages 4-6)
Quickstart is the new format of tennis mandated by the USTA. The courts for Quickstart are smaller and easier for the student to achieve success. Additionally, the balls that are used for Quickstart are easier to hit over the net. Preschoolers are exposed to the FUN-dementias of tennis. Age appropriate activities include proper grip, eye-hand coordination, ball contact, etiquette and terminology. Minimum of two participants.
Quickstart Rookies (ages 6-8)
Quickstart is the new format of tennis that the USTA is mandating for beginner youth tennis players. The courts for Quickstart are smaller and easier for the student to achieve success. Additionally, the balls that are used for quick start are easier to hit over the net. Students are introduced to all aspects of tennis, including hand-eye coordination, footwork, and basic tennis strokes. Minimum of two participants.
Quickstart League/Match play (ages 8yrs-older)
This class geared more toward our advanced or older quick start players who are to play points. Players will be exposed to match play and learn how to keep track of the score.
Rising Stars (ages 8-13)
Beginner to advanced-beginner students will work on building a strong base fundamentals including the serve, solid stroke and volley techniques and footwork.
Top Gun (ages 8-15)
Intermediate students will work on strengthening fundamentals this will include: serve, stroke mechanics, volley techniques and volley construction. In addition, players will focus on specialty shots, match strategy as well as consistency and fitness.
Elite students will participate in programming that is 2 hours long and participation requires tournament experience. Additionally, students’ weakly regiment needs to include and minimum of 2 clinics a week and private lesson. This is not required to generate lessons but rather to create homogeneous environment.
For more information on our junior development programs please contact our head pro or the front desk.