Green Ball on a 78 ft. Court. Players are required to have achieved the green ball level on the USTA Florida Youth Progression. The focus will be on singles and doubles play while building upon the strategies and tactics needed to play the game at a competitive level. Players will experiment with different styles of play and work towards developing a weapon in match play situations. Participation is recommended at least 2 days a week.
Summer 2 (7/13-8/11)
Fall 1 (8/19-10/20)
Players will compete in competitive matches with opponents of similar age and ability with particular focus on strategy and tactics during play. Coaches will provide consistent feedback during play to all participants regarding their patterns of play, competitive skills and style of play.
Match Play Fridays - weekly 5:00pm-7:00pm Will resume mid-August 2019
Match play is also available for players from other nearby facilities by arrangement and must communicate with a Head Professional/Coach prior to enrollment by e-mail at email@example.com
The USTA National Campus UTR Match Play event is for players looking to compete in competitive matches with opponents of similar ability. Local and visiting players are welcome to register. Players will receive Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) credit for all matches played. Junior players, 18 years and under. All UTR levels accepted.
USTA Tournament Levels: 1-4
UTR requirement: achieved a level of 7.00 and higher
Our High Performance Team program is for our older (12 and older) committed tournament players. This program focuses on a long term development plan which requires commitment, passion, discipline, and patience from players, coaches and parents. This program is designed for players who compete in state, sectional and/or national USTA tournaments levels 1-4 with a UTR of 7.00+ and will train with others who are similar in age and ability.
Practices feature appropriate playing progressions and proper technique to help players achieve their personal performance and outcome goals. The program includes fitness sessions to help our players improve mobility/flexibility, movement mechanics, speed, core strength and agility. In addition, our partnership with the campus athletic medicine team allows players to consult with athletic trainers on injury prevention and treatment along with advice on nutrition and hydration.
Our goal is to help players become independent competitors and problem solvers during match play and to provide all aspects necessary for overall development of a competitive tennis player.
For more information, please contact our Head Tennis Professional for the High Performance Team, Tina Lee (Tina.Lee@usta.com).
For additional information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 407-675-2504.