With tennis programs operating since 2016 in Wake Forest, NC, we know that nothing says "community-driven" like Wake Forest, where we have fostered a strong community of youth tennis players. Our Wake Forest tennis classes give students the opportunity to engage in weekly tennis practices all year long, with options to attend practices, as well as optional USTA JTT(Junior Team Tennis) matchplay - giving students the chance to play in semi-competitive matches on a team.
Our Wake Forest tennis classes are hosted at the North campus of Wake Tech Community College on 401, making tennis a more accessible, affordable and inclusive sport by bringing positive & meaningful tennis programs directly to Wake Forest residents.
Our instructors are passionate, experienced, and community-focused; undergoing screening & thorough training to ensure a positive and educational experience.
We believe in building a truly positive community that is inclusive, educational and engaging.
We believe that tennis was meant to be played by everyone and proudly offer tennis that is affordable and easy to access.
Tennis was never meant to be an exclusive, elitist sport. We foster an inclusive, positive community with a fun and intentional approach.
Now incorporating USTA's Net Generation, we've spent years crafting & perfecting our curriculum to promote optimal development for each level of play.
We make it easy to plug into matchplay, giving players a chance to put their skills to the test & play in local matches to further grow and improve their game.
Below you will find a brief description of each of our clinic types and how we categorize our divisions.
Our 8 and under tennis programs create a fun and exciting approach to kids as they are introduced to the sport of tennis and its fundamentals. We equip our courts with premium, USTA official 36 foot junior court nets and red dot tennis balls.
Our 10 and under tennis programs focus on fundamentals of form and point structure, while incorporating fun activities to inspire excitement for tennis. We utilize USTA official 60 foot courts and orange dot tennis balls.
Our 12 and under tennis program brings juniors to the full court and begin to improve foot work and rallies. We utilize the USTA official green do junior tennis balls, keeping tennis weight and bounce slightly under that of the standard adult tennis ball.
In our 14 and under tennis programs, we introduce an excellent approach to the fundamentals of match play and in-game strategy. We have developed an incredible method for getting junior players excited about rallies and applying the fundamentals of tennis using learned strategy.
In our 16 and under tennis programs, we introduce an excellent approach to the fundamentals of match play and in-game strategy. We have developed an incredible method of getting junior players excited about strategy and applying the fundamentals of tennis.
Our 18 and under tennis focuses on applying fundamentals and structures to the strategy aspect and mental side of tennis. This program helps players develop long rallies and spark some competition junior participants.
Our adult beginner tennis program brings a professional and educational approach to learning the fundamentals of tennis. Participants will learn the fundamentals of grips, stroke structure, point systems, and rallies.
Our adult intermediate tennis program brings a renovated approach to getting adults more active on the court and more involved in point development.
Our adult advanced tennis program brings emphasis to point strategy and the fundamentals of mental focus in points. We also emphasize point development and longer rallies.
Our adult advanced tennis programs bring experienced players to a new level of their game. This clinic involves conditioning and consistency development with a deeper reach into the mental side of tennis.
Our adult cardio tennis programs are perfect for health-conscious people. Average participants burn 400-600 calories per hour. Allows 8-12 people/court at a time.
Our senior tennis programs focus on anyone the slightly more aged communities and have an emphasis on consistent rallies and low-demand activities focused on health and motion.