Tennis Clinics & Programs In Wake Forest, NC



Tennis Clinics & Programs in Wake Forest, NC for Juniors and Adults Beginner through Intermediate

Positive and Engaging Tennis Programs in Wake Forest, NC


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 programs 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 programs 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.



Why Tennisbloc?

Passionate & Professional Instructors

Our team of tennis instructors are passionate and community-focused. All coaches undergo background checks & thorough training to ensure a positive and educational experience.


Positive, Engaging and Inclusive

We believe in building a truly positive community that is inclusive, educational and engaging.


Affordable & Convenient

We believe that tennis was meant to be played by everyone and proudly offer tennis that is affordable and easy to access.


What Makes Our Tennis Programs Better?

Positive & Community-Driven Environment

Tennis was never meant to be an exclusive, elitist sport. We foster an inclusive, positive community with a fun and intentional approach.


Professional Curriculum

Incorporating USTA Net Generation lesson plans, we've spent years researching & testing the best development pathways, drills and activities to create lesson plans catered to specific levels of play.


Team Spirit & Matchplay

We believe in making it easy for everyone to plug into matchplay. This gives students a chance to put their skills to the test and play in local, low competition matches to further grow and improve their game.