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Tennis instruction can begin when kids are able to swing a racket and follow instructions from a coach. As children continue to play and improve their game, they can go out for their school team or attend an academy. An academy will offer players instruction from a pro and lessons will be offered all year long. Opportunities are also available for children and teenagers to receive instruction at tennis camps and play in tournaments as they grow up. Camps offer players a chance to go through drills and receive expert training. Adults who want to start or who are experienced players can find courts at tennis clubs or warehouses. Tennis warehouses are located in larger cities and are only open to private members. Country clubs will also have courts and offer lessons to players from pros.

  • Forehand - A forehand is a shot that is hit from the player's strong side. For example, right handed players will hit a forehand shot with their right hand, and left handers with their left.
  • Ace - An ace is when the opponent cannot return a player's serve.
  • Fault - A fault is a failed serve attempt that lands outside the service court. If the server swings and misses a serve, it is also considered a fault.
  • Love - In tennis, love means zero points. If a game is scored 30-love, it means that the player who is serving has scored two points and the opponent is scoreless.
  • Serve and Volley - Serve and volley is a style of play where the player who serves attacks the net in order to volley the return shot without letting it bounce.
  • Unforced Error - An unforced error is when a player loses a point because of their own poor judgment or bad play.
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    Bumblebee Tennis
    899 10th Ave., East Elmhurst, NY 10019
    We provide exciting tennis lessons for adults and children in Manhattan. There are evening, morning and weekend tennis classes for adults, including beginner and intermediate tennis classes.
    (347) 284-6061
    David's Elite Tennis Training
    175 Great Neck Road, Great Neck, NY 11021
    Instruction and training to the local surrounding area. Our highly trained staff consists of certified tennis coaches to help you reach your fitness goals or to become a real tournament winner.
    (516) 491-9225
    Joel Ross Tennis & Sports Camp
    24 Plymouth Drive, Scarsdale, NY 10583
    Are you looking for a summer tennis camp or sports camp? Visit our website to learn more about the programs we offer. A place where youth who loves tennis can focus on consistency and successful training.
    (914) 723-2165
    Junior Tennis Clinic Inc
    185 Hall St, Brooklyn, NY 11205
    (718) 789-5084
    Tennis Tip
    116 W Houston St, New York, NY 10012
    (212) 400-0510
    Midtown Tennis Club The
    341 8th Ave, New York, NY 10001
    (212) 989-8572
    Barbizon School of Modeling Manhattan
    New York, NY 10001
    (877) 853-1683
    Manhattan Plaza Racquet Club
    450 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036
    (212) 594-0554
    Sutton East Tennis
    488 E 60th St, New York, NY 10022
    (212) 751-3452
    Eastside Tennis Club
    220 E 76th St, New York, NY 10021
    (212) 737-0185
    New England Tennis Camp
    281 Main St, New York, NY 10044
    (212) 750-3704
    World Team Tennis
    1776 Broadway Ste 600, New York, NY 10019
    (212) 586-3444
    Roosevelt Island Racquet Club
    281 Main St, New York, NY 10044
    (212) 935-0250
    Swarthmore Tennis Camps
    444 E 82nd St, New York, NY 10028
    (212) 879-0225
    Bridgeview Racquet Club
    9000 Bay Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11214
    (718) 372-6878


    Tennis instruction is sought out by many men, women and children across the country. This is why there are a number of professionals available to give lessons in this major sport. Tennis was originally a European sport, and it dates all the way back to 1859. Nowadays, this energetic game is played in various parts of the world. This is why so many people are looking to hone their serve, forehand stroke technique and racquet grip. Tennis is a game played with on a court with a waist-high net that separates the two players or teams. It involves a small rubber ball and racquets for smashing, serving, and swatting the ball back and forth. Many people enjoy training in tennis daily for competition, sport, fitness or fun. Most tennis instructors aid players with tips on their technique, as well as beginner and advanced lessons. These experts help players learn different levels of the game, such as how to play doubles, proper stance, effective backhand serves, and when to spin to swat balls effectively across the net. Many lessons also include the basic rules of the sport, proper racquet strokes, and court boundaries. If there are any tennis coaches or instructors in your area that offer lessons, you should get in touch with them to learn more about this popular game. You can also call around, if there are several instructors in your area, and inquire about their availability and pricing for lessons in tennis.
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