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Tennis challenges you to improve, to hit your strokes and develop your strategy to become a more efficient, effective player. When you improve your game, you don't just become a better player. You also get the satisfaction that comes from mastering a skill.

That's where pros — teaching professionals, not pro players — and tennis lessons come into the picture. When you get serious about your tennis, even if you're just playing for fun, you need to consider taking tennis lessons.

No tennis instructor, regardless of how much experience and talent he has, can turn you from a beginner into Monica Seles or Pete Sampras in one hour-long lesson (or even three, for that matter!). However, an instructor can help you improve your game in some very concrete ways, starting with Lesson 1.

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Private Lessons


  • Stroke analysis and evaluation; an objective assessment
  • Weakness identification and improvement; a “fundamentals” approach
  • Stroke development; technique, theory, and practice
  • Tournament and match play preparation
  • Strategic development; the psychological side of tennis
  • Competitive conditioning; physical development and exercise drills
  • Advanced hitting practice
  • Early development programs for children and juniors

Group Lessons


A group program makes a lot of sense for beginners. When you first take up the game, you need to master the same fundamentals as everyone else. Your game doesn't have a unique personality, complete with strengths and flaws, that requires the individual attention of a one-on-one lesson.

You hit fewer balls in a group lesson, and you run less. Group lessons can be an advantage for beginners who aren't in great shape or for people who haven't developed enough strength or skill to take advantage of an intensive, 60-minute private lesson.

Group programs are usually given in series, often early in the year at outdoor facilities. Typically, you can sign up for a series of six lessons, given on set days and times over the course of three weeks or a month.

In a group lesson, which usually lasts for 60 to 90 minutes, you should expect to pay about $20 to $25 per lesson, including court time and balls. Bring your own racquet and accessories and be ready to play.

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