Annacone Tennis Camps 2017 at Sag Harbor Park Tennis
P.O. Box 2988
395 Main Street ♦ Sag Harbor, N.Y.
(865) 300-7323 ♦ SAnnacone@aol.com
Annacone Tennis Camps 2017 at Sag Harbor Park Tennis are for ages six through 15, all levels. All camps are held Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Players should bring racquets, sunscreen, hats, water and lunch. Camps will be held at Mashashimuet Park, located at 395 Main Street in Sag Harbor, N.Y.
Annacone Tennis Camps are designed to cover all aspects of hitting and playing the game of tennis. Feeding drills, live ball drills, point situations, serving and returning serve, singles and doubles, footwork and movement, strategy, and sport psychology will be included. There will also be off court cross training activities and games. We will take breaks and discuss tennis related items such as scoring, rules, matches, tournaments, etc.
Steve Annacone has been involved in the tennis industry for more than 40 years. He founded and was the director of Smoky Mountain Tennis Academy in Knoxville, Tenn. for 19 years. Steve has coached more than 75 players who have gone on to compete at the collegiate level, as well as directing and operating camps for all levels of players. He will personally staff and lead the program, as well as the tennis professionals, to ensure the highest level of instruction and enjoyment for the players.
Our goal is to provide a great learning environment to help enable campers to improve their skills, learn to play the game, and have fun! We will do this with a highly organized program and a safe environment using our experience and knowledge coaching and teaching players. Our proven methods and passion for the game will help players get the most out of their time at our camp.
Camps run for 10 weeks, starting Monday, June 26, 2017. Sag Harbor Park Tennis Members or Sag Harbor Residents receive a discount on registration. Please visit SagHarborParkTennis.com for special offers, more information and to register.
Bethpage Park Tennis Center Summer Tennis Camp
99 Quaker Meeting House Road, Building #4
(516) 777-1358 ♦ BethpageParkTennis.com
To be your best, you need the best program, facilities and players
Bethpage Park Tennis Center’s Summer Tennis Camp is designed for maximum time efficiency and productiveness. Bethpage Park’s wealth of tennis courts enables the facility to provide indoor and outdoor courts, hard courts and clay courts. No camp provides a more favorable camper to court ratio than Bethpage Park. This means campers can play singles and doubles matches daily. These opportunities for match play are most beneficial because they are with the finest players the East Coast has to offer.
To be the best, you need the best staff!
Bethpage Park Tennis trains players to excel with greater success than any other eastern camp because of its unique staff. Since year-round program are conducted, Bethpage Park employs proven, full-time professionals to oversee the camp. The rest of the staff is comprised of top-ranked students, many of whom are college standouts, to ensure quality, enthusiasm and continuity of instruction.
Bethpage Park Tennis is very flexible, with nine one-week, as well as partial-week, sessions so that tournament players can design a schedule that accommodates their individual needs. The facility believes that the summer is a great time to drill skills, get match tough and develop fitness habits that will help year-round.
Is this program right for you?
At Bethpage Park Tennis Center’s Summer Tennis Camp, the standards are high, the prerequisites are not! They encourage and value beginners equally with nationally-ranked players. All that is required is the desire to attend a serious tennis camp to learn in an intensive, personal and fun environment, and the drive to achieve your personal best!
Transportation is available, and a daily deli or pizza lunch is included.
Carefree Racquet Club
1414 Jerusalem Avenue
North Merrick, N.Y.
(516) 489-9005 ♦ CarefreeTennis.com
Where can you find a junior summer tennis camp highlighting the excitement of competition, high-structured instruction and plenty of all-around play time? At Carefree Racquet Club, complete with seven air-conditioned indoor tennis courts, two racquetball courts that convert to walleyball, a half-court basketball court, a cozy lounge and snack area … that’s where! At Carefree’s Summer Camp, the staff encourages the social and healthy aspect of loving sports just for the fun of it.
Carefree stresses the positive approach of competition, which gives juniors perspective both on and off the tennis court. In the long run, this brings out the confidence to succeed in whatever our students venture into later in life. The key is to develop behavioral characteristics of success for all of our students: Vision, action, responsibility and independence. Carefree’s staff is comprised of knowledgeable and caring counselors, some of who were, or currently are, college players who also trained at Carefree.
The program is directed by Louis Vallejo, and with 27 years of tennis experience, Louis has coached juniors of all levels of play. Along with his head pros, the tutelage of Carefree’s students is unsurpassed.
Carefree Racquet Club is proud to celebrate its 25th year of its Junior Summer Camp. The success of the summer program comes from the outstanding facility, fun to win attitude and superior pro staff. Camp hours are from noon to 5:00 p.m. Students come in fresh and relaxed with energy, and ready for action.
Carefree’s Junior Summer Tennis Camp is the most flexible on Long Island. You can attend full-time (eight weeks, five days a week) or a fewer number of weeks. You can also attend just two or three days a week if you’d like. You can even come just once a week, but Carefree bets that if you come once, you’ll want to come twice! So come on down and see for yourself … the staff at Carefree Racquet Club will be waiting!
Centercourt Performance Tennis Academy
65 Columbia Road
(973) 539-2054 ♦ CentercourtAcademy.com
A commitment to excellence!
Centercourt Performance Tennis Academy has quickly earned the reputation as one of the sport’s premier destination for player development in the Northeast. With access to 50 tennis courts (hard, Har-Tru, red clay and indoor hard), Centercourt’s tennis camps are a perfect opportunity for players to refine and develop their skills in a short period of time.
Why choose Centercourt?
►Train in a world-class environment with high-performance level coaches from around the world.
►Achieve significant individual improvement in all facets of the game, including technical, physical and mental aspects.
►Centercourt is dedicated to meeting the individual needs of each and every one of its players.
►Academy players are among some of the top Sectional-, National- and ITF-ranked players from around the country.
►Centercourt puts the needs of the player first, in a development-focused model of training.
►Each camp is tailored to the skill levels and goals of the players; featuring small group training, match play, individualized fitness plans, mental coaching and video analysis.
►Tournament coaching and travel.
►Players who commit to Centercourt’s training will see themselves develop life skills that will enable them to become champions, both on and off the court.
Centercourt Performance Tennis Academy provides a superior junior player pathway that satisfies the needs of Sectional- and Nationally-ranked juniors. Centercourt Performance Tennis Academy offers programs with rolling admissions year-round and a 12-week Summer Camp from June 12-Aug. 28.
CourtSense at Ramapo College
505 Ramapo Valley Road
(201) 489-1122 ♦ (201) 569-1114
With CourtSense, you’ll achieve your personal best, because our training is of the highest professional caliber–and easily tailored to suit your age and skill level. We use tennis as a vehicle to teach life lessons by tapping into the spirit of every player, with lots of passion, expertise and character. Our students have access to 32 outdoor and 15 indoor tennis courts and to the revolutionary PlaySight smart court system.
High Performance Summer Tennis Camp at Bogota Racquet Club and/including Overnight camp at Ramapo College. These camps are geared towards High Performance Tournament and high level High School players. We have trained and currently are training players who have become ATP and WTA ranked players, U.S. Olympians, as well as many college scholarship athletes. Our International High Performance Coaches, in collaboration with our fitness staff and a sports psychologist, have developed a program that maximizes all our athletes’ strengths both on and off court.
►Full Day High Performance Tennis Camp at Bogota Racquet Club runs from June 26-Aug. 25 (nine weeks), featuring 10 hours of tennis training; five hours of fitness and eight hours of match/point play) for players ages 11-18. Campers will have access to outdoor and indoor hard and clay courts, with a 3:1 student-to-coach ratio. Weekly dual matches with other academies, and mental toughness training are also included. Transportation service provided from Bogota Racquet Club.
►Sleepaway High Performance Camp at Ramapo College runs from June 26-July 14 (three weeks), featuring 10 hours of tennis training; five hours of fitness and eight hours of match/point play) for players ages 11-18. Campers will have access to outdoor and indoor hard and clay courts, with a 3:1 student-to-coach ratio on a beautiful college campus. Campers will have access to an indoor swimming pool and lunch is provided at a brand new, air-conditioned cafeteria. Two players per fully air-conditioned room with their own shower and bathroom. Roundtrip transportation service from Tenafly and Bogota Racquet Clubs.
►Depending on the needs of the players and based upon their tournament schedule, the first three weeks, the high performance players will train either on outdoor clay courts or on outdoor hard courts, and in case of inclement weather on indoor hard courts at Bogota Racquet Club.
The Early Hit Training Center
Junior Summer Tennis Camp at Glen Head Racquet Club
Contact: Carl Barnett
95 Glen Head Road
Glen Head, N.Y.
(516) 455-1225 ♦ EarlyHit@optonline.net
The comprehensive program at Early Hit Training Center will provide your child with all of the resources necessary to reach their maximum tennis potential.
The Early Hit Training Center incorporates all aspects of the game into a complete program. Each session begins with a nutritionally-complete and balanced shake from Court 7, an on-premise restaurant and smoothie bar.
After a thorough warm-up, the student will work through the core components of tennis, including stroke production, drilling and physical fitness training before breaking for a healthy lunch.
Then, the player moves on to playing dynamics and strategy, and these lessons are reinforced with focused match play. A thorough cool-down and stretching session completes a world-class day of tennis for your child.
With a team of renowned tennis teaching professionals, experienced physical conditioning trainers, movement experts and on-site chef, The Early Hit Training Center offers a unique and total tennis experience.
Contact Carl to attend a spring ALPS session as his guest to experience what camp is like.
Ed Krass' 29th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp
University of Virginia: June 16-17
Lehigh University: July 16-20 & July 22-26; July 16-26 (10-day program)
Brandeis University: July 29-30
(813) 684-9031 ♦ CollegeTennis.com
Coach Ed Krass' 29th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp is the nation's only training camp taught exclusively by head college coaches. The camp is open to all players, ages 15-18, who are interested in playing college tennis. Players receive instruction and training from head coaches representing every level of the college game.
Ed Krass has coached varsity tennis teams at Harvard University, Clemson University and the University of Central Florida prior to founding the College Tennis Exposure Camp.
Under the skillful eyes of top college coaches, players showcase their singles, doubles and One-on-One Doubles skills, and receive specific feedback on their game. Instructional drills and match play competitions are conducted with the same style and intensity as collegiate practice sessions. Players have the opportunity to sample various coaching styles and receive on-court coaching during team competitions. Classroom seminars with college coaches motivate and educate players about college tennis preparation.
The camp is offered the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. from June 16-17; Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. for two sessions, July 16-20 and July 22-26; and Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass. from July 29-30. Dormitory accommodations, cafeteria meals and 24-hour adult supervision are provided.
For more information, call (813) 684-9031 or visit CollegeTennis.com.
Gotham Tennis Academy in The Hamptons
Napeague Tennis Club
47 Montauk Highway
(646) 524-7069 ♦ GothamTennis.com
Gotham Tennis Academy offers summer tennis and sports day camps in the Hamptons at the Napeague Tennis Club, located at 47 Montauk Highway in Amangansett, N.Y. The Academy is directed by enthusiastic, USPTA-certified tennis coaches in a beautiful setting emphasizing skill development, fun and a supportive environment. The tennis and sports camp based at the Napeague Tennis Club is situated in a beautiful location on the Napeague Stretch, five miles east of Main Street in Amagansett, N.Y., next to Cyril’s, and only steps from the beach and the bay!
The Napeague summer program features: An outstanding tennis and multi-sport day camp featuring instructors with international backgrounds; half-day and full-day options available; basketball, soccer and other field sports on multi-purpose courts; kayak, beach trips and mountain bike excursions may be arranged; and transportation can be arranged upon request. New this year, an early drop-off option between 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Light snacks and beverages are provided. Round-trip or one-way transportation may be arranged.
Hofstra Summer Tennis Camp
(516) 463-CAMP ♦ Hofstra.edu/Camp
A great tennis experience for two, four or six weeks
The Hofstra Summer Tennis Camp is suitable for both the beginning player through the advanced player interested in tournament play or wishing to participate on high school tennis teams. Basic techniques are taught to beginners and the Camp also offers the experienced player advanced skills and game strategy.
Each child is instructed according to their ability and previous training is not required. Most lessons are taught in the form of a game. Additionally, all of Hofstra’s instructors have been trained in the 10 & Under Tennis/Quick Start program, the newest approach to teaching tennis to youngsters 10 years of age and younger. QuickStart is sanctioned by the USTA and its format takes a new approach to introducing kids to the game. Campers spend half the day in tennis and the other half participating in swimming, recreation and special events. Transportation and lunch are included in tuition. No instructors are below college age. Tennis Camp Directors Sunny and Eddie Fishkind have been running the camp for more than 30 years and have won many awards.
Hofstra Summer Tennis Camp’s philosophy is that you cannot make a child a great tennis player in two weeks, but you can make them love the game for life!
For additional information about Hofstra Summer Tennis Camp, call (516) 463-CAMP or visit Hofstra.edu/Camp.
Joel Ross Tennis Camp
(914) 723-2165 ♦ JoelRossTennis.com
Joel Ross, owner and director of Joel Ross Tennis Camp in Kent, Conn., is a native Long Islander, having grown up in Westbury, N.Y. He won the New York State High School Singles Championships two consecutive years and earned a full tennis scholarship to the University of Michigan, where he captained the team and played number one singles. In 1971, Joel was Big 10 Singles Champion and was featured on the cover of Tennis Magazine. His best circuit wins include John McEnroe and Tom Gullikson. He currently resides in New Rochelle, N.Y. with his wife, Ellen. Their four grown children each attended and worked at the camp.
Joel Ross Tennis Camp, located only 90 minutes from the Whitestone Bridge, is located in beautiful Kent, Conn., at the base of Mt. Algo, alongside the Housatonic River. The camp facilities include 12 on-campus tennis courts, including four indoor in our own steel building.
Joel is a hands-on director, in attendance 24/7. His program of instruction and fitness in the morning and ladder play in the afternoon and evening has endured for 27 years since the inception of the camp in 1991. Facilities include squash courts, swimming pool, 300-yard driving ranges and canoeing/kayaking on the Housatonic River.
All of our campers and staff are residents. Our tuition covers everything: Private lessons, laundry, snacks, trips, etc. Our campers can also participate in many electives, including archery, squash, canoeing, kayaking, basketball, soccer, football and more! We have a multi-tiered “Bully Prevention Program” in place as well.
Give us a call at (914) 723-2165 and find out why Joel Ross Tennis Camp is a keeper!
Nike Tennis Camps
(800) NIKE-CAMP (645-3226) ♦ USSportsCamps.com
Come join the fun and get better this summer at a Nike Tennis Camp! With more than 80 locations nationwide, both overnight and day options, there is a camp for everyone.
Nike Tennis Camps provide young players the opportunity to improve their tennis skills, work hard, make new friends and have a lot of fun. Dedicated camp directors have a passion for teaching and a gift for helping you take your game to the next level.
Locations include: Robbie Wagner’s Tournament Training Camp (Glen Cove, N.Y.); Lawrenceville School (Lawrenceville, N.J.); Randy Mani Tennis Academy at Hardscrabble Club (Brewster, N.Y.); Colgate University (Hamilton, N.Y.); and Chirico-Cohen Tournament Training at Chestnut Hill College (Chestnut Hill, Pa.).
Who says that only kids can go to camp?
The Nike Adult Tennis Camp at Amherst College has hosted more than 30,000 adult tennis players since 1972. Camp Directors Reiny Maier and Maureen Rankine are outstanding teachers and passionate coaches who inspire all players to get better and love the game. Multiple camp options and dates offered throughout June and July.
Visit USSportsCamps.com/Tennis for details.
Peter Kaplan's Westhampton Beach Junior/Adult Tennis Academy
(631) 288-4021 ♦ (914) 234-9462
Peter Kaplan’s Westhampton Beach Junior/Adult Tennis Academy, and the affiliated Grassmere Inn, is a wonderful destination for beginners to nationally-ranked players of all ages. Private instruction, clinics, one to seven full- and half-day camps are offered. The flexibility of the programming enables participants to enjoy the nearby beautiful ocean beaches, charming village, Performing Arts Center, movie theatre, wine country, shopping, cafes, restaurants and nearby water park.
Resident students/families/teams stay at the historic, newly-renovated and highly-honored Grassmere Inn, located on quiet, tree-lined Beach Lane, 50 yards from the beginning of the charming village, yet less than one mile from a beautiful ocean beach. The Grassmere's 22 guest rooms all have air conditioning, WiFi, cable TV and private bathrooms. Ideal for families, are two suites or interconnected rooms. A delicious breakfast is included daily.
The Tennis Academy features 12 soft courts and features an enthusiastic staff, renowned for its high-quality instruction with an average student/staff ratio of 2:1.
Most participants seek a less intensive program of three to five hours of instruction daily. Visiting tennis pros bring students with Kaplan's staff available to supplement the pros. Here, you can play tennis during the day, go to the beach and have a glass of wine at sunset, and then dine at a great restaurant, or take in a movie or a show at the Performing Arts Center.
We are the only academy in the world the USTA selected for the members benefits program for both juniors and adults. And we are annually selected among the top 25 in the world and number one in the East by TennisResortsonline.com.
Also, we will once again be offering partial and full scholarships to both adults and juniors, for our tennis academy. These are for beginning tennis players who have made contributions to their community, and are in the names of two of Peter Kaplan’s Cornell roommates.
Contact us for more information!
Port Washington Tennis Academy Camp Programs
100 Harbor Road
Port Washington, N.Y.
(516) 883-6425 ♦ PWTA.com
Port Washington Tennis Academy’s Summer Camp and Year-End Camp
There is a difference in tennis day camps. The "unique" concept at the Port Washington Tennis Academy starts with a limited enrollment of only 50 juniors (a maximum of four per court).
Tournament players to beginners receive special concentrated training from an elite international staff of Academy-trained professionals. Specific additional training on an exclusive 1/4-mile indoor running track provides the unusual benefit of maximizing each student's speed and endurance performance capability.
At Port Washington Tennis Academy (PWTA), 17 indoor courts guarantee 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. all-weather instruction. PWTA’s proven method includes intensive instruction, supervised practice and match play. Daily tennis-specific fitness drills provide for a super summer experience. Each camper will return home a much improved player. Luncheon (prepared in PWTA’s own kitchen) and additional weekend and weekday playing time is available for our students at no extra cost.
The Junior Summer Camp consists of two five-week sessions, held Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Mini-Camp and Junior Clinics are also held from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. The End-of-Year Junior Camp takes place during the December school vacation period.
Call (516) 883-6425 for additional information.
Ross School Tennis Academy Summer 2017
(631) 907-5162 ♦ Ross.org/Tennis
The Ross School Tennis Center, located on the Upper School campus in East Hampton, N.Y., is a wonderful resource in the Hamptons open to seasonal and year-round residents. It features six Har-Tru tennis courts that are enclosed by a bubble from mid-fall through mid-spring, allowing for year-round play. The courts are directly adjacent to the beautiful, state-of-the-art Fieldhouse where players can take advantage of its many amenities, including locker rooms, lounge, snack bar, and ping pong tables. It is also used for a variety of special events and is available for private parties. This intensive program is specially designed for a small group of players dedicated to training to their highest potential every day. Boarding is available for ages 12 and up.
Ross School Tennis Academy (Grades 9-12)–RSTA and Ross School Junior Tennis Academy (Grades 5-8)–RSJTA
►Train on six impeccably maintained Har-Tru courts and two hard courts in preparation for USTA tournaments.
►Four hour tennis practice daily (plus one hour of fitness) in small group and private sessions with the highest level players and coaches from around the world.
►Daily Match Play component and weekly Interclub tournaments for maximal game practice.
►Daily lunch at the renowned Ross café featuring the healthiest and most abundant variety of locally grown, farm-to-table style, delicious food.
Reside in luxurious boarding houses with students from around the world and take part in weekend and evening excursions to local Hamptons activities or New York City. Program runs rain or shine–there is always a new part of the game to discover and explore. Additional private training, sports psychologist sessions and coaching are available for a fee.
Ross School Youth Tennis Academy (Grades 1-4)–RSYTA
RSYTA is a specialized U10 training program designed for our youngest serious tennis players entering grades first through fourth who already play more than two times per week. All training is with orange and green dot balls and includes a daily fitness and match play component. Players must be able to serve and keep score. Space is limited and tryout required.
Dates and Times (June 26-Sept. 1)
►RSYTA Grades 1-4, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (lunch not included)
►RSJTA Grades 5-8, Monday-Friday from 10:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
►RSTA Grades 9-12, Monday-Friday from 10:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sanchez-Casal Tennis Academy
(239) 263-1818 ♦ ASC-Florida.com
The ASC Summer Camp is designed for players from around the world. The Sanchez-Casal System allows all levels of players to enjoy high performance training. Basic, intermediate and advanced level players will all thrive within the ASC training environment.
The ideal combination of tennis and performance training, languages classes and leisure activities which campers experience make for an unforgettable summer camp experience.
Five reasons to choose Academy Sanchez-Casal (ASC)
1. The ASC Training System: Spanish tennis greats Emilio Sanchez and Sergio Casal developed their training philosophy and program at their inaugural tennis academy in Barcelona. It delivers a proven combination of tennis development training, strategic technical, tactical, physical and mental as well as top-notch competition.
2. The ASC Campus: Unlike many academies, the ASC tennis facilities, residences and ES School are all located within one property, thereby creating a safe, fun, healthy, family atmosphere for all student-athletes.
3. Summer Camp Activities: Enjoy the best parts of Florida (Orlando amusement parks, The Everglades, pristine Gulf Coast beaches and more). Plus we speak English, Italian, Spanish and French. And we teach you language courses during the summer program for free as an option.
4. World Class Results: ASC alumni have excelled at every level of competitive tennis—from junior, national and international rankings and titles, to Collegiate All-American status and NCAA titles, to Olympic medals, to ATP/WTA titles, top 10 ATP/WTA rankings and Major Championship titles. Svetlana Kuznetsova, Andy Murray, Daniela Hantuchova, Grigor Dimitrov and Juan Monaco are just a few of ASC’s best-known professional alumni.
5. International Exchange Program: Besides the ASC-FL annual training in Naples, Fla., ASC and ES International School is the only residential tennis academy in the world to have wholly-owned campus headquarters located in both Europe and the United States. Its Exchange Program offers high-school and high performance tennis. College planning and placement is also offered.
Southern California Tennis Academy
(562) 704-2241 ♦ SCTennisAcademy.com
Running June 25-Aug. 25, 2017 the Southern California Tennis Academy will have six weeks of options for boarding summer camps. Director Mitch Bridge and USC Head Coach Peter Smith offer a tremendous amount of tennis knowledge that helps develop players more rapidly. The workout is highly energetic and fun, and we believe in competing most of the time whether it’s with drills, serving or points play. The constant change and variety of formatting makes the seven-hour training day fly by.
Boarding is at California State University, Long Beach with a boy’s dorm and girl’s dorm and two players to each room. All meals are served at the school’s cafeteria, and there are a variety of healthy options. Boarders have access to the rec room with dodge ball, rock climbing, foosball, and a variety of other activities with a pool and beach volleyball courts.
On Tuesday and Thursday evenings and weekends, our boarders will go on fun social activities like Disneyland, movies, beach bonfires, Hollywood, Huntington Beach, Angel’s games, concerts and bowling. On the weekends players will have the option of playing a tournament or going on the social activities.
SPORTIME EXCEL and JMTA Tennis Training Camps
Locations on Long Island, in Manhattan and Westchester
(888) NY-TENNIS ♦ (888) 698-3664
SportimeCamps.com ♦ Camps@SportimeNY.com
SPORTIME EXCEL and JMTA Training Camps train 52 weeks a year. With multiple Tennis Camp locations across Long Island, in New York City and in Westchester, aspiring tennis players can experience SPORTIME and the John McEnroe Tennis Academy’s premier tennis training programs for recreational and aspiring junior players of all ages and abilities.
SPORTIME’s training methods are fun and fast-paced, featuring stroke production, competitive games and tactical training for match play. Innovative tennis training techniques and tennis-specific conditioning regimens help newer players learn and enjoy and prepares serious juniors for the physical, mental and emotional demands of the sport of tennis. SPORTIME campers develop positive self-esteem and laser-like focus. The program is dedicated to turning weaknesses into strengths and strengths into winning games. Tennis programs vary at each camp location.
Visit SportimeCamps.com to find out more information on SPORTIME EXCEL and JMTA Tennis Training Camps.
SPORTIME Summer Tennis & Sports Camps
Locations across Long Island, in Manhattan, Westchester and Schenectady
(888) 698-3664 ♦ SportimeCamps.com
“Last year, I had the best summer ever!” Who said that? Every kid who attended a SPORTIME Summer Camp last summer! That's because at all SPORTIME summer camps, the staff makes sure that every kid is safe, that every kid has fun and that every kid has positive experiences that they will always remember. How does SPORTIME do it? It's really quite simple:
►The staff is experienced and skilled
►The programming is challenging, innovative and educational
►The facilities are state-of-the-art and safe
►And … SPORTIME knows how to make camp fun!
From preschoolers to older kids who love tennis and sports, each SPORTIME camp challenges a child’s abilities, while enhancing their self-esteem and providing positive social interaction. Programs and facilities vary at each camp location. High-level tennis, volleyball and hockey-specific camps are also available. Go to SportimeCamps.com to find the perfect camp for your child.
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
(718) 760-6200 ♦ NTC.USTA.com
The USTA Billie Jean National Tennis Center will once again offer seven weeks of fun in the sun tennis day camps starting in June. Enrollment will soon be available online and you may choose registration for one, two or as many as seven weeks. The weekly program runs Mondays through Fridays, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break or a twilight session from 4:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Campers work on the development of tennis techniques, tactics, sports conditioning, multi-sports and strategy geared toward maximizing the learning experience in a fun presentation. As the juniors develop, they are advanced to more challenging groups. Tennis activities include Stroke of the Day, team games and competitive match play.
The camp also offers cross-training activities, such as soccer, softball and basketball in the park or at the Corona Park multi-purpose recreational facility, off-site field trips include ice skating, Mets games, and more, and full access to the many fun activities on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
The program accepts junior players, ages four- through 10-years-old for the 10 & Under programs. Recreational players 11-years-old and up are enrolled in the Junior Camps (8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.). Advanced High Performance Tournament training campers will also be invited to participate in an intensive Tennis Academy training program.
The National Tennis Center has 22 outdoor courts, 12 indoor courts, and four stadium courts. Also on-site are ping-pong tables, ball machines, a fitness center, and other age-appropriate fun activities like arts, multi-sports, arts and crafts, and other engaging sporting events. The primary focus will be on developing tennis skills, while offering other activities to enhance the learning and summer camp experience.
Also offered are junior evening and weekend programs, as well as adult daytime, weekday evening and weekend camps.
Detailed information will be available soon at NTC.USTA.com. You may contact the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at (718) 760-6200 for more information about year-round and summer day camp programs.
Windridge Tennis and Sports Camps
1215 Roxbury Road
(802) 860-2005 ♦ WindridgeCamps.com
Windridge ... a tradition of tennis, soccer and horseback riding and so much more for 50 years. Located in the Green Mountains of Vermont, the Windridge Tennis and Sports Camps stand unique in that they feature specialized sports programs within the framework of a traditional New England camp setting.
Since 1968, children have come to Windridge from most of the 50 states and many foreign countries to share in the Windridge experience. Campers make a commitment to hard work, good sportsmanship, and wholesome fun and laughter.
Within a warm and friendly environment, campers make lifelong friends while learning skills for life.
Windridge offers two- and three-week coed sessions from June through August, serving ages seven through 15. Windridge’s 4:1 camper-to-counselor ratio is an important factor in its warm and nurturing environment.
Windridge offers “majors” in tennis, soccer and horseback riding, and also offers many elective programs, such as golf, mountain biking, archery, a ropes course, basketball, volleyball, arts and crafts, and more. Windridge adds to this, a wide variety of exceptional evening activities and special events to create a well-rounded experience for each camper.