| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff












Bethpage Park Tennis Center Summer Tennis Camp
99 Quaker Meeting House Road, Building #4 ♦ Farmingdale, N.Y.
(516) 777-1358 ♦ 
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 ♦ 
Where can you find a junior summer multi-sport 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 playing surface. In the long run, this brings out the confidence to succeed in whatever their students venture into later in life. The key is to develop behavioral characteristics of success for all of 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 24th 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. Each participant follows their schedule for the day of tennis, basketball and walleyball.

Carefree’s Junior Summer Multi-Sport 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 ♦ Morristown, N.J.
(973) 539-2054 ♦ 
Contact: Clay Bibbee at Clay@CentercourtClub.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 13-Sept. 2, 2016.


Doubles Boot Camp With Hall of Famer Gigi Fernandez 
Chelsea Piers
1 Blachley Road ♦ Stamford, Conn.
(203) 989-1800 or (203) 807-3848
MasterDoubles.com ♦ DoublesBootCamp.com

A unique opportunity to learn the game of doubles from one of the best doubles players in the history of the game, Gigi Fernandez, in partnership with one of the premier fitness experts in the tennis industry, Dr. Mark Kovacs.

What makes Gigi unique from other Grand Slam doubles champions is that she has spent the past four years teaching recreational players from the 3.0 to 5.0 Levels how to excel at doubles.

She now brings her expert perspective on doubles to tennis enthusiasts who can attend a weekend of intense doubles education, training and fun at Chelsea Piers in Stamford, Conn. Space is limited.

Subjects covered:
►Understanding high percentage shot selection with positioning to make your opponent play low percentage shots.

►Court coverage in doubles.

►Serve strategies for holding serve, even if your serve is weak and your partner doesn’t help.

►Return strategies that will give you the best opportunity to break serve.

►Optimal and high percentage shot selection based on the three different formations that you face in doubles: Two up, two back and one up/one back.

►The mental game of doubles: How it differs from singles.

►Partnerships and communication: How to pick the right partner, who should play what side and how to work with your partners.


Ed Krass' 27th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp
►June 15-17 at The University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla.
►July 8-10 at The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
►July 17-21 & July 23-27 at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa.
►July 30-31 at Brandeis University, Waltham, Ma.
(813) 684-9031 ♦ 
Coach Ed Krass' 27th 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 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 at University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla. from June 15-17; the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. from July 8-10; Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. for two sessions, July 17-21 and July 23-27; and Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass. from July 30-31. Dormitory accommodations, cafeteria meals and 24-hour adult supervision are provided.

For more information, call (813) 684-9031 or visit CollegeTennis.com.


Gold Coast Sports Academy
Locations in New Hyde Park, Greenvale, Sag Harbor, East Hampton and Montauk
(516) 551-9122
GoldCoastAcademy.org ♦ 
This summer Gold Coast Sports Academy (GCSA) is proud to announce a partnership with Paul Annacone and Annacone Tennis Management to launch The Paul Annacone Tennis Academy. Paul is a former top-ranked ATP professional and is known as “The Coaches Coach,” having coached among others: Pete Sampras, Sloane Stephens and Roger Federer during his 2012 Wimbledon title. Paul brings his years of experience in playing professionally and coaching at the highest level to its highly-skilled coaches in intense train-the-trainer sessions and visits to Gold Coast camps.

It is in these train-the-trainer sessions and their visits to camp that the coaches and players will become experts in Paul’s methodology and philosophy. Paul Annacone Tennis Camps will open in five different locations on Long Island: Michael J. Tully Park in New Hyde Park, N.Y.; CW Post LIU in Greenvale, N.Y.; Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor, N.Y.; East Hampton Tennis Club in East Hampton, N.Y.; and Montauk Downs in Montauk, N.Y.

GCSA is a member of the Oasis Children’s Day Camps family of camps. GCSA, launching in the summer of 2016, takes all the professional experience and know-how developed over the last 16 years about summer camp and combines it with world-class professional sports training. Gold Coast has partnered with premier professional athletes to develop the most sophisticated state-of-the-art training methodology to bring to its camper-athletes. GCSA Summer Sports Academy is for boys, girls, and teens, ages five through 16. Gold Coast’s other Academies are the; Karl-Anthony Towns Basketball Academy, Sue Bird Basketball Academy, Jozy Altidore Soccer Academy, Brad Guzan Goalkeeper Academy, and Max Seibald Lacrosse Academy.

These unique sports camps provide camper-athletes with an unprecedented opportunity to get the highest level of training each and every time they step on the court and field at GCSA. GCSA camper-athletes will learn about what it takes to succeed in sports—both physically and mentally. 


Gotham Tennis Academy in The Hamptons
Napeague Tennis Club
47 Montauk Highway ♦ Amangansett, N.Y. ♦ (646) 524-7069

East Hampton Tennis House ♦ 226 Patingo Road ♦ East Hampton, N.Y.
GothamTennis.com ♦ Info@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. Gotham Tennis Academy’s newest location is at East Hampton House Resort, located at 226 Patingo Road in East Hampton, 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 ♦​ 
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 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.


Indian Head Camp
(914) 345-2155
IndianHead.com ♦ 
"Childhood Unlimited" … that's the mantra at Indian Head Camp.
Indian Head Camp is a seven-week traditional sleepaway camp experience where seemingly endless days bring limitless opportunities to celebrate the wonder of being a kid.

Tennis happens to be a huge part of Indian Head’s days, especially since one of the Camp’s Owner/Directors Lauren Rutkowski began her camp experience as a tennis instructor. Many years later, Lauren is still very much leading the way for Indian Head's A+-ranked tennis program, which consists of a USTA-accredited pro and an international team of instructors and players.

Indian Head has 16 state-of-the-art tennis courts, four indoor—all with lighting for nighttime play. In addition to group and private one-on-one lessons, Indian Head’s facility is available for tennis retreats, group rentals, specialty camps, weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and birthday parties.

At Indian Head, your camper will trade in electronics, the Internet, and their cellphone (none are allowed at camp), for a seven-week experience in athletics, arts, aquatics and outdoor adventure. Their days will be packed, so they can play in all their favorite activities, and challenge themselves in areas they never knew they would love.

So while your camper will hone in on their tennis talent and find their true potential, they'll also come home exhausted from one of the best summer experiences of their lives. Get a copy of the award-winning documentary "Camp" about a single summer at Indian Head at IndianHead.com—and get answers to all your questions.

Indian Head Camp cannot wait to welcome you and your family to their home!


Julian Krinsky School of Tennis
610 South Henderson Road ♦ King of Prussia, Pa.
(866) 879-5527 ♦ 
Julian Krinsky School of Tennis was created more than 35 years ago by Julian Krinsky, who played at Wimbledon and the French Open. Over the years, the School has trained more than 20,000 tennis players. Julian Krinsky School of Tennis knows each player has unique goals, interests and strengths. This is why the School has reimagined the tennis camp experience and allows you to choose the intensity you want to learn to achieve the best results for YOU!

First, choose from five levels of tennis. Then, each day, pick from a variety of concentrations so you can focus on the areas of your game that matter most to you:

►Tennis Basic Training: Makes the game easier and more fun; play games and build confidence in a relaxed environment.

►Tennis for Improvement: Increase consistency, endurance, footwork and compete in weekly tournaments.

►Tennis to Compete: Ideal for school team players to prep for next season's tryouts or to improve your spot on the team.

►Tennis for Tournaments: This is the turning point. Prepare for USTA tournaments, step up your training, and learn to execute your best game every time.

►Tennis for College: For the true competitors who want high-performance and high-intensity classes to prepare for college level tennis. Classes that will push you past your limits to achieve greatness.

No matter what your goal or level is, work with Julian Krinsky School of Tennis’ professional instructors to reinvent your tennis game. Plus, enjoy campus life at Haverford College or Villanova University, evening activities and weekend trips!

For more information, visit Info.JKCP.com/TennisMag.


Max Tennis Academy
Jericho, N.Y. ♦ (516) 244-2979
MaxTennis.net ♦ 
Max Tennis Academy is proud to offer a nine-week, full-service summer program where children, ages five through 18, can learn to play tennis or further advance their skills.

This program will test the endurance and skill of players of every level. The outdoor program operates Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. with the flexibility to customize a registration package:

►Daily, weekly or monthly rates

►Half- or full-days offered

►Early drop-off and late pick-up available

►Full Lunch Menu Daily (including Kosher or gluten-free by request)

The summer camp is conveniently located in Nassau County, just minutes from the Long Island Expressway, Meadowbrook Parkway and Northern State Parkway. It operates under the supervision of internationally-respected coaches Andrei Rosianu and Cornel Marola. With more than 20 years of experience, Andrei’s coaching technique has positioned students in world-class ITF competitions, as well as placement in top-tier universities. Cornel shares his time between coaching on the ATP Tour (including Florin Mergea, ranked 12th in world doubles ranking) and instructing local competitive juniors.

A typical day begins with warm-up and stretching. Then focuses on stroke technique, introduction to game play, and confidence-building drills. The afternoon will emphasize competitive singles/doubles matches, fun games and conditioning. This program is a great way to introduce children to tennis or expand the skills of experienced players. Other highlights include:

►Preparation for high school or college teams

►Fitness and mental resilience preparation for competition

►Indoor play available upon inclement weather

After camp, an adult outdoor program is offered, “Maximum Performance Zone.” The Max Zone is available every Tuesday and Thursday night. This program is fast-paced competitive doubles games, with upbeat music in the background. The first 20 minutes are dedicated to drills, followed by a variety of high-intensity cardio games. Players can come with a partner or one will be assigned.

Call Andrei at (516) 244-2979 for more information or to schedule a free evaluation.


New York Tennis at Shelter Rock Tennis and Country Club Summer Camp
100 Long Island Expressway ♦ Manhasset, N.Y.

Contact: Howie Arons (516) 233-2790
New York Tennis Academy was formed more than 25 years ago and has since produced more than 250 ranked junior players and more than 75 Division I college players. The Academy has trained more than 1,000 high school and middle school scholastic players. The Academy’s intermediate and advanced programs integrate match play into most sessions.

Camp facilities are among the finest on Long Island. The Shelter Rock Tennis and Racquet Club is undoubtedly at the top of the tennis club ladder. Many of Long Island’s top players are members there. With an Olympic-sized swimming pool, three indoor courts and more than 20 outdoor Har-Tru tennis courts, Shelter Rock is the ideal place for a junior tennis player to spend their summer.

New York Tennis Academy is under the direction of Howie Arons. For more than 35 years, Howie has developed and coached some of the top junior players in the area. In addition to Howie, Brian Stein and Rob Weidenbaum serve as camp directors. They will be sure to look after every junior’s personal needs at camp. Brian and Rob currently coach many top juniors and will instill a true competitive presence at camp. The staff will be completed with top college players who were once juniors in the program and fully New York Tennis Academy’s Hard Work Philosophy.

Every junior player should love going to camp and have a great summer tennis experience. The entire staff at New York Tennis Academy will be dedicated to giving its players a great summer of tennis.

What makes New York Tennis Academy different?
►Early drop-off for working parents

►Individualized attention—meeting each students’ need

►Flexibility—accommodating students’ and parents’ busy schedules

Why choose us?
►Programs for all levels—from beginners through tournament training

►Daily singles ladders with weekly camp champions—trophies weekly

►Olympic-sized heated swimming pool

►Campers can order from a wide menu for lunch (we have country club food and Kosher food upon request)

►Sports drinks and water readily available all day

►Indoor courts available for inclement weather


Nike Tennis Camps
(800) NIKE-CAMP (645-3226) ♦ 
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: Fordham University (Bronx, N.Y.); Lawrenceville School (Lawrenceville, N.J.); Randy Mani Tennis Academy at Hardscrabble Club (Brewster, NY); Colgate University (Hamilton, N.Y.); Chirico-Cohen Tournament Training at Chestnut Hill College (Chestnut Hill, Pa.); and Sacred Heart University (Fairfield, Conn.).

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. The Lawrenceville School and Curry College also offer adult weekend clinics.


Peter Kaplan's Westhampton Beach Junior/Adult Tennis Academy
Contact: Peter Kaplan at (631) 288-4021 or (914) 234-9462
PeterKaplan2002@yahoo.com ♦ 
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 and clinics are offered daily. Camps and one- through seven-day programs are available. The flexibility of the programming enables participants to enjoy the nearby beautiful beaches, charming village, Performing Arts Center, wine country, flower farms, and other East End attractions. Peter Kaplan, former New York State Tennis Champion, and a graduate of Cornell University, is on-site every day.

Resident students/families/teams stay at the historic Grassmere Inn, located on quiet, tree-lined Beach Lane in Westhampton Beach, only 50 yards from the beginning of the charming village, yet less than one mile from a beautiful beach. The Grassmere has 22 guest rooms, all with air conditioning, WiFi, cable television and private bathrooms. Ideal for families, are two suites or interconnected rooms. A delicious breakfast of fresh muffins, bagels, cereal, fruit, juice, coffee, tea, milk and yogurt is included daily.

The Tennis Academy, located three miles away, is primarily a teaching center featuring 12 soft courts. We have welcomed participants from over 25 countries and 30 states. The Academy features an enthusiastic staff, renowned for its high-quality instruction and low student-to-staff ratio.

Thirty-five Japanese juniors have been coming for three weeks annually, for the last eight years. They run three miles before breakfast and then 10 hours of instruction, running and matches. However, most participants seek a less intensive program, taking three to five hours of instruction daily. The staff is always accommodating and happy to tailor programs to fit the needs of the customer. There are also tennis pros who bring groups. The Academy’s staff is available to supplement visiting pros staff. The groups always have an incredible time, some having returned for 10 consecutive years. Tennis during the day, a trip to the beach in the late afternoon, perhaps a glass of wine at sunset, and then dining at a great restaurant, a movie or a show at the Performing Arts Center.


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
18 Goodfriend Drive ♦ East Hampton, N.Y.
(631) 907-5162
Ross.org/TennisAcademy ♦ 
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. The Center features six Har-Tru tennis courts enclosed by a bubble from mid-fall through mid-spring, allowing for year-round play. The courts are 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. The Fieldhouse is also used for a variety of special events and is available for private parties.

USTA/ITF players in grades five through 12 can join the Ross School Tennis Academy program, where you can increase your skills under a high-level tennis training program. 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.

At the Ross School Tennis Academy (grades nine through 12th) and the Ross School Junior Tennis Academy (grades fifth through eighth) Summer program, you will:

►Train on six impeccably maintained Har-Tru courts in preparation for USTA tournaments.

►Practice for four hours tennis daily, plus one hour of fitness in group and private sessions with other high level players.

►Receive top-level instruction, custom designed to improve your game by seasoned RSTA pros.

►Reside in luxurious boarding houses with students from around the world, dining at the renowned Ross Café and taking part in weekend and evening excursions to local Hamptons activities or to New York City.

►Additional private training, sports psychologist sessions and coaching are available for a fee.


Southampton Camp & Club
Director: Thomas Coffey & Cindy Davidowitz
Winter: 85 Crescent Beach Road
Glen Cove, N.Y. ♦ (516) 953-5176

Summer: 665 Majors Path
Southampton, N.Y. ♦ (631) 488-4700
SouthamptonCC.com ♦ 
Southampton Camp & Club (SCC), part of the TLC Family of Camps, offers an extraordinary program at their Southampton, N.Y. location for children ages two-and-a-half through 14 years of age.

SCC’s campus features a beautiful 17-acre wooded landscape in the middle of Southampton, just 1.5 miles north of Route 27. SCC offers the perfect summer program for every camper with our camp program filled with a unique blend of age appropriate activities including aquatics, athletics and tennis and creative and performing arts and special events that help build a strong foundation of physical movement skills and cross-training, essential for the development of every child. SCC also offers a Tennis Academy program for campers ages eight through 14.

SCC offers air-conditioned bus transportation, included in the tuition, from Westhampton-Bridgehampton, flexible enrollment options, including full- and mini-day, and is also committed to small groups with extensive staffing. Qualified teachers, coaches and activity specialists ensure that all campers have the best summer possible.

SCC’s tennis program is facilitated by the nationally-renowned Cliff Drysdale Tennis company, and provides world-class coaching from a highly-qualified national and international staff. With a well-balanced program of technique, strategy, game-play, fitness and having lots of fun, SCC’s program is established to instill qualities, both on and off the tennis court. With its structured curriculum, SCC helps improve and develop tennis and skills in young players, not just for the season, but for life.

Come and join us at Southampton Camp & Club and enjoy the perfect summer program, building self-confidence, self-esteem and resilience in a safe and fun environment.


SPORTIME JMTA and EXCEL Tennis Training Camps
Locations on Long Island, in Manhattan and Westchester
(888) NY-TENNIS ♦ (888) 698-3664
SportimeCamps.com ♦ 
With multiple SPORTIME 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 JMTA and EXCEL Tennis Training Camps.


SPORTIME Summer Tennis & Sports Camps
Locations across 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.


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 ♦ 
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.


Tiger Tennis Summer Camp at LIU Post
(646) 339-6450
TigerTennisAcademy.com ♦ 
Tiger Tennis & Swim Day Camp, located on the campus of LIU Post University in beautiful Brookville, N.Y., will be running an eight-week program starting on June 27, 2016.

LIU Women’s Tennis Head Coach Walter Giacometti is excited for another great summer camp after a successful year one. The camp is for children ages six- to 17-years-old. The camp has children from the beginner level, who have never played tennis before, all the way to tournament players who compete not only in tournaments, but also on their high school teams.

Each day begins at 9:30 a.m. with a warm up of group activities and coordination exercises with both static and dynamic stretching. After the warm up, kids are divided up by level and are placed on courts for their lesson of the day. Tennis instruction is completed at 11:30 a.m. Children then have one-hour of indoor swim time. The indoor pool is located right next to the tennis courts at the Pratt Recreation Center. Lunch is from 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Hillwood Commons Center. Students can pick from most any items in the cafeteria, as lunch is included. After lunch is completed, students head back to the courts for some supervised free play on the tennis courts or adjacent fields. At 2:00 p.m., students begin match play. If beginner students are not capable to play matches, there will be more instruction and supervised games that will take place. Each week, Tiger Tennis has team competitions that the kids look forward to every time. Pick up from camp is at 4:00 p.m. and transportation is offered if needed.

Tiger Tennis is looking forward to another summer of fun and to seeing all of the children at LIU Post.

For more information on programs and to register, visit TigerTennisAcdemy.com or e-mail Walter@TigerTennisAcademy.com.


USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Flushing, N.Y.
(718) 760-6200 ♦ 
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 ♦ Roxbury, Vt.
(802) 860-2005 ♦ 
Windridge ... a tradition of tennis, soccer and horseback riding and so much more for almost 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.

For more information, visit WindridgeCamps.com or contact Camp Director Norbert Auger at NAuger@WindridgeCamps.com.