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Tennis, Advanced 3.5+ (small class size)   

This class is for players regularly playing competitive tennis, such as a team, league, tournament, or other competitive play, who want to improve their strokes and strategy. Drills will be faster paced and focused on covering the net in doubles, offense/defense, serve and volley drills, changing strategy, doubles team work and ideas, and some work on specialty shots and when to use them. Advanced players generally have stronger ground strokes and more aggressive volleys, and they are able to handle an opponent’s offensive strokes at the net. Game play each class. (NTRP 3.5 or over.) Tennis sneakers and racket required.



Tennis, Advanced 3.5+ (small class size)
Item: GST3001 Ann Moore
Sa 10/16/2021 - 12/4/2021 

****Dates changed. Class now meets on 6 Saturdays-10/16, 10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/20 & 12/4. Class doesn't meet on 11/13 & 11/27.

Tennis sneakers and racket required.

Masks are required while gathered for instruction and may be removed when students are social distanced and physical activity begins.


 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Fee: $99.00

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