What to bring:

  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Towel
  • Snacks
  • Lunch (full day only)
  • Appropriate tennis attire and footwear
  • Racket
  • Face mask

Tennis Central Spartans Plus

Eleven one-week sessions 
June 7–August 20 
Rising 1st through rising 3rd graders 
8:30 a.m.–3 p.m., $485 per week ($388 for July 6–9) 

8:30–11:30 a.m., $289 per week ($230 for July 6–9) 
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red 

Spartans Plus expands deeper into tennis development through various tennis–specific developmental activities. Each camper will be assessed and then assigned to sections where they can further enhance their skills at the proper speed.  

Sample Daily Schedule

8:30–8:45 a.m. Getting ready

8:45–9:15 a.m.

Warm–ups, stretches, agility 

9:15–9:50 a.m.

Drills, skill–based activities (groundstroke & netplay techniques)

9:50–10:10 a.m.

Break/snack

10:10–11:20 a.m.

Serves, fun games, point play

11:20–11:30 a.m.

Pack up and half–day dismissal

11:30 a.m.–12 p.m.

Lunch

12–12:10 p.m.

Getting ready

12:10–12:40 p.m.

Warm–ups, stretches, agility 

12:40–1:15 p.m.

Drills, skill–based activities (groundstroke & netplay techniques)

1:15–1:35 p.m.

Break/snack

1:35–2:50 p.m.

Serves, fun games, point play

2:50–3 p.m.

Pack up and dismissal

Tennis Balls
One of the cornerstones of the modern tennis system is the series of slow tennis balls designed to bounce lower and slower than typical regulation yellow tennis balls. The theory behind this design difference is that by tailoring the ball to the player, he/she is better able to master his/her swing resulting in longer rallies and more opportunities to hit the ball.

Elective: Before & After Video, $75
Parents do not always get the chance to witness their child’s improvements, so this optional video add-on will allow you to see your child’s technical progression from the first to the last day. This professional piece will become a necessary and useful tool to share with other coaches and programs. Videos will be shot on the child’s first day of their first registered session and the last day of their last registered session. Allow two weeks for video editing and then final product will be sent via email. Check out a sample Before & After Video.

Rainy Day Activities
World-class tennis programs always include classroom education. Strategy and mental acuity are best taught through conversation, blackboard visualization, and indoor testing. Part of our curriculum is to use rain days to improve our players’ tennis IQ. Our indoor activities are designed to further expand players’ skill sets.

  • The History of Tennis: Learning about the history of tennis helps to expand each player’s appreciation of the game. We may play some movies covering the origin of the game or the path to success for some tennis greats such as Serena Williams and others.  
  • Indoor Activities: We have created over 50 exercises designed to develop and master motor skills, mental acuity, and focus as well as their understanding of the rules of the game.  

Depending on the amount of rain and the strength of the sun after a storm, it can take up to 1 ½ hours to get the courts safe for play. 

Also check out Tennis Central’s Mini Spartans for younger campers and Titan Training and Academy for older campers.

At Tennis Central, our belief is that every child is gifted and our responsibility is to inspire each one to aspire to greater achievements. When we trust their talent, build their confidence, and share our passion for tennis with them, children always surprise us with outstanding results. Our mission is to give each child memorable and empowering tennis experiences they will be proud of. Tennis Central has one goal – to turn your child into the best tennis version of him/herself. For this reason, our staff of directors and counselors are highly trained and Tennis Central Certified. Our Directors are all former or active professional and college-level players, but what sets them apart is our belief in exponential improvements. Our counselors are carefully hand-picked and taught to care for your child like he/she is family. They are equally equipped with the same systematic attention to progress. In a nutshell, your child’s improvement is our badge of honor, and we like our reputation to be the best.