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Camps & Clinics

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Tennis Instruction: Clinics

WCPR offers an assortment of instructional programs for youth and adults in a variety of ALL skill levels/ages. Our 7 certified tennis pros are some of the best players/teachers in the area!


Summer Tennis Session

The WCPR Summer Tennis Session will run from June 3rd to August 3rd.
Click HERE for our New Summer Session Schedule.
New Summer Clinic Just Now Online: ISC Adult Advanced Drills 3.5-4.0 Saturday 9:30-11am Instructed by Coach Hains. Click HERE

FALL Tennis Session
Look for our FALL Tennis Session Schedule to go online here around July 8th.
Our FALL REGISTRATION will happen on JULY 16th - 10am for Juniors and 11am for Adults.

For a list of some of our Junior Clinic Programs Descriptions and Requirements
Click HERE

Skill Level Breakdown: 

For those that are just that... a beginner! Beginner clinics are for players looking to learn the basics of technique and court play. (Zero or limited playing experience). Stroke development will be a big part of beginner classes.

Advanced Beginner:
Whether you've got a few beginner clinics under your belt, or you're just dusting off the ole' racquet... advanced beginner clinics are for those with some on-court experience and knowledge in strategy and positioning. You should be able to rally but may not be comfortable with a variety of shots. Stroke development and live-ball point play will be a part of these clinics. Players will start points and incorporate rallying.

For players that have received professional instruction before and have an understanding of the basic techniques, movements, and rules of the game. Intermediate clinics will help refine your technique to hit the ball more consistently and with greater accuracy with more advanced mechanics being introduced. Players should be putting spin on the ball but not at a mastery level. Point construction and strategy are a big part of Intermediate clinics. 

This is for players that play regularly, and are looking to perfect their technique and develop match play strategy. You should be able to rally with other advanced players using a variety of strokes with power, control, and consistency. Players should be able to use their stroke as a "weapon."

Junior Levels

Elementary 1

Age 5 – 1st Grade

Elementary 2

2nd – 3rd Grade

Elementary 3

4th – 5th Grade

Middle School

6th – 8th Grade (MS)

High School

9th – 12th Grade (HS)

Point Play

Learning how to play points and rally the ball back and forth. Students should complete beginner level clinics before advancing to point play courses.

Private Lessons:

For those looking for more detailed instruction in a 1-on-1 or small group setting.
Please contact our pros here to set up a private lesson. 

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