Senior Tennis Lessons

Senior Tennis Lessons

These lessons are a great way for "grown kids" to stay fit and healthy. As a result, seniors get the opportunity to better and maintain their health. Additionally, they get ample chances to enjoy the outdoors, smell the fresh air, on the tennis court.

Tennis it is a very complex but enjoyable sport. Reason being, it involves the workout of your entire body. However, it is never too late even for seniors who have never experienced this beautiful game. Therefore, give us the opportunity to S.E.R.V.E with you and benefit from what this beautiful game has to offer.

Senior Beginners

The coach will work only with you to teach you the school of running, footwork in tennis and the technique to learn the basics strokes. Of course, the fitness level and capabilities of the player will be kept in mind by the coach while conducting the lesson!

Senior Intermediates

The coach will use interesting and fun drills to maintain and increase your level of playing as well as improve on  your rallys on court.

Advanced Seniors

The coach will socialize with you and work on maintaining your high level of playing with engaging and long rallys as well as through fun and challenging games.

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Types of Senior Tennis Lessons

Private Senior Tennis Lessons

A perfect opportunity for seniors to maintain or start a healthy lifestyle and fill your golden days with fun and engaging activities. It does not matter if you have been playing tennis all your life or just picking it up. Our coaches can and will cater to your learning needs, according to your physical ability. 

Duo Senior  Tennis Lessons

A perfect occasion for long time senior married couples to enjoy themselves on the tennis court. Similarly for senior sisters, brothers or very close friends. This lessons are available for beginners seniors, intermediates and also advanced players.

Group Senior Tennis Lessons

This types of  lessons are nice and fun for senior beginners who wants to socialize, make new friends and learn the game of tennis in groups of 3 to 4.

Intermediates on the other hand can maintain and progress by rallying with others while advanced seniors can enjoy and maintain their high level of play with those who are at same high level of playing with them. Groups are made up of a minimum of 3 to a maximum of 6 players.

 Learning Opportunities of Senior Tennis Lessons

Physical, Technical, Tactical and Mental Skills

Types of Physical Skills

  • Spatio-Temporal Orientation
  • Reaction Time Response
  • Hand and Eye Coordination
  • Learn The School Of Running and Footwork in Tennis:
    • Learning to run on your toes
    • Difference between easy running and sprint
    • The impulse of power for starting the sprint
    • Split steps
    • Skipping
  • Motion warm ups and gymnastics warm ups
  • Mini-turtles jumps
  • Change of directions on the tennis court
    side steps
  • Karaoke steps
  • Fast feet
  • Hop steps
  • Cool down stretching
  • Speed, Agility and Balance

Types Of Tactical Skills

  • percentage tennis
  • risk and reward
  • low risk
  • medium risk
  • high risk
  • single shot
  • dual shot
  • multiple shots

Types Of Technical  Skills

  • Learning the Ready Position In Tennis
  • Accommodation With The Tennis Ball and Tennis Racket
  • Handle Grips for All types Of  Strokes
  • Standing Positions for Groundstrokes and Serve
  • Basic Groundstrokes: Forehand and Backhand
  • Volleys
  • Half Volleys
  • Overheads: Smash
  • Lobs
  • Drop Shots
  • Approach Shots
  • Serve: Flat Serve,Slice Serve,Topspin Serve
  • Return of Serve

Types of Mental Toughness

  • Positive Physical Response
  • Positive Self Talking
  • Cut Contact
  • Control Of Eyes
  • Rituals
  • Focus
  • Awareness
  • Breath Out At Contact
  • Accepting Victory
  • Handling Defeat