You need to have NTC rating to register in our tennis programs. Please inquire if you need NTC rating.

Summer

Tennis Academy - Please see Summer Camps for detail

Welcome to the USTA BJK National Tennis Center Junior Tennis Academy.
Our Academy follows the USTA Player Development coaching philosophy and concepts that are instrumental in long-term development of outstanding players. Our goal is to help players develop tournament mentality backed by solid parameters, fitness and strategic thinking. Our High Performance Coaching provides a comprehensive “pathway” to excellence for serious junior tournament players. Our progressive development of physical, technical, tactical, and mental skills, along with appropriate competitive play, are essential in the development of top players.

 


Academy 3.0 / 3.5 / 4.0 and Up 

Tennis Academy is offered as a 2 hour class, 90 minutes of on-court instructional part and 30 minute fitness and conditioning part. Juniors who apply for the Academy must be actively competing in sanctioned tournaments or have appropriate NTC ratings. Player commitment to excellence, an outstanding work ethic, and respect towards fellow students and coaches is expected. Players will be evaluated by our coaching staff and will be placed in the groups according to their level. Further changes in groupings may take place if the players demonstrate substantial progress. It is essential that players recognize the importance of working as a team to ensure the best learning experience.


Check back - Tennis Academy schedule and registration form
 

10U Academy and Feed the Feeder

Ages 8-10 years; NTC rating QSTP: At this stage of the development pathway, players have chosen tennis as a primary sport and are actively and regularly participating in 10U tournaments. Players are now working on developing weapons in their game and implementing more advanced patterns of play. Green Balls on 78’ Green Court. Recommended at least 2 days a week at this level. Offered as a 2-hour class with ½ hour of built-in strength and conditioning.
Feed the Feeder - working in conjunction with the USTA Player Development Feeder Program, this program is an invitation-only development Pathway for those 10 and Under players hoping to become a part of the Feeder program.     
Please refer to 10 and Under Tennis.