Choosing a course

What is Mini Red?

Mini Tennis Red is for players aged 8 and under. It is played on small courts with short rackets and soft balls. It’s just like the real game and gives players opportunities to have long rallies and play different types of shots.

What is Mini Orange?

Mini Tennis Orange is a great way for players to continue their progress from Mini Tennis Red and is for players aged 8 and 9. It is played with shorter rackets, softer balls and courts are bigger and wider than the red stage but still smaller than full-size tennis courts allowing players to develop a rounded game whilst learning a range of techniques and tactics.

What is Mini Green?

Mini Tennis Green is a great way for players to continue their progress from Mini Tennis Orange. It is played on a full size tennis court, with bigger rackets and balls which are a little softer than yellow balls. It’s the next stage before moving on to full compression yellow balls on a full sized court and helps players develop and improve all aspects of their game.
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Beginner explained
Beginner sessions are for players just starting out in the game or players who have had time off from the sport and want to get back and re learn past skills. The main focus is on technique progressing to hitting spin.
Improver explained
Improver sessions are for players who have learnt the basics of technique and top spin. Players will now focus on using their technique and skills with an emphasis on being able to use them in match like situations.
Advanced explained
Advanced sessions are for players that have a great understanding of technique and understand how to implement different tactics into matchplay. The main focus of the sessions is to gain a greater understanding of the correct tactics to use in different match situations.