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Adult Tennis Clinics

Key Features

  • Adult clinics run at 3 different locations. Choose the option at the location and schedule that best suits you!

  • Racette Park – 1410 Henri Lauzon St, Orleans, K1C 1R8

  • Marsha Park – 855 Lawnsberry Drive, Orleans, K1E 1X8

  • Mantha Park - 525 Famille-Laporte Ave, Cumberland, K4A 3N6

  • Clinics are designed to allow students to improve their tennis skills gradually.

  • Small groups with optimal player-to-coach ratios (6:1).

  • Certified coaching

  • Professionally planned sessions

  • Fun and stimulating group experience 

  • Affordable pricing

  • 1-hour lessons either twice a week or once a week

  • Clinics run for 6 weeks with an additional week scheduled for rained-out lessons. You receive 12 lessons in the twice-a-week clinics and 6 lessons in the once-a-week clinics.

  • Clinics do not run on Victoria Day, Canada Day, the first Monday in August, or Labour Day.

  • The club reserves the right to cancel clinics with fewer than 4 registrants

  • Refund policy

  • Frequently Asked Questions 

Clinics are open to members and non-members.

  • Membership Benefits:

  • Priority clinic registration – 2 weeks before non-members.

  • For access to advance registration for members, login to CourtReserve

  • Lower clinic fees than non-members.

  • If you don’t purchase a 2024 Club membership, you can still sign up for the clinics through the free Restricted Instructional category of membership starting March 15.

We offer schedules with plenty of flexibility to plan your summer.  Don’t delay, clinics fill up quickly !

Spring (starting week of May 12)​

Training twice a week* ... Members $204, Restricted Instructional $264​

Training once a week*  ... Members $102, Restricted Instructional $132

*Note: 90-minute sessions or 4-player maximum clinic prices are noted in the registration.

The Orleans Tennis Club Adult Clinics are designed to allow students to improve their tennis skills gradually.

 

The clinics are built around the Tennis Canada Self Rating Guide which allows tennis players to understand the level of tennis they are currently playing.

 

Please consult the Self Rating Guide while reading the clinic descriptions below to help you select the best clinic for your current skill level.

Registration for Adult Tennis Clinics

 

See which Adult Tennis clinics are available. Click here.

Use the Adult Tennis Clinic waitlist if you are interested in a clinic that is already full. If someone drops out, we will contact people on the waitlist.  

Already have a 2024 Club membership?

Click here to register for clinics.

Not a Club member?

 

Get a Free Restricted Instructional membership (no Club member benefits).

Click here to get a Restricted Instructional (free) membership, and then click here to register for clinics.

Beginners Learn to Play (Level 1.0)

  1. Once a week at Racette Park - Thursday at 5:00 pm.

Designed for beginner tennis players who want to be introduced to the game and develop foundational skills.

 

The course will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which makes the game easier to play, more fun and will set you up for early success! 

 

The program will introduce the basic techniques of the forehand, and backhand and will introduce serving.

 

This clinic is recommended for beginners who have never played tennis or people who have minimal playing experience.

 

This level is equivalent to the 1.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

Beginner Plus (Level 1.5)

Twice a week at Mantha Park - Sunday 10:00 am & Thursday 6:00 pm

Designed for players who have been introduced to tennis but want to develop more consistency in their game.

 

The program will focus on building consistency in the forehand and backhand strokes, will introduce the volley and will continue an introduction to serving.

 

This clinic is recommended for players who have successfully completed the Beginner Learn to Play Clinic or who have minimal playing experience but cannot play games because of a lack of consistency in their forehand and backhand groundstrokes.

 

This level is equivalent to the 1.5 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

Novice (Level 2.0-2.5)

  1. Once a week at Marsha Park - Tuesday at 6:00 pm.

  2. Twice a week at Mantha Park – Sunday at 11:00 am & Friday at 6:00 pm.

Designed for players who want to play singles or doubles recreationally and want to be able to maintain a consistent rally when practicing with their friends.

 

The program will continue to work on consistent groundstrokes especially when the player must move forward, backward, or to the side to hit the ball. Volleying and serving skills will also be a focus, and players will have a chance to play in real-game situations.

 

This clinic is recommended for players who have successfully completed the Beginner Plus Clinic or who have some recreational tennis experience, and can maintain a rally, but lack the consistency to maintain a 10-ball rally on both the forehand and backhand.

 

This level is equivalent to the 2.0-2.5 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

Intermediate Clinic + Play (Level 3.0)

  1. Once a week at Racette Park - Thursday at 6:00 pm.

This 90-minute session is designed for players who want a combination of practice and live games in the same session.

 

Half the session will focus on techniques such as second serve, serve return, approach shots, overheads, and slices. The other half will be a variety of games such as King of the Court, singles games, and doubles games.

 

This clinic is recommended for players who have successfully completed the Novice Clinic or who have extensive recreational tennis experience and can maintain a 10-ball rally on both the forehand and backhand and have developed consistency on volley and easy overhead smashes.

 

This level is equivalent to the 3.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

Cardio Tennis (Level 2.0 and higher)

  1. Once a week at Marsha Park - Tuesday at 7:00 pm.

The Cardio Tennis clinic is a high-energy fitness activity that combines the best features of the sport of tennis with cardiovascular exercise, delivering a full body, calorie-burning aerobic and anaerobic workout.

 

The program is designed for players at the Novice level or above or a minimum of the 2.0 -2.5 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

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