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Junior Tennis Clinics

Our focus is on teamwork, learning, and lots of fun !

Juniors will benefit from well-planned group sessions and practices adapted to their level of development.

And they’ll learn from some of the best tennis instructors in Ottawa !

Key Features

  • Junior clinics run at 4 different locations. Choose the option at the location and schedule that best suits you!

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

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

  • Chapel Hill Park – 1556 Forest Valley Drive, Orleans, K1C 6G9

  • Cumberland Lions Club Tennis – 1115 Dunning Road, Cumberland, K4C 1P6

  • Progressive training approach for a variety of levels and ages (5-7, 8-10, 11-12) including a competitive stream for ages 11-16.

  • Small groups with optimal player-to-coach ratios (6:1, except the Competitive junior clinics which have a 4:1 ratio)

  • 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.

 

2024 Junior and Family Club 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.

  • Supervised Junior Tennis play on Saturday mornings, court booking privileges, and access to private lessons.

 

Starting March 1 new 2024 Junior Club memberships are available ($50 per child), even if there is a waitlist for other Club memberships.

 

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!

 

Summer 1 starting in July- specific dates are specified below for each clinic.

(Late Summer Clinics will be announced in July)

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.

Junior Clinic Registration Guide

See which Junior clinics are available. Click here.

For access to advance registration for members, login to your CourtReserve account.

Use the Junior 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 ?

After June 3, Click here to register for clinics.

Not a Club member?

Option 1

Purchase a $50 Junior Club membership before registering for a clinic (Enjoy member benefits - priority registration, court privileges & member pricing)

Click here to purchase membership, and then click here to register for clinics.

Option 2

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

After June 15, Click here to get a Restricted Instructional (free) membership, and then click here to register for clinics.

 

 March 1

5-7 years old Red Ball 1

1. Once a week at Mantha Park – Saturday 11:00 am
2. Twice a week at Mantha Park- Tuesday 6 pm and Sunday 1 pm

Designed for the beginner tennis player who has never played tennis or has minimal-some playing experience.  Lessons will include an introduction to tennis, the fundamentals of tennis through drills, games and incorporating it into matchplay. The lessons will include basic techniques of the forehand, backhand, volleys/overheads and serve.  Lessons will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which is a tennis curriculum for the fundamental stage of development. It also encourages good teamwork, hard work, fun and early success!

 

This level is equivalent to the 1.0-2.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

5-7 years old Red Ball 2

1. Once a week at Mantha Park - Tuesday at 5 pm.
2. Once a week at Mantha Park – Wednesday at 6 pm
3. Once a week at Chapel Hill Park – Wednesday at 5pm

Designed for the beginner tennis player who has some playing experience or who has previously received tennis instruction. Lessons will include an introduction to tennis, the fundamentals of tennis through drills, games and incorporating it into match play. The lessons will include basic techniques of the forehand, backhand, volleys/overheads and serve.  Lessons will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which is a tennis curriculum for the fundamental stage of development. It also encourages good teamwork, hard work, fun and early success!

 

This level is equivalent to the 1.0-2.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

8-10 years old Orange Ball 1

Designed for the beginner tennis player who has never played tennis or has minimal-some playing experience.  Lessons will include an introduction to tennis, the fundamentals of tennis through drills, games and incorporating it into match play. The lessons will include basic techniques of the forehand, backhand, volleys/overheads and serve.  Lessons will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which is a tennis curriculum for the fundamental stage of development. It also encourages good teamwork, hard work, fun and early success!

This level is equivalent to the 1.0-2.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

1. Once a week at Cumberland Tennis Club - Wednesday at 5:00 pm.

2. Once a week at Mantha Park – Monday at 5 pm.

8-10 years old Orange Ball 2

Designed for the beginner tennis player who has some playing experience or who has previously received tennis instruction.  Lessons will include an introduction to tennis, the fundamentals of tennis through drills, games and incorporating it into match play. The lessons will include basic techniques of the forehand, backhand, volleys/overheads and serve.  Lessons will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which is a tennis curriculum for the fundamental stage of development. It also encourages good teamwork, hard work, fun and early success!

This level is equivalent to the 1.0-2.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

1. Twice a week at Marsha Park - Tuesday & Thursday at 5:00 pm.
2. Twice a week at Mantha Park – Monday at 6 pm & Saturday at 10 am.

11-12 years old Green Ball 1

Designed for the beginner tennis player who has never played tennis or has minimal-some playing experience.  Lessons will include an introduction to tennis, the fundamentals of tennis through drills, games and incorporating it into match play. The lessons will include basic techniques of the forehand, backhand, volleys/overheads and serve.  Lessons will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which is a tennis curriculum for the fundamental stage of development. It also encourages good teamwork, hard work, fun and early success!

This level is equivalent to the 1.0-2.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

1. Once a week at Cumberland Tennis Club - Wednesday at 6 pm.
2. Once a week at Mantha Park – Friday at 5 pm.

11-12 years old Green Ball 2

Designed for the beginner tennis player who has some playing experience or who has previously received tennis instruction. Lessons will include an introduction to tennis, the fundamentals of tennis through drills, games and incorporating it into match play. The lessons will include basic techniques of the forehand, backhand, volleys/overheads and serve.  Lessons will be based on the Tennis Canada “Learn to Play” program which is a tennis curriculum for the fundamental stage of development. It also encourages good teamwork, hard work, fun and early success!

This level is equivalent to the 1.0-2.0 level on the Tennis Canada self-rating guide.

1. Twice a week at Marsha Park - Tuesday & Thursday at 6 pm.
2. Once a week at Mantha Park – Friday at 6 pm.

11-14 years old Competitive*

Designed for the competitive tennis player looking for increased level of training and advanced lessons. Lessons will include advanced level tactics, techniques, footwork and strategies.

Students will improve their ability to control all dimensions of their game including: consistency, shot depth, shot direction, spins and speed. Students will have the opportunity to execute the tactics, techniques and strategies learned into various games and match play.

This clinic is recommended for players who have extensive tennis experience and can maintain a 10-ball rally on both the forehand and backhand and have developed consistency on serve, volley and overhead smashes.

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

  1. Twice a week at Marsha Park - Tuesday & Thursday at 7:00 pm.

 

*Requires assessment prior to registration.

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