If you are not sure where you or your child might fit, then please give us a call so we can provide you with the guidance to the right program placement at 1-800-654-9972
On-court tennis activities (ratio of 4:1 between players and coach) are tailored to specific age groups and skill levels and include tactical training, agility games, obstacle courses and tennis stroke video analysis. In addition to on-court activities, ProsToYou Tennis will also include off-court activities such as arts & crafts, badminton (used to develop eye-hand coordination), inspirational guest speakers covering themes like sportsmanship and fair play AND Friday Pizza Parties!
Week 1 - June 15 to June 19
Week 2 - June 22 to June 26
Week 3 - June 29 to July 3
Week 4 - July 6 to July 10
Week 5 - July 13 to July 17
Week 6 - July 20 to July 24
Week 7 - July 27 to July 31
Week 8 - August 3 to August 7
Week 9 - August 10 to August 14
Week 10 - August 17 to August 21
Week 11 - August 24 to August 28
To purchase camp lunch at Seven Locks, please fill out this form, select a lunch for each day and note whether you want a soda or bottled water, and what type of chips. Then email the form back to firstname.lastname@example.org by the Friday before your child's camp week begins. Children can also purchase their lunch from the pool kitchen (menu here).
Early care and after care will be provided at an additional cost of $50.00/per week per camper for before OR after care $100.00/per week per camper for both before and after care.
We will have an athletic trainer on staff to care for your child’s medical needs during camp.
Rainy days and severe weather always pose a problem for tennis, at ProsToYou Tennis we will always try and assist you in knowing the status of your camp as soon as possible. If we are 100% sure that a camp day will be cancelled due to weather, ProsToYou Tennis will inform you as soon as possible via email or phone. If it starts to rain during the camp, then we will place our players under the pavilion and hold off court activities and games.
Campers are put into coed groups according to age. If you would like your child to be placed in the same group as a friend, please notify us. We do our best to honor at least one campmate request per camper.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Camps Office: 1-800-654-9972 or email@example.com.
Camp Payments: Full payment must be made at the time of registration. No credits or refunds will be issued for camp days missed.
The camp is for the youngest tennis fan, who with the help of a parent, will work on hand-eye coordination and ABC’s (agility, balance and coordination). This camp is developmental in nature and will expose players to stroke mechanics and on court movement through fun, high energy games. For this camp, parents or guardians must be prepared to join their children on court and participate in the learning process. This camp is from 9am - 10am, Monday through Friday.
Red camps teach players basic technique and accuracy while developing overall athleticism in a fun environment. At the Red level, players use racquets sized for small hands and softer balls that are easier to hit. Instructional sessions are held on smaller courts with lower nets to help players build confidence in their game. This camp is either half day from 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm or full day from 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
Orange camps teach players better stroke technique and court coverage. Players will improve shot pace, spin, height and depth by learning how to increase racquet-head speed. Orange players will also improve their service and return game by developing greater serve spin, power, and control and learning to better read the opponent’s serve. This camp is either half day from 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm or full day from 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
Green camps teach tennis using a rally-based curriculum. Players will learn how to properly position themselves to hit groundstrokes and volleys with tactical purpose. Players will refine footwork patterns, awareness, and spin mechanics on both the serve and groundstrokes. Upon completion of the camp, players will be better able to execute patterns of play, vary the spin and depth of their shots, and select the correct footwork pattern to strike the ball using their “weapon” to exploit weaknesses in their opponent’s game. This camp is either half day from 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm or full day from 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
Yellow is designed for tournament-level players 10 years and older. Players are also expected to play USTA-sanctioned tournaments. Practices will consist of a fitness session followed by progressive dead ball training, live ball and consistency work, and supervised point and match play. Players will learn advanced tactics including how to recognize the offensive, neutral, and defensive phases of a point, how to adjust style of play to match situation, and how to exploit an opponent’s weakness and maximize their own strengths. This camp is either half day from 9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm or full day from 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday.