Saturday Junior Tennis Coaching
SATURDAY JUNIOR COACHING
REMINDER; to be involved and kept up to date on this seasons sessions – please download the Junior coaching registration form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday junior tennis coaching caters for primary and secondary school age groups with Brian Knox, LTA DCA Level 3 (Accredited+) Coach .
9.00am – 10.00am
Players born in 2012 or later: MINI RED
Mini Tennis Red is for players 8 and under. It is played on small courts with short rackets and sponge balls or felt balls. It’s just like the real game and gives players opportunities to have long rallies and play different types of shots.
10.15am – 11.15am
Players born in 2010 and 2011: MINI ORANGE and MINI GREEN
Mini Tennis Orange is a great way for players to continue their progress from Mini Tennis Red. It is played with short 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.
Mini Tennis Green ball tennis is a great way for players to continue their progress from Mini Tennis Orange and is played with low compression green balls on a full-size tennis court.
11.30am – 12.30pm
Players born in 2002 to 2009 JUNIOR YELLOW BALL
Yellow ball tennis is for those aged 11 and upwards and continues the players skills and knowledge of the game.
The cost for all coaching sessions is £4 per club member and £6 for non-club members and is paid when you arrive for your coaching session.
Travelling to and from the Court
Please arrive as close as possible to when you need to be there.
If you need to wait, then please do so away from the courts and clear of the gates.
Children aged 11 and under do not to physically distance at any time, but 12-17 year olds must physical distance both before and after activity.
(i.e. off the court)
Hand hygiene is imperative – use alcohol gel to clean your hands before and after every coaching session.
If you need to sneeze or cough, do so into a tissue or upper sleeve
Avoid touching your mouth and face whenever possible
We would request that parents do not stay to spectate, but if attendance of a parent / guardian (non-participant) is required – this should be off court and limited to one per player, with physical distancing strictly observed while watching the sessions. (per Scottish Government’s physical distancing guidelines staying at least 2metres away from others)
Children should bring their own equipment where possible.
All rackets provided by the club will be cleaned and wiped before and after use.