Girls’ Tennis Camps: Tennis Lessons for Girls in North York and Toronto

tennis lessons for girlsTennis is one of the most popular sports with girls throughout the country, which is why summer tennis camp can be a great experience for your daughter(s). Many girls have a real interest in tennis, especially because it is a sport with many female tennis stars. The Williams sisters, Anna Kournikova, and Maria Sharapova are all female role models who have inspired girls throughout Canada and the world to take a real interest in the sport.

Yet, tennis can still be intimidating for many children who want to give it a try. Unlike some other sports, there can be a learning curve with tennis. Children naturally know how to kick a soccer ball, but they don’t always know how to hold a tennis racquet, move on the court, or lob a tennis ball back over the net. This is why it’s important that children learning tennis are guided in a fun, easy-going environment.

A girls’ tennis camp is one of the best ways to help young girls learn the skills of the game while having a lot of fun too. Bayview Village Tennis Camp is the top junior summer tennis camp in the GTA, turning girls from Toronto and North York into tennis superstars.

Girls’ Tennis Camp – A Focus on Guidance

It important for young girls and boys to learn tennis in a way that allows them to have fun while also picking up the skills they need to play without being frustrated or turned off the sport. At Bayview Village Tennis Camp, all of our tennis instructors are certified by Tennis Canada. This means that our certified professionals not only know how to teach tennis effectively, but they are also able to use the best training techniques suited for children.

Our instructors at the girls’ tennis camp work with our students on a six-to-one instructor-to-student ratio, which means that your daughters will get the guidance and teaching they need to quickly pick up the sport and learn tennis skills. We know it’s important that children get the right instruction, especially when they’re learning the sport for the first time and feeling a little intimidated. At our summer tennis camp, the focus is always on children—something you can’t always get with regular tennis lessons.

Having Fun

One of the great advantages of a summer tennis camp over traditional tennis lessons for girls is that students get the opportunity to learn the sport with their peers. At tennis camp, your child will be learning with other kids from around the GTA, making for a fun, engaging experience.

Bayview Village Tennis Camp is the top junior tennis camp in the GTA, and is host to many young girls in all age groups throughout the summer. It’s a great way to ensure that your child has a fun time, meets other kids her age, and has a positive experience learning tennis.

Our Summer Tennis Camp

At Bayview Village Tennis Camp, we offer tennis lessons for girls ages four to 18 years old. Children can attend either full- or half-day lessons for each of our one-week sessions. All full-day sessions offer four on-court hours everyday, certified professional training, snack breaks, and a variety of fun secondary sports and activities.

If you’re thinking of sending your daughter to a girls’ tennis camp this upcoming summer, then choose Bayview Village Tennis Camp, the top junior tennis camp in the GTA. We welcome any opportunity to assist parents in learning about how we can help children enjoy a summer of learning and playing tennis. Feel free to contact us at (905)-889-7293 or by email at pnielsen889@rogers.com.

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Peter Nielsen

Peter Nielsen

Peter Nielsen, a certified O.T.A Level III coach, has successfully worked with juniors at all levels of the game, from grass roots to the international level. A National Senior Champion himself, Peter was employed as a National Coach by Tennis Canada, as the Head Coach of the Central Region High Performance Program. Peter currently ranks 321st in the world for Men 50 and over.

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