When you sign your child up for tennis lessons in Toronto at Bayview Village Tennis Club, they are receiving training from one of the best. For the past 20 years, Peter Nielsen has taught tennis players of all ages the skills that brought him victory as National Senior Champion, as well as a coach to National and Provincial Champions!
As one of the top providers of children’s tennis lessons in Toronto, Nielsen teaches his students how to play the game properly and safely. It’s this passion for the game that lead to him being employed as the national coach by Tennis Canada, as well as the head coach of the Central Region High Performance Program.
In addition to these achievements, as well as those of the students he has taught, Nielsen has a number of qualifications that make him the top choice for parents looking for the best kids’ tennis lessons in Toronto and the surrounding regions:
• He’s a certified Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) level 3 coach
• He is qualified as an OTA Provincial Course Conductor
• He has been the recipient of the OTA Junior Development Award for outstanding achievements for the past 13 years straight
When you bring your child to Bayview Village Tennis Club for tennis lessons in Toronto, Nielsen will teach them the fundamentals of the sport, such as how to get the most power behind their swing and the proper speed they need to succeed on the court.
Nielsen has provided tennis lessons in Toronto for children at all levels, from grassroots right up to internationally ranked players. With his background, all players looking for tennis lessons in Toronto will benefit from his expertise.
Bayview Village Tennis Club was founded in 1975, with Nielsen currently serving as its head tennis professional, bringing his expertise to his position and teaching a new crop of champion tennis players. Your child could become the next Milos Raonic or Maria Sharpova with tennis lessons in Toronto from him!
Children’s tennis lessons in Toronto with Peter Nielsen are so popular that every year, his Tennis Camp sessions sell out! That’s why we recommend registering your child today to avoid any disappointment. Nielsen also offers different lesson options; for example, if you feel your child would benefit more from a one-on-one approach, individual lessons are available. We also offer group lessons if you prefer that your child learns with other kids. Contact the Bayview Village Tennis Club today for more information!
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