Junior Tennis Programs – Advantages of Learning Tennis at Summer Camps

junior tennis playersWhen looking for the right junior tennis lessons for your kids, there are many advantages to enrolling your children in a tennis camp program.In fact, a good tennis summer camp can give your children the perfect opportunity to learn the sport or sharpen their skills on the court.

Top Advantages of Tennis Summer Camp

There are many advantages to enrolling children in tennis camps. Here we discuss the top four.

Enhanced Learning

When you enroll your children in a tennis camp, they can get more time on the court than they would in lessons or private practice. Children are out on the tennis courts throughout the entire day, allowing them to learn and practice their tennis skills at a faster rate.

Professional Instructors

A good tennis camp gives your children access to seasoned, professional tennis instructors. At Bayview Village Tennis Camp, our entire program is implemented by Tennis Canada-certified professionals who work with the students at a six-to-one or four-to-one instructor-to-student ratio. This means your children get hands-on lessons with their professional instructors.

Suitable for Novices and Seasoned Players

Tennis camp is great for children at all levels of experience. If your children are looking to learn how to play tennis, they can learn the game at a camp. However, camp is also suitable for more experienced players who want to finesse their skills with their peers.

Combines Fun and Experience

Tennis camps are the best way to combine the fun of the game with professional instruction and learning. Children are matched with their peers at similar skill levels, but also get seasoned instruction from certified professionals.

Junior Tennis Lessons at Bayview Village Tennis Camp

At Bayview Village Tennis Camp, we take tennis seriously but also create a fun environment for children. The advantage of camp over formal tennis lessons is that you can create a more opening, enjoyable experience for children, allowing them to play against other kids who are at the same age and skill level.

It can be intimidating for children to dive into learning a new sport or game, so helping kids step into tennis through a summer camp program can be a great way to get them playing and loving it. For several years, we have taught kids how to play tennis and set them on the path towards being seasoned players of the game.

At our summer camp, all of our instructors are Tennis Canada-certified professionals who know how to work with children and teach them tennis skills in a way that is fun and increases their abilities. It’s crucial that children can work directly with instructors and get the attention they need. Our instructors work with a six-to-one student ratio for the novice students, and a four-to-one student ratio for the more experienced children who need to finesse their skills.

Junior Tennis Programs – Schedule for 2016

We have tennis camp dates scheduled throughout the summer starting in June and continuing until the beginning of September. Each session lasts one week, with the following dates available:

  • June 20 to June 24
  • June 27 to June 30
  • July 4 to July 8
  • July 11 to July 15
  • July 18 to July 22
  • July 25 to July 29
  • August 2 to August 5
  • August 8 to August 12
  • August 15 to August 19
  • August 22 to August 26
  • August 29 to September 2

Each day features four on-court hours, as well as lunch and snack breaks, other sports activities, and options for extended hours.

If you’re thinking of sending your children to a 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 by phone at (905)-889-7293 or by email at pnielsen889@rogers.com.

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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.