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Tennis, Tiny Tots (Ages 3 1/2 - 5) Summer Morning Clinics

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Three Tennis Balls Sitting on Racket
In cooperation with Reading Recreation, Tennis Professional, Gregg Luongo, rejoins our summer team. Gregg has been a Professional Tennis Instructor for 30 years. He is a certified member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA), and played as the #1 singles player for Reading Memorial High School and the University of New Hampshire. Currently, Gregg is a Tennis Pro at Bass River Tennis Club in Beverly.  This program is a great way to get introduced to tennis and/or to build upon existing skills at all levels.  A session consists of 5 group lessons Monday through Friday.  Average ratio of participants to instructors in a given session will be a minimum of 4:1 and maximum 8:1.  Please remember that we are very flexible with making up missed classes.  If you know you may be away for a week or so, you will be able to make the classes up during one of the many other class times.

The Tiny Tots Summer Tennis program is designed to introduce younger children (Ages 3 1/2 - 5) to the game of tennis and to have fun on a tennis court.  Games will be designed to promote fundamentals and interest in the sport.  Children will begin to develop movement skills, hand-eye coordination, and basic stroke production.  This is a great age for children to learn these skills which can help in all aspects of sports play.  

Parents are asked to place children respective to their ability. If a child is misplaced, he/she may be switched. Rain make-ups will be throughout the summer during weeks not attended and are scheduled by Gregg Luongo.

LOCATIONAll Summer tennis programs are held at the Reading Community Tennis Courts.  

Please Note:  Week B is only 3 days.  There is no tennis on 7/4 and 7/5.

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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