Youth Tennis Offerings
Youth Tennis begins the week of June 8th
Farmington's youth tennis program is a great summer activity for your child. Our programs are professionally taught by our Tennis Pro Mike Reyes. Our lessons are designed to be fun and a great learning environment to encourage every player to enjoy the game of tennis. Our program is set up by age and level of experience.
Please contact Marilea Hull or Christy Kessler for questions about the program. We would love for you to let us know which of the classes you and your family will be signing up for so we can get an idea of class size ahead of time. Marilea can be reached at 847-212-8213, Christy at 847-790-6609. You can email your class sign ups to
Youth Classes - Offered Mon-Thursday to accommodate a wide variety of schedules. Unsure which level is best for your child to sign up? Ask our head pro Mike Reyes for an evaluation. Based upon participation, enrollment and skills we can add youth classes.
Tiny Hitters - An exciting program designed for 3-4 years old to promote fun and success using low compression red balls and short racquets. Emphasis is on hand-eye coordination, balance, fitness, motor skill development, fun and gradual use of a racquet. Racquet size 19”to 21”.
Hot Shots - 5-8 years old will learn proper technique for hitting volleys, ground strokes, and fun challenging games. Kids will improve their agility with the use of weaving cones, dots to improve reflexes, ladders and tennis trivia. Racquet size up to 23”.
Future Stars - 8-12 years old will work on the fundamentals using consistent ground strokes, volleys, overhead serves, grips, balance and hand-eye skills that are keys to the game. Racquet size 25” to 27”.
Teen Tennis - 13+ years old - Players will hit lots of balls and tons of points, focusing on proper technique, sportsmanship and court etiquette as well as learning to play competitive points and games. Players will also learn how to play offensive and defensive shots to add to their tennis game. This is a good class to attend for those who have their sights on playing high school tennis. Racquet size 27”.
Friday match play – afternoon match play by age group to learn fundamentals of match play for both doubles and singles.