Tennis Lessons in NJ
Game, Set, Match!Modern tennis as we know it originated in England in the 1800's. It came to the U.S. a couple years later and the first tennis court was formed in Staten Island. In September 1880, the first American National championship was played there. Over the years, the game has changed slightly with various additions and deletions of certain rules such as the introduction of the tiebreak.
Pick up on a tennis lesson and you can start from square one. Learn backhands, forehands, volleys, and more! Your racket will become a friend of yours once you figure out all the right ways to handle it. You'll work your way up until you feel ready to take on a game. You'll surely feel the adrenaline rush you get from the competitive spirit and it's a great way to get some exercise into your week in a fun way. Lessons are available for all ages, experience levels, and intentions -- for fun or for competition!
Watch The Pros!See how the professionals play the sport live! U.S. Open games are played at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens and the Louis Armstrong Stadium, also in Queens. There are numerous worldwide and even state-specific venues as well. Purchase tickets to a professional tennis game and you may even pick up on a few tricks to make your own game even better.
Join Our Club!If you're a tennis club with resources that prospective students or current players can use to learn and play the sport, consider getting a listing with us. You'll draw attention to your very indoor or outdoor courts and all the services you provide. Draw in newbies and old-timers.