10-and-Under Tennis Program

All-Stars 10-and-Under Program

This program is a fun and enjoyable structured program, designed exclusively for young children aged 3 1/2 to 10, and focusing on moving them through the transitional stages of tennis.. The program consists of fun-filled group lessons designed to teach the techniques of tennis while giving children a fun, hands-on learning experience.
We use ‘kid-friendly’ equipment including smaller racquets, courts and nets, and specialized balls that move slower and bounce lower. Children are closely grouped according to age and playing level, to optimize the learning experience for all involved. They learn all the basic tennis skills through a variety of fun games and activities, while improving their overall coordination and athleticism.

Each level has specific goals with corresponding lesson plans, and children progress through the levels at their own pace, according to these goals.

We also offer mezzanine viewing so you can hear, as well as see your child progress in the sport.



Who is it for? Complete beginners, and children with limited tennis experience
What will they learn? 3 1/2 to 4 year olds will learn improved hand-eye co-ordination, correct grips and an introduction to all the basic tennis shots.
5-8 and 9-10 year olds will learn correct grips and proper technique on forehand, backhand, volley and serves. They will get an introduction to rallying and point-play.


Who is it for? Children aged 5-8 or 9-10 with tennis experience, who can demonstrate basic stroke technique, and are able to rally on an appropriately-sized court.
What will they learn? They will learn more advanced stroke technique and improved footwork, with an increased focus on rallying and point construction


Who is it for? Advanced children aged 9-10 who can serve, return and play out points with confidence, and are looking to take their game to a higher level.
What will they learn? This class will feature more challenging drills, aimed at continuing to develop technical and tactical skills, while improving agility, speed and footwork. Increased emphasis on matchplay and competition. By the end of this level, children will be able to play matches and keep score unsupervised.