Our Mini and Junior Tennis Programmes

Everyball tennis offers tennis coaching courses and programmes in schools (Community) and clubs (Club and Academy).

Community

Our Community programme reaches out to bring fun tennis experiences to our local primary and secondary schools.

Who would have known that you can improve your tennis whilst playing darts?

Yep, the two sports (Darts is a sport - England, United States, Ireland, Scotland, Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium have recognised darts as an official sport) have more in common than you think!

Check out my latest video to see how this is so, and in the meantime a little exercise to improve the coordination and pre-throw position on the serve.

Closing down the net with the 1-2 step and playing 'one point at a time'

A simple 1-2 footwork technique today that will help you 'close down the net' on some of those easier balls!

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Defensive open-racket face skills today....can you beat my score of 34?! (do you know the dimensions of a court?!)

So the width of a service box singles line to centre line is 13.5 ft.  How are you on the rest of the court dimensions?  Any of these surprise you?

Length of service box, net to service line = 21ft

Service line to baseline = 18ft

Baseline to net = 39ft

Doubles tramline to doubles tramline = 36ft

Singles line to singles line = 27ft

Length of full court = 78ft

Height of net at middle = 3ft

Anyway, today's exercise works on open-racket face defensive skills side to side across the width of a service box

Using the concept of the 'waiting position' to improve your volley

Happy Friday everyone.  It is Friday isn't it?  Days are rolling into one! 

Anyway, I'm continuing my commitment to provide a little exercise/drill each day of the lockdown to help you stay engaged with your tennis and even make some improvements.  How amazing would that be - coming out of lockdown more skill-full than you were going in!!

From the 'ready position' to the 'waiting position' with the racket and ridding yourself of poisonous thinking!

A key mini tennis progression today from a 'ready' to a 'waiting' position with the racket.  Of course this principle can be adapted for older and higher level players for different game situations such as receiving a fast ball on the serve with minimal backswing, and tomorrow I'll show you how we can use it for the volley.

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Get in touch with us

Everyball Tennis,,,
Halton Tennis Centre
Chestnut End, Halton
Aylesbury HP22 5PD, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1296 623453
Email: info@everyball.net

Welfare and Safeguarding

If you have any concerns regarding your or another's welfare or safety at Halton, please contact, in confidence, our Club Welfare Officer – Tom Mayer: 07771 701629 / tommayer@everyball.net or via the club office.

Documents and policies:

The Halton Child Protection, Vulnerable young adults, Bullying and Whistle blowing policies, as well as Diversity and Inclusion policies are published on the Halton website and copies are available from the office.

Data protection and Privacy

Information and policies relating to privacy, cookies, and data protection are listed here.

The Halton Tennis Centre data protection policy is posted here (pdf download).

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