Frimley Tennis Club
Watchetts Recreation Ground
Drills and Matchplay Sessions
This session involves a variety of drills and exercises that will work on a range of areas within the doubles game with an opportunity to put the new techniques and tactics into practice in a game situation.
Return Tennis offer Junior coaching on Fridays after school and Saturday mornings. For more information and to set up a free taster session please email email@example.com.
These sessions involve a range of drills and exercises to challenge all levels of players. All coaches are LTA qualified and have extensive experience delivering tennis to all ages.
For New Players we are running the new LTA Youth Start sessions on Fridays 3.45-4.45pm. Players receive 6 coaching sessions plus the personalised kit bundle below. To book or for more information click on the LTA Youth Start logo.
All sessions are booked through our Return Tennis booking app downloadable from the App Store or Google Play
Our tennis camps are for new players looking to start the game as well as more experienced players looking to improve their tennis. Tennis is a great game to get our fitness, coordination and movement skills back after a break from sport.
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Ages 3-4 years old – Fun skills session designed to work on the key fundamentals of tennis including balance, agility and coordination as well reception and sending skills.
Ages 11 and above – Players improve their tactical and technical skills to allow them to play both competitively and socially.
Ages 5-8 years old – Tennis played on small courts with smaller rackets and bigger tennis balls. This allows the players to learn the game on a smaller scale developing their ability to rally and move like a tennis player.
Ages 8-9 years old – Played on ¾ of the court with softer balls which allows the players to develop their tactics further and improve their understanding of how to play matches.
Ages 9-10 years old – Full court tennis with slightly slower tennis balls to allow the players to develop their technical and tactical play. This stage is the final transition to the faster yellow ball.
Director of Tennis: Matt Marlow
Head Coach: Ben O'Hara
Club Coach: Kevin Tucker