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OC Tennis Camps New Session Starts August 5th!

Get the kids out from in front of the TV or video games, and into tennis camp for the most fun of their summer vacation. New camps start August 5th.

OC Tennis Camps, a subsidiary of TENNIS 101, a year-round provider of high quality group tennis programming for the Aliso Viejo Community Association at Ridgecrest Park, in Aliso Viejo, is proud to offer a full range of summer tennis camps for children of all ages and levels.

It's not too late to register - Click here!

Mini-Day Camps:

Beginning Children 4 - 9 years-old: A fun, active and informative introduction to the sport of tennis for 4 - 9 year-old boys and girls using the USTA 10 & Under (QuickStart) format: smaller courts, lighter racquets and lower compression balls means that the kids start having more fun from the outset. Hand-eye coordination drills, running drills, and the fundamental strokes of the game (groundstrokes, serve and volley) will be learned. $149

Beginning Children 10 - 16 years-old:  A camp especially designed for beginning level children 10–16 years-old. A solid foundation of fundamentals will be taught for all strokes of the game, new skills will be learned through a variety of fun and active drills, and match play will be introduced for singles and doubles. $149

Intermediate/Advanced Children 9-16 years old: This camp is ideal for students in the existing TENNIS 101 Intermediate, Advanced or Tennis Intensive programs, or for students with equivalent experience. For 9-16 year-old boys and girls, this camp will build on all of the fundamental form and technique learned in the Beginning and Intermediate levels. We will take the groundstrokes to the next level, introduce new volleys, and do lots of repetitions of the serves. We will incorporate drills and strategies for singles and doubles, and will conclude each class with match play. $149

For more information, registration and payment, please log-on to www.octenniscamps.com or call USPTA-certified tennis professional, Greg Langdon (949) 830-1414.

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