3 Valuable Life Skills Children Learn from Playing Tennis

Few sports and extracurricular activities are as rigorous as they are rewarding. Tennis is one such sport that, although it isn’t a team sport, can still impart strong sportsmanship values in children as young as 7 or 8 years old.

Why Your Child Should Play Tennis

Helping your child find the perfect sport can be tough. You want something active, social and engaging that won’t require tons of expensive gear that’s quickly outgrown.

Types of Tennis Serves

Here are the types of Tennis Serves.

3 Developmental Benefits of Playing Tennis for Children

Many parents wonder when it’s the right time to enroll their children in extracurricular activities and whether they should invest in it or not. Research shows that non-academic related activities outside of the school have several benefits for children. These include teaching children the importance of socializing and building communication skills, helping them become more confident and… Continue reading 3 Developmental Benefits of Playing Tennis for Children

Stay-at-Home Tennis Drills to Keep Your Children Active During the Lockdown

Despite the lockdown easing in Florida, many citizens continue to follow safe social distancing measures, as outlined by the CDC. This means avoiding large public gatherings, going out in smaller groups, and staying home as much as possible.

5 Tennis Warm Up Games for Kids

Warm-up exercises are a necessary component of any sport, but getting kids to do them properly is a challenge.

Breaking Down Tennis

Nick Gallagher’s customized tennis instructions are designed to improve your tennis skills with a focused one on one training strategy.

Here’s Why It’s Never Too Late To Start Playing Tennis

I can’t play tennis now. I’m too old. How can I play tennis? My kids will get bored alone at home. I have an exhausting job to cope with so I can’t. I don’t have the time or energy to play.

When Should My Kids Start Learning to Play Tennis?

There’s no set limit when it comes to enrolling your children for tennis lessons. As long as your child is strong enough to hold the racket, or shows real potential on the court, they should have no problem starting  early.