Course cycle - September to June
Lessons are given exclusively outdoors. A text message will be sent in the event of cancellation, and the lesson will be rescheduled.
If you give 48 hours' notice of your absence, your lesson can be made up.
Baby Tennis 4-5 years
Satisfying children's taste for play.
Developing psychomotor skills at each child's own pace.
Prepare for mini tennis by developing certain motor skills, in particular basic movement, balance and coordination.
Encourage people to discover the world of tennis.
Mini-Tennis 6-9 years
Discover tennis through exchanges right away, with equipment
(rackets and balls) and a suitable pitch.
Developing skills such as dexterity and trajectory perception
Using play as a tool to help children acquire a technique
natural and relaxed
Develop the spirit of competition by offering small matches on suitable pitches, to enable children to integrate tactical logic as early as possible.
Junior tennis 10-16 years
Offering fun, dynamic lessons based on exchanges and match tactics.
To inspire people to always give their best and to succeed in playing in matches as well as in training...
There's no age limit for learning to play tennis.
The aim is to make it easier to learn so that you can play exchanges and
matches as quickly as possible.
Reinforce your skills while improving your physical condition.
Playing stress-free matches.
For those who want to improve their performance through competition-oriented courses.
Make rapid progress, thanks to a personalised game analysis.
Improve your technique, mental attitude, tactics and physical condition.
Coaching is aimed at a single person or a group of 2 or more ...
Prices vary according to the style of accompaniment and the number of players.