PTP Skill Levels
The Princeton Tennis Program is proud to offer junior tennis lessons for kids of all levels (Beginners to Nationally Ranked Players). All registration is done via Club Automation. To register visit your Club Automation.
Junior Tennis Lesson Skill Levels
TOTS (AGES 3-4)
For ages 3-4, classes are designed to introduce children to tennis, help them with tracking, eye-hand coordination and balance. Emphasis on fun and success.
PEEWEES (AGES 5-6)
For ages 5-6, classes are designed to introduce children to tennis, help them with tracking, eye-hand coordination and balance. Emphasis on fun and success.
These 1-hour classes are designed for students with no or limited tennis experience. Classes will provide a good foundation while emphasizing proper stroke mechanics and basic footwork. “FUN” is the magic word.
1.5 hr class. Students can successfully rally with age appropriate ball. Classes will emphasis on rallying and serving from the baseline. Learning to play “Real” tennis. Goal is to start playing on a consistent basis.
These students are able to play matches; serve, rally, rules and keep score and have been already rated eligible or need to try-out. In class there will be continued emphasis on footwork, strategy, consistency and full-court match play.
This training program is by try-out or pre-approval. Students in this program have already shown their ability and dedication through their tournament play and results. These students already have solid technique and a passion for tennis. Classes are designed with specific age and UTR in mind.
To be recognize as a PTP Team Member the student must meet the same eligibility requirements as listed in the Peak Training program, but in addition, this player has chosen PTP for all tennis training (minimum of 3 on-court sessions per week) and by doing so will receive benefits for the commitment.
Due to Covid-19 all Programs/Camps are cancelled until further notice.
COMMUNITY PARK ROOKIE CAMP
PTP & THE Y
VETERANS PARK TENNIS CAMP
PEAK TRAINING CAMP
DAVIS CUP & MATCH PLAY AT COMMUNITY PARK
This exciting program teaches teenage participants how to become
assistant pros. They learn how to organize classes, make presentations,
teach techniques, and implement new drills. The Apprenticeship Program is
a great way for players to subsidize their own lessons or make some extra