Kids can’t play if they can’t hit the ball!

In the beginning, you’ve got to make sure kids make contact with the ball;  if they aren’t making contact and rallying by an early age, they’re not coming back.

With 10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart Tennis play format, kids have a chance to play the first time out and keep playing without waiting in lines.  This play format allows kids to rally constantly and gets the coach more engaged.

Kids will enjoy learning and playing, and they’ll keep coming back for more.  The techniques and skills they’ll learn will serve them for the rest of their lives.

What is QuickStart?

10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart Tennis play format takes a new and better approach to introducing kids to the game.  Balls are lower in compression; they bounce lower and don’t move as fast so they are easier to hit.  This allow kids time to get to the ball and helps them develop optimal swing patterns.  Racquets are sized for small hands, and the courts are smaller and easier to cover.  All this equals more fun and less frustration.

We at Premier Tennis endorse all the QucikStart and 10 and Under Tennis concepts.  We are certified in the USTA QucikStart format, the USPTA Little Tennis format, and the Canadian Gold/Silver/Bronze format.  We just completed as USTA training with Evolve 9 tennis; one of the leading 10 and Under programs in the world and are certified as a USTA Schools Tennis trainer to train teachers for tennis as a PE element in their curriculum.