Beginner (1.0 to 2.0 NTRP)
Players have limited experience. Classes focus on stroke progression and footwork with drills, games and abbreviated point play. Basic singles and doubles formations are taught.
Advanced Beginner (2.5 NTRP)
Players work on sustainaining a rally at a slow to medium pace, net play, serve, and service return. Instructors work with students on basic singles and doubles strategy.
Intermediate (3.0 to 3.5 NTRP)
Players work on hitting medium and fast paced balls with more ease and consistency, specialty shots are taught, and advanced net play. More advanced singles and doubles strategies are taught.
Advanced (4.0 to 4.5 NTRP)
Live ball situational singles and doubles drills are the focus, allowing players to work on all aspects of the game each and every drill. Advanced Drills move at a fast pace – players should be at a 4.0 player or above and have a good understanding of singles and doubles strategy.