Lyme Shores Tennis Academy Designed for all ages & levels

JUNIOR PLACEMENT DAY!

SAT, AUGUST 26TH

Have you ever been interested in the lifelong sport of tennis? This event is for you! Lyme Shores Racquet Club is hosting there first Junior Placement Day on Saturday, August 26th. This event is FREE for participants! This is when our junior session one registration will open up. All players that register for our session one program will receive a complimentary junior membership for the season. Registration is required to attend. Questions? Stop by the facility or call us at (860) 739-6281.

Bobby Schlink

Head Tennis Pro
LSRCHeadpros@gmail.com

A program designed to create lifetime tennis players

Our Programs

Our professional coaching staff will provide the students with sound fundamentals and technical improvement. Our students can range from future high school and/or collegiate players to truly sound recreational players who want to learn a lifelong sport. Regardless of the eventual path of our participants, the Lyme Shore Tennis Academy is designed to develop the junior tennis player without losing the emphasis on providing a fun and social environment for the students.

SIBLING DISCOUNTS ARE ALSO OFFERED!

Session One September 11th - December 15th

Session Two January 2nd - March 15th

Session Three March 18th - June 14th

Level & AgeDayTimeSession Pricing
Red Ball
5 - 7 yr olds
Tues & Thurs
Saturday
4 - 5 PM
9 - 10 AM
1 Day/Week = $275
2 Days/Week = 15% Discount
3 Days/Week = 20% Discount
Orange Ball
8 - 10 yr olds
Tues & Thurs
Saturdays
4 - 5 PM
10 - 11 AM
1 Day/Week = $275
2 Days/Week = 15% Discount
3 Days/Week = 20% Discount
Green Ball 1 & 2
10 - 12 yr olds
Tues & Thurs
Saturday
5 - 6:30 PM
11 - 12:30 PM
1 Day/Week = $440
2 Days/Week = 15% Discount
3 Days/Week = 20% Discount
Yellow BallMondays (8 Weeks)
Wednesdays
Saturday
5 - 6:30 PM
5 - 6:30 PM
11 - 12:30 PM
Mon = $320 Wed = $440
2 Days/Week = 15% Discount
3 Days/Week = 20% Discount
Jr. Performance & High Performance
Approved by Bobby Schlink
Mondays (8 Weeks)
Wed & Fri (11 Weeks)
3:30 - 5 PMMon = $320 Wed or Fri = $440
2 Days/Week = 15% Discount
3 Days/Week = 20% Discount
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? CONTACT OUR HEAD TENNIS PROS @ LSRCHEADPROS@GMAIL.COM

TENNIS LEVELS

WHAT IS RIGHT FOR ME?: ROGY SYSTEM

The best thing about tennis is that it grows with you, with a wide array of racquets, balls and courts to match your level of play and athleticism. This allows you to play your game your way – from your first time out until deep into retirement.

Here is a look at the different levels of tennis currently available:

RED

Red tennis is named after the red foam or felt balls that are used at this stage. Red tennis balls bounce lower and move more slowly through the air, giving beginning players a chance to set up and take a good swing at the ball. Courts at this level are 36 feet long and 18 feet wide, with a net that is 2-foot-9.

ORANGE

Once comfortable at the Red level, players graduate to playing at the Orange level. Orange felt balls bounce higher and move faster than the Red felt or foam balls but lower and slower than the Green ball. They are a step toward the traditional yellow tennis ball while still remaining fun and manageable for players learning the game. Courts at this level are 60 feet by 21 feet for singles and 60 feet by 27 feet for doubles. The net is 3 feet at the center and 3-foot-6 at the net posts.

GREEN

After Orange, the next level is Green. The Green ball is very similar to the traditional yellow tennis ball but with a slightly lower compression so it rebounds lower off the court after a bounce. The Green court is the same dimension as the traditional Yellow court: 78 feet by 27 feet for singles and 78 feet by 36 feet for doubles. The net is 3 feet at the center and 3-foot-6 at the net posts.

YELLOW

The Yellow level is what most people know as traditional tennis. The balls, courts and racquets at this level are used in the majority of adult matches and at the professional level.

That means the court size is the same as at the green level: 78 feet by 27 feet for singles and 78 feet by 36 feet for doubles, with a net that is 3 feet at the center and 3-foot-6 at the net posts.

Academy Staff SEE OUR FULL STAFF

Bobby Schlink

Head Tennis Pro
Director – Junior Programming

David Roth

Head Tennis Pro
Director – Adult Programming

Andre Danford

Senior Tennis Professional
Director of USTA Jr. Tournaments

Tereza Bekerova

Tennis Professional