Friday Night Lights
Junior match play for high school players ages 13-18. Matches, games, round robins, drills, music, pizza and beverages! Improve your game with WVITennis!!
Juniors with little or no professional instruction. The focus will be on building strong fundamentals, stroke technique, footwork and beginning play. Ages 7-10.
Older juniors with little experience. The emphasis will be on fundamentals, footwork, strategy and rules of the game. Ages 11 & up.
High School Training
Juniors who compete on their high school varsity team. Focus is on improving shot confidence through intense live-ball drilling, match play and tennis specific conditioning.
A fun introductory program using creative methods to develop motor skills, body balance and racquet control, while stimulating interest in tennis. Ages 3-5.
Juniors who have graduated level one program or received approval from WVIT staff. Focus on stroke technique, footwork and point strategies. Ages 7-10.
Players with prior professional instruction. Focus on refining strokes, developing weapons to build their game around, tactics, improving footwork. Ages 9 & up.
A fun introductory program using creative methods to develop motor skills, body balance and racquet control, while stimulating interest in tennis.Focus is on developing proper technique and hand/eye coordination, while having FUN!
For younger juniors who are competing in USTA tournaments. Live ball drills and point play is integral in this program. Class will focus on sound match tactics, shot selection, mental toughness, developing and refining modern strokes and footwork patterns. Approval by the tennis director is required.
For those athletes that are determined to get better and are willing to put in the hard work and commitment to achieve their potential. Focus will be on refining strokes, strengthening weaknesses, building reliability in weapons, conditioning and footwork, mental toughness and match strategies. Players must be approved by WVIT staff to enter this program and are required to play USTA tournaments regularly.
Middle School Training
Players with prior professional instruction, or who competed on their middle school or junior varsity high school team. Focus will be on refining strokes, tactical strategies, footwork and match situations.