WHAT TO EXPECT
- Check in is at 9:00 am
- Campers will be placed in appropriate groups based on
experience, age and level of play
- The days activities will comprise of on court skill development
and game play, as well as other sports that help develop agility,
strength and coordination ( ie. soccer )
- Fun and friendly environment
- Tennis Canada Certified Coaches
- Pizza Fridays – we provide pizza lunch to both full day
and half day participants on Fridays.
Camps will run rain or shine. In the event of rain, campers will participate in indoor activities.
Classes are registered on a first-come, first-serve basis, and may be cancelled due to insufficient registration.
WHAT TO BRING
- Hat and sunscreen
- Water bottle and snacks
- Tennis racquet and sports attire
Progressive Tennis is a revolutionary new way to teach the sport
of tennis through the power of images, stories, and role playing.
The progressive method is now being used the world over as it
speaks to the children in their own language and uses child size
Campers develop their skills based on using Red, Orange, and
Green balls on a reduced court size and with smaller racquets
appropriate for age, height and ability. As players advance they
move progressively through each level learning all the skills
required to serve , rally and score. The more advanced players
play with regular yellow balls and full court play.
Geared for older players who need work on their technical and
tactical skills. This program is a great way for teens to meet other
players and hone their skills with functional training in both singles
and doubles play.
Ages 6-12, 13-18
Geared for players who already have a solid background in the
sport. Intensive training will cover not only the technical and
tactical aspects of the game but also physical and psychological
aspects. The day will comprise of high paced drills, developing
patterns as well as a fitness component.
HOW TO REGISTER:
1) Download and complete the Summer
Camp registration form.
2) Bring it in person (after April 25th) to the Clubhouse
located in Rosedale Park, corner of Maclennan and Schofield.
If you have any questions, please call David Solc at (905)
330-9566 or email at RosedaleSummerCamps@gmail.com