After-School Junior Tennis Program
Beginning, Competitive and High School Programs Offered
(Begins Monday, SEPTEMBER 3rd and ends Friday, December 13th)
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(payment taken separately)
SUMMER TENNIS CAMPS
end August 22, 2019
(Players grouped together based on age AND ability)
Run Weekly for 12 consecutive weeks!
Monday through Thursday from 8:30am-12noon
Last week is August 19th, 2019
**drop-off home available
$150/Player/Week (sibling and multiple week discount, please inquire)
***Sign-Up? click the menu at the top right of the screen and fill out registration
Text 208-841-9509 for further questions
You will be notified for payment arrangements
Summer Evening Junior Program?
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“King's Court Tennis Academy "
15719 Mueschke Rd, Cypress, Texas 77433
Ph: 832-646-7529 Facebook/Instagram: King's Court Tennis Academy E-Mail: email@example.com
YES!! We do Off-Campus P.E…………
Please text us at 832-646-7529. we can add you to tennis program notifications.
Members and Non-Members may participate in all clinics and programs!
WHO RUNS THE CLUB?
Adam and Stacie King now own the business. They Lease, manage and maintain the tennis club, it's memberships, and all it's programs.
Liezel and Tony Huber are the property owners, building the club from scratch some time ago with their hard earned Professional playing and teaching career earnings.
Adam and Stacie's Goal:
"To make this the premier teaching, and most affordable, club in the Cypress area."
With Adam's 30 year career teaching, playing, directing and oversight, this goal is definitely achievable. He has Directed 4 different Country Clubs and been the Assistant Director at Van Der Meer Tennis Academy. Pro of The Year in Idaho and North Florida. Directed 160 plus USTA Tournaments.
Our teaching philosophy?
Energetic, positive, structured and technically sound!
"You must make tennis exciting and fun, along with developing a players skill set in a specific, structured way. One without the other isn't a productive teaching approach"