Red Ball Ages 5-6

Red Ball Ages 5-6

Parents:
(1) Please register with 10sPortal in order to move forward with registration. The Parent who registers will be the “Primary” on the account and their children will be “Secondary’s” on the account. To add your children as “secondary’s” click the “My Account” button (top right), then open the “Account Information” tab, then click the “+ Add Secondary User” button (in red) to add your children

(2) You will need to add a Credit Card on file. Click ‘My Account”, then the “Credit Card” tab, then “+add new card” (in red)

(3) For Registration click the “Home” button, open the “Activities” tab, “Junior Programs” tab and choose the class you want to register for and follow the navigation. If you have issues registering please contact Michael MacVay at [email protected]. If a “Session” has already begun and you failed to register in advance only a Michael MacVay can process your registration.

 

Red Ball 1.0 | For ages 5 & 6 using a Red Ball on a 36’ Court |

Summer Session Dates:
Session 1: June 3rd through July 8th
Session 2: July 15th through August 12th


Days Offered during each Session: You can choose any combination of the classes listed.
Saturdays and Sundays 10:00am – 10:45am

Class Description: Many students enter this class as their first exposure to the sport and Ripper Tennis provides our young students with the essential skills to learn organically and grow with the game. Students will learn body, racquet, and ball control through cooperative games and contests. This class will be the student’s first exposure to hitting a ball that bounces before they strike. Students will also learn to use opposite sides of the racquet to hit a ball with and on which side of their bodies to use one hand (forehand) and two hands (backhand).

Suggested Equipment: 21″ – 23″ tennis racquet, water bottle, athletic shoes, sport and weather-appropriate clothing
Student-to-Teacher Ratio: 6:1
Skills Introduced: basic hand-eye coordination, ball tracking, tennis-appropriate reactions, respect, good sportsmanship and cooperation with in a group setting