| Junior Tennis
Jun 10 – Aug 1 (8 weeks)
Fireballs is for players of all abilities between the ages of 8 and 14. Register early to secure your space! Clinics are Monday through Thursday. Sessions are Noon to 2 pm or 2 to 4pm, for all ages and abilities.
Session Package: Monday-Thursday practice and a Friday match. No roll over. $140 members /$160 non-members
Summer Match Package: 8 Friday matches and one weekly respective practice for each. $150 members/ $180 non-members
Drop-ins: allowed as space permits. Practices, $40 members/ $45 non-members. Matches, $12 members/$10 non-members
Click here to download the registration form. Members, call the office to sign up!
Jun 11 – Aug 1 (8 weeks)
Sparks players are boys and girls ages 5–7 who are new to tennis. They may have had a few lessons, but do not yet have solid swing, footwork, balance, or rally skills. Each session meets Tuesday (Instructor Henry Kamakana), Wednesday and Thursday (Instructor Susan Zaro), with groups from 9:30am to 10am and 10am to 10:30am. Sign up for either group or or both. Click here for more info, or call the office to sign up!
Terry Roundtree, Jr. Tennis Director
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| Fast Facts
Please call for court conditions, USTA League info, and lessons
Head Pro: Henry Kamakana x13
Associate Pro: Susan Zaro x14
7 lighted tennis courts
| Kamakana's Corner
USTA League Update
day was the weekend of April 20th and the 40 & Over L3.0 and M4.5
teams played their first round of league playoff against Pacific
Athletic Club and Hopkins Park respectively. The men’s team only managed
to win one set and posted a 0 – 3 result; not a happy day! But the
Ladies earned a 2 – 1 team victory and a ticket into District playoffs
in May. Congratulations to Captain Julia Martino on a job well
done! You will have challenges just getting the team to Sacramento, as
I’m sure everyone thought their season was going to end in April! Go
18 & Over and 65 & Over leagues are full steam ahead. Ladies 65
looks to be headed for playoffs with a 4th place standing. Men’s 65 is
not so fortunate and needs to run the table! We hope by the next
newsletter the ladies are at Districts and the guys are not “buying T-
have five teams in the “18’s” and no player within 10 years of that
age! We match up well with area clubs—Alpine, Ladera, University, SCRA,
Circus, and the big membership PAC—but we sure can get pushed around by
the city teams—Palo Alto’s Hopkins, and Mtn View’s Cuesta Park or
Rengstorff. So far our Ladies’ 3.0 and 3.5 teams have had a great start
and are in the top four. The Men’s 4.5, Men’s 4.0, and Ladies’ 4.0 are
having a tough time getting out of the middle of the pack but the season
is young, so we’ll see if we can get everyone off the DL, adjust
doubles teams and get more availability from our go-to players!
Twilight Tennis Mixer & BBQ
Friday, May 17, 5:30pm
April mixer saw a huge turnout, and was a lot of fun. The evenings will
just keep getting warmer in May, so come join the action! All abilities
are invited! The format is mixed doubles, adjusted based on sign ups.
The grills will be ready; bring your main dish and special drinks and
Henry will supply salad and pie.
Fight or Flight: check out Susan's article
Henry Kamakana, Tennis Director
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