Programs

Spring 2018 Junior Programs

About our Programs

Whether you have never played tennis before or are aspiring to be a competitive player, we designed a pathway for players to achieve their personal goals. Using a game based approach to coaching, players learn technique and fundamental skills while playing games. We continuously monitor all students progress to ensure they have a positive experience.

Our junior programs are aligned to meet the physical, tactical, technical and psychological guidelines of Tennis Canada's Long Term Athlete Development model.

We believe the success of any junior is having a strong relationship between coach, player and parent.

 

Fundamental Programs

The AFTC FUNdamentals programs are designed for juniors ages 4-16. It is the perfect program for players to learn the basics of tennis - serve, rally and score to be able able to play a sport for life. As a player progresses from one stage to another, more advanced techniques and ball control skills are introduced.

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Competitive Academy

The AFTC academy programs are designed to give players who have made the commitment, and met the required competencies, an opportunity to train to develop the skills necessary to compete at a regional, provincial and national level. Players can access the academy programs by invitation, try out days, or by applying to be assessed by the coaching staff. Contact Rufus Nel for further information about the program.

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Junior Player of the Month

All players in junior programs are eligible to be nominated.

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Hours of Operation

8:30am – 10:00pm
Seven days a week

If no courts are booked, we may close early.

Spring Tennis

Registration for spring programs is available.

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Summer Tennis

Get out and play tennis tennis this summer. Outdoor lessons for kids and adults.

Lots of summer camps for kids. Tennis and multi sport options.

Merchant of Tennis

Shop for the latest tennis gear at the Merchant of Tennis while supporting our community. To ensure your order contributes to the No Child Refused fund, please use the links provided on our site.

Click to learn more about the partnership between the AFTC and Merchant of Tennis.

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