Mini Tennis

Mini Tennis is divided into 3 different levels. A brief description is provided below with current LTA guidelines.

Mini Tennis Spring Term 2018

Week NumberDate (commencing Monday)
116/04/2018
223/04/2018
330/04/2018
407/05/2018
514/05/2018
621/05/2018
Half Term28/05/2018
704/06/2018
811/06/2018
918/06/2019
1025/06/2018
1102/07/2018
1209/07/2018
Spare Week16/07/2018

Mini Red

DayTimeCourse Code
Monday 4 – 5pmTR1
Friday4 - 5pmTR2
Saturday9-10amTR3

Aim – Fundamental co-ordination and movement skills, an introduction to rallying and playing the game and above all to build confidence and have fun.

Age – 4 to 7/8 years.

Equipment – Low bounce foam or felt covered ball, larger than a tennis ball for slow movement and red coded where possible. Strung rackets 17” – 23”.

Court size – 11m x 5.5m.

Mini Orange

DayTimeCourse Code
Friday5 – 6pmTO1
Saturday 10 – 11amTO2

Aim – Fundamentals and playing the game, basic tactics and playing more points/games.

Age – 7/8 years and above (depending on ability and age when started playing).

Equipment – Modified tennis ball of a tennis ball size but softer and lighter, with a lower bounce than a normal tennis ball and orange coded. Strung rackets 23” – 25”.

Court size – 18m x 6.5m (singles) and 18m x 8.23m (doubles).

Mini Green

DayTimeCourse Code
Tuesday 4 – 5pmTG1
Saturday 11 – 12pmTG2

Aim – Fundamentals, physical skills, tennis skills and matches, encouraging children to be more independent, understanding about warming up, practicing, fitness and health.

Age – 9 years and above (depending on ability and age when started playing).

Equipment – Modified tennis ball of tennis ball size but slightly softer and lighter, with slightly lower bounce and green coded. Strung rackets 25” – 27”.

Court size – Full size singles court (also for doubles).

More information on Mini Tennis can be found at the LTA’s mini tennis website.

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