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Advanced // Intermediate – Advanced // Intermediate // Beginner – Intermediate //
Experienced – Beginner// Beginner // First time Beginner //

Advanced Tennis Level – L6

Advanced class is for players that have been playing for a number of years. This player overall has good directional control and power, can handle pace and shows sound footwork. In this class you will improve your strokes while managing a faster pace ball. Coach might choose from a variety of topics based on class needs, including but not limited to: improving depth, power, control, balance, developing weapons, patterns as well as optimizing biomechanics of technique.

Dutch Player Rating: 5.0-7.0

Intermediate Advanced Tennis Level – L5

In this level players can have consistent rallies from Forehands and backhands, play with variety of spins and pace on the ball. They can also make of use of volleys, lobs, and approach shots. They already posses sound footwork and can make use of different spins (kick, flat, slice) in their serve as well as placing the serve into the Backhand and/or Forehand side of the service box. In this course the coach will help players gain more control over the ball to be able to exploit opponents weaknesses through all strokes. More advanced footwork, and swing technique optimazation introduced. In addition, players will start developing a their style of play to be used in match play and become comfortable playing from all areas of the court.

Dutch Player Rating: 7.0 – 8.0

Intermediate Tennis Level – L4

Intermediate classes are for players that have experience playing, already have the basic skills covered, and would like to build upon these. They are able rally from the baseline and have some directional control in both groundstrokes and serve, and have already been introduced to different spins such as topspin and slice. Here, you will continue to work on stroke technique in order to get more consistency and power. The course will also help you become more comfortable at the net and learn more match play elements and tactics.

8.0 – 8.5

Beginner Intermediate Tennis Level – L3

This course builds upon the Experienced-Beginner course. Here, you will be transitioning into the Intermediate level. In order to be n this level you are already able to perform a basic service motion, groundstrokes and net technique, as well as basic footwork skills. You will be introduced to new spins and work on rally consistency, direction, overall technique, etc.

Dutch Player Rating: 8.5 – 9.0

Experienced Beginner
Tennis level – L2

You have had some prior instruction on playing tennis. Have very basic stroke knowledge and can get the ball in play. This course will build upon these basics and help you work on  consistency, control, court positioning and much more.

Dutch Player Rating: 9.0-9.5

Beginner Tennis Level – L1

This course is for the player who is just starting to play tennis. You might have played before, had some prior introduction to the game or even have had a couple of tennis lessons before but you are still learning the basics strokes and fundamentals of how to hit the ball. This course will teach/reinforce the basics of the strokes and help you with rallying, starting the point etc.

Dutch Player Rating: 9.5 – 10.0

First Time Beginner Tennis Level – L0

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As the name suggest, if you have never played tennis before this class is for you! Designed to teach you the basic aspects of tennis this course will go over proper technique and other fundamentals. Even if you have played other racquet sports this class will be beneficial to you since tennis technique can be quite different. Combined with a lot of fun games and instruction be ready to have a jumpstart to the game!

Tennis School International

Sportparkweg, 3604 AW Maarssen, Netherlands
+31 6 289 68 880