April 8th, 2014

Florida Tennis Camp Listings — Summer 2014


To add your tennis camp listing, please post your camp info in the comments section below and it will be added to the listing:

kids campBOCA RATON — Evert Tennis Academy Junior Summer Tennis Camps June 1-August 16, 2014. Junior Summer Tennis Camps at Evert Tennis Academy provide the opportunity for tennis players who aspire to play professionally, earn a college scholarship or simply improve their game at any level. Led by our world-class coaching staff, ETA summer tennis camps combine physical and mental conditioning, technical and tactical training and match-play coaching. For more info go to www.evertacademy.com/programs/summer-camp.

DEERFIELD BEACH — In the ZMG Tennis Summer program, all players will learn and refine stroke production, technique, strategy and tactics, patterns of play, game etiquette, and tournament style playing methods. Feeding drills, live ball drills, point situations and match play sessions are designed to encompass everything essential in the development of a tennis player. Players will also be exposed to advanced footwork and movement drills and our coaches will implement a customized strength and conditioning program. This program is designed with each player’s specific abilities and goals in mind. Contact us at info@zmgtennis.com, visit www.zmgtennis.com or call (561) 829-5350.

FORT LAUDERDALE — Tennis and Sports Camp at George English Tennis Center (1101 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale FL 33304). Our camp is a fun, healthy way for your child (ages 6-14) to spend their summer vacation. Fundamental tennis skills, match play and various sports skills will be the focus of the camp. Tennis from 9:00-12:00 and other sports in the afternoon. We offer three sessions at three weeks each starting June 9. Call 954-828-4620 or 954-828-5378 for more information.

FORT LAUDERDALE — Lauderdale Tennis Club camps, for more info e-mail todd@sunshinestatetennis.com.

GAINESVILLE — The 2014 Gator Tennis Camp is pleased to offer three outstanding sessions this summer. You will find tennis instruction, with concentrations on skill, footwork, strategy, practice, lots of fun, and friendship. UF Coaches and Assistants will be present to provide you with outstanding instruction and leadership. Drill-oriented sessions are June 15-19 and June 22-26. Our Tournament Camp week is run July 13-17. For more info go to www.gatorzone.com/camps/?sport=tennw.

JACKSONVILLE — UNF Tennis Camp is now in its third year. Join the Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camp at the University of North Florida for an incredible week of tennis! Under the guidance of head men’s tennis coach, Mark Finnegan, campers will learn the latest tennis techniques, tactics and strategies through on-court instruction, competitive drills and singles and doubles match play. Sessions are June 9-13 and June 16-20, 2014. For more info go to www.wilsontenniscamps.com/university-of-north-florida.

LAKE WORTH — TDK Tennis Summer Academy is held at Winston Trails Tennis, 3 day sessions, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 9:00-1:00pm, June 10th thru August 7th, held by Tom Engel. Information and registration begins April 30th. For more info go to www.tdktennis.com, or email Kris at winstontrails@aol.com, or call (561) 744-4665.

MIAMI — Jane Forman Tennis Academy Summer Camp 2014 / Tennis — Swim — Sports, Boys and Girls, Ages 3–16, June 9–Aug. 15 (10 one-week sessions), Half Day (9:00a–12:00p) and Full Day (9:00a–3:00p). This year, the Jane Forman Tennis Academy is celebrating 25 summers of action-packed fun! The morning includes drills, stroke production, footwork, conditioning, games, indoor sports, additional activities such as arts and crafts, and water fights every Friday. Kids are grouped by age and skill level and coached by certified professionals. The afternoon includes optional swimming and more action-packed fun on the tennis courts, including match and tournament play. Age-appropriate games, beautiful facilities, nonstop action, and professional coaching make for an experience your child will never forget! Location: Dave and Mary Alper JCC, 11155 SW 112th Ave, Miami, FL, 33176. 

OCALA — Tennis and Swim Camp: Participants ages 6-12 will learn basic strokes, proper grips and scoring. Program will run 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 10 through Aug. 9, at Jervey Ganntt complex, 2200 NE 36th Ave. $115 per week. Tennis only camp runs 9 to 11 a.m. $95 per week. (629-8453).

OCALA — Junior Team Tennis: This camp offers children the opportunity to play in a fun atmosphere against competitors of similar skill level. Camp runs 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays or Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, June 10 through July 26, at Fort King Tennis Center, 3301 SE Fort King St., Ocala. $210 for two days or $300 for three days. (629-8453).

ORLANDO — Fun & Sun Tennis Camp, located at Lake Cane Tennis Center in Shadow Bay Park, 5108 Turkey Lake Road, Orlando, 407-254-9170, http://www.lakecanetennis.com. Orlando’s most popular tennis center is also Orlando’s most popular summer camp, offering tennis instruction, games and fun, including cross-training in field games like soccer, water activities and team building. Camps are supervised by professional, certified coaches who know how to give kids the best week of their summer vacation. Weekly sessions are available June 9-Aug. 15, and the cost is $235 per week.

PALM HARBOR — Now’s your chance to work with an Olympic Tennis Coach and learn about the game or improve your skills. Camps are  designed to enhance players’ progression. Beginning players  will learn forehand, backhand and serve. All children will
play and learn through fun games and drills.  Coach John Angel is a high-performance coach and has  many years of experience in training Olympic athletes and  professional tennis players.  Ages: 6-12 Instructor: John Angel.  Weeks Available: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10.  Weekly Fee: $125/Member, $135/Non-Memb.

PENSACOLA — The Montessori School of Pensacola Tennis Program is a family-friendly tennis facility specializing in 10 and under play. Two summer camps for beginners to intermediate: June 2nd-6th $150 & August 11th-14th $125 8:00-11:30. Registration $15.00 for one week/$25.00 for both. Your child will play group tennis games, learn ground strokes, serving, net play and proper form using age-appropriate equipment. Ages five and up. Led by Pros Rick Davis and Jim Morgan. Camps are open to the public. 4100 Montessori Drive Pensacola FL 32504 850-469-8138. 

PINECREST — Campers can learn the sport or refine their skills at the David Ensignia Tennis Academy for ages 6 to 17. Camp is half day (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.) for $150 per week, or full day (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) for $210 per week. There are also single-day options for $40 and $55. Camp sessions are June 23 to Aug. 15. Sessions are in Coral Pine Park, 6955 SW 104 St. in Pinecrest.

SARASOTA — The Resort at Longboat Key Club is a family-friendly Sarasota resort that offers several summer camps for your junior sports enthusiast. Our tennis and sports instruction camps are designed for children from four to 17 and provide personalized instruction and plenty of fun in the sun along with an emphasis on good sportsmanship and teamwork. Sarasota Junior Tennis Camp sessions are June-August, Monday-Friday, Half-Day & Full-Day Sessions, at the Tennis Gardens at Longboat Key Club. Led by Briana Harris Francois, our professional staff will stress the importance of teamwork, good sportsmanship, fair play, and keeping a positive attitude. Players will also get to compete in a “Davis Cup” competition, where they will play singles and doubles in order to gain match play experience. For more info go to www.longboatkeyclub.com/tennis-camps.

SARASOTA — Celsius Tennis Academy has two convenient locations: Bath & Racquet Club and NEW for Summer 2014, The Jewish Community Center, 582 McInotsh Road. Quickstart 10 & Under and Intermediate Summer Camp Programs Available at Bath & Racquet-Weekly or Multi-Week Sessions Available. NEW Summer Camp at the Jewish Community Center is a fun, healthy way for your child to spend their summer vacation. The Summer Celsius Tennis Camp is geared towards players Ages 5-12 of all ability levels. We offer both Full Day and Half Day camp options with an All Skills program (ages 9-12) and a “10 & Under Tennis” program for kids age 5-10 just learning the sport. Our youth tennis camps combine fundamentals, technical tennis instruction and drilling from a superb coaching staff and supervised match play. Join the fun and get better this summer! For camp dates call (941) 447-4227. USTA Members Receive $15.00 OFF Each Registration.

TALLAHASSEE — Seminole High Performance Tennis at FSU offers juniors players of all levels and ages an opportunity to train with the best coaches and players in the country. We strive to create a community environment in which players can train together on a daily basis. The program specializes in overnight and daily summer camps, high performance after-school programs, and daily beginner classes. The combination of the best facilities in the country, state of the art video analysis software, and elite coaching staff create an ideal environment for any junior looking to take their game to the next level. The camp is open to any and all entrants only limited by number, age, gender and grade. For more info go to www.seminoletenniscamps.com.

TAMPA — Tennis and Swim Camp: Ages 6-12 will learn grips, serving mechanics, scoring and all basic strokes, 9-11 a.m. for tennis and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for tennis and swimming, June 9-Aug. 1, Jervey Gantt Park tennis courts and aquatic center, 2200 NE 36th Ave. $115 per week for tennis and swimming, $95 per week for tennis only. (Renee Weiss 629-8453 or renee32609@yahoo.com).

TAMPA — Tampa Tennis at HCC Jam Weeks / High Performance Camps; 3901 W Tampa Bay Blvd. Tampa; 813-348-1173; www.tampatennis.net; June 9-August 15; The Junior Development Tennis Program runs clinics for all levels/ages between 4-16 years old. The philosophy of the instructional style is face paced, high cardio, and games based approach that adds excitement and enjoyment for the kids as they learn through a progression of drills and games. Jam Weeks = Games, fun environment, and other sports for 1 hour each day. High Performance = High intensity. For serious players only who are looking to take their game to the next level.  Contact Kevin for more information at kevin@tampatennis.net.

To add your tennis camp listing, please post your camp info in the comments section below and it will be added to the listing.