Vivz Pro Tennis Academies (VPTA). Presents. MINI TENNIS PROGRAMME. FOR SCHOOLS, CLUBS BY VIVEK PAWAR INTERNATIONALLY CERTIFIED TENNIS COACH (USPTR). ABOUT MINI TENNIS.
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MINI TENNIS PROGRAMME
FOR SCHOOLS, CLUBS
INTERNATIONALLY CERTIFIED TENNIS COACH (USPTR)
Objectives Of Mini-tennis
Advantages Of Mini Tennis
Starting With Mini Tennis
TAP UP TENNIS
Stages In Mini Tennis
Age guide: 4
MINI TENNIS RED
Age guide: 4 upwards
Ability: Level 3: Beginner level
Level 2: Intermediate Red
Level 1: Advanced Red
Mini Tennis Red is played on a scaled down court with large, soft tennis balls and small rackets that are more appropriate to the child’s size, strength and ability. Players will learn the basic techniques and tactics whilst developing the mental and competitive skills to help them progress their tennis. There is also a lot of emphasis on coordination (general and hand-eye) and movement which are essential if they are to improve their tennis.
MINI TENNIS ORANGE
Age guide: 7 years and above
Ability: Able to rally with a red ball comfortably and have developed a sound technique whilst understanding the basic tactics of the game.
Level 2: Intermediate Orange
Level 1: Advanced Orange
Mini-Tennis Orange is played on a 3/4 sized court with mini-orange balls. Players will improve on their basic technique and develop their tactical awareness. Their mental and competitive skills will becontinually improving alongside this.
DEVELOPMENT TENNIS GREEN
Age guide: 8 years and above
Ability: Able to rally a minimum of 10 strokes on a full sized court and play comfortably with an orange ball.
Development Tennis Green is played on a full-sized court with slightly softer green tennis balls. Having developed a sound technique, there will be further work on this, but also a lot of emphasis on tactics and competition.
JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Age 8 – 18 years
TheJunior Development Programme acts as a natural progression from the Mini Tennis Programme. With the introduction of the yellow ball which is more suited to the older and stronger player, it builds upon the skills learnt at the younger age.
The programme runs throughout the year on a termly basis and is aimed at all ages and abilities.
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