Competitive Training

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All players with court reservations and program registrants must fill out a WAIVER & RELEASE (W & R) prior to on-court play.  All players and guests must present a government issued photo ID upon arrival. 

Transition Pathway

Our Transition Pathway focuses on players who are aspiring to become competitive tournament players but need to further develop before entering our High-Performance Pathway. While further emphasizing fundamentals, work ethic, and overall ball control, players will learn the necessary skills needed to be able to successfully be introduced to local and sectional competition.

Feed the Feeder 

(Ages: 9-12)

For players ages 9-12, developing a strong foundation and showing the commitment needed to become a competitive tournament player. At this stage, players have successfully transitioned into yellow balls and are expected to compete locally with frequency. Use of yellow balls, mostly, but Pros can adjust the ball type based on the activity. Racquet size: 26-27 inches. Class length: 120 minutes on-court and 30 minutes off-court. 


(Ages: 13-17)

For competitive players ages 13-17 who need additional fine-tuning to their fundamentals in order to progress to the high-performance pathway. This class will emphasize shot tolerance and developing a stronger physical threshold. Players are expected to demonstrate a consistent work ethic and respect toward fellow students and Coaches. Players should participate in local tournaments and internal match play. Class length: 90 minutes on-court and 30 minutes off-court. 

High-performance Pathway

Our High-Performance Pathway follows the USTA Player Development coaching philosophy and concepts that are instrumental in the long-term development of outstanding players. Our goal is to help players develop a tournament mentality backed by solid parameters, fitness, and strategic thinking. By providing an environment conducive to personal excellence and a progression-based teaching methodology, our program focuses on developing and attracting serious junior tournament players with high aspirations, such as college tennis and beyond. Continuation in the program is not guaranteed; players will be held to a high standard in terms of work ethic, coachability, and overall level of play, and can be removed if they fail to maintain the desired standards. Please contact if you would like additional information about our High-Performance Pathway, including try-outs/evaluation requests.

Feed the Feeder Plus 

(Ages: 9-13) 

Players have a sound technical base overall and consistently sustain focus and intensity. Additional emphasis is placed on building a strong work ethic and resilience. Racquet size: 26-27 inches. Class length: 120 minutes on-court and 30 minutes off-court. 


(Ages: 10-16)

For highly competitive players who excel with fundamentals and are eager to be coached to make it into our Elite level. These players train multiple times weekly, maintain a robust tournament schedule, and are serious contenders at high-level Sectional events. Feeder participants are part of our NTC Competition Team and aspire to play at the collegiate level or beyond. Class length: 120 minutes on-court and 30 minutes off-court.  *FEEDER PLAYERS: If you have not received a notification from our Head Pro, stating your placement (day assignment) for the Feeder classes, please contact, prior to signing up. Placement is based on UTR and other factors at the Coaches’ discretion. Failure to comply with the assigned days will incur admin fees as your days will be changed.


(Ages: 12-18)  

Players show a total commitment to personal excellence and are already excelling at the Sectional level as well as strong competitors at the National level. Elite participants are part of our NTC Competition Team and aspire to play at competitive NCAA Division I programs and beyond. Class length: 120 minutes on-court and 30 minutes off-court.  

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