WELCOME TO MAPLEBROOK II TENNIS!
Fall tennis session registration will open August 13 at 8 am!
Fall season will start August 22 and run through October 7.
If you are enrolled in a lesson program, Coach Hugh will be communicating any lesson changes/cancellations via text and our Bloomz app, just look for MB2 Tennis and use code WPS49G. For questions or concerns - please direct them to email@example.com or contact Hugh directly at 630-479-9263.
Tennis Classes: To sign up for any of the classes listed below, please click on the links below each description to be directed to the registration page.
High School Girls Tryout Camp: This special program provides 12 hours of coaching to get you ready for high school tennis team tryouts.
New! Intro to Tennis for Kids with Special Needs: This no-cost lesson will help kids learn the basics of tennis through fun drills and one-on-one coaching. (Ages 5-18).
Early Beginners (Parent & Child): In this program, children will learn basic tennis skills using fun tennis-based activities. The parent and the instructor will work together to help them learn agility, balance, and coordination. (Ages 3-5)
Quick Start Beginners 1: Come have fun and learn to hit the ball with pint-sized equipment on a smaller 36’ court to boost success.
Quick Start Beginners 2: Objective: To create an interest and enthusiasm for the game and to make class times fun; to develop body control and eye-hand coordination through drilling, rallying and competing on both 36’ and 60’ courts; and to introduce all of the strokes used in the game. (Ages 8-12)
Quick Start Advanced Beginners: Objective: To begin to shift more focus on stroke technique through drilling and playing with Quick Start balls on a full 72’ court; to encourage the “competitive spirit”; and to teach the scoring and actual game of tennis. All strokes are covered. (Ages 8-12)
Intermediate: Objective: To build a greater interest in competing and to introduce Quick Start graduates to regulation adult tennis balls. Strokes are reviewed with more attention to technical details. Low level drills are used to help improve footwork and coordination. (Ages 11-14)
This drill will test and improve your endurance on the court as it combines cardio exercises with
tennis technique drills in a fun and fast-paced hour of fitness.
Beginner/Advanced Beginner Adult CoEd Drill: This class is for the beginner who has had little instruction and play. Objective: To introduce and practice all strokes, including more demanding ones; and to work on physical conditioning, footwork and coordination. USTA NTRP rating of 2.0 - 2.7.
Intermediate Adult CoEd Drill: This class is for experienced tennis players. Take your game to the next level with intermediate level drills. USTA NTRP rating of 3.0 - 3.6.
Adult CoEd Intermediate/Advanced Drill: This class is for experienced to more advanced tennis players. USTA NTRP rating of 3.3 - 3.8. Take your game to the next level with advanced drills.
Advanced Adult CoEd Drill (3.8+): Highly competitive drill - fast paced and challenging.
Men's Round Robin Play (3.8+):