Tennis 101 - Beginner Tennis Lessons for Kids and Adults

Start playing tennis!


Learn the basics of the game at our upcoming introduction to tennis lessons designed for beginners. Tennis is the perfect sport to pick up and start playing—It's safe, easy to learn AND good for you. Whether it’s your first time on the court or you’re returning to the game, we welcome you to sign up and give tennis a shot. 


Meet new players and have fun! Let’s Tennis.

Upcoming programs:

Urban Racquet Sports Foundation (URSF) Offers Indoor Tennis at Saginaw Athletic Club (SAC)​


Join the fun and play tennis indoors this fall and winter! URSF and SAC ​are partnering with Saginaw Area Schools to offer Tennis 101 lessons - affordable tennis for youth between the ages of 7-15 years. ​Registration is open for the first three sessions. and cost is $30 per session.​


Location: Saginaw Athletic Club (6125 Gratiot Road, Saginaw)​

Pros: Dennis Royal, USPTA; Pharrington Douglass, USPTA​



2023 Programs

Session 1: October 21, 28; November 4​

  • Registration is closed

Session 2: November 11, 18, 25​

  • Registration is closed

Session 3: December 2, 9, 16​



2024 Programs

Session 1: January 6, 13, 20


Session 2: February 3, 10, 17


Session 3: March 2, 9, 16



Questions? Call 989-239-2709. ​

Urban Racquet Sports Foundation is a 501c (3) non-profit. “Mentoring youth and reaching adults at Garber Courts and other locations.” Donations are gladly accepted: www.garbercourts.org.

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