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New England

Junior Training Opportunities

Are you a junior in need of additional training time on court? Wimbledon 109 has donated court time to USTA New England Juniors every Saturday from 4-8pm in May.

 

Together with our New England Coaching Task Force, we’ve put together a list of training sessions for you. A designated coach will join you every Saturday and host a training session.

 

Grab a friend, register, and get on the court!

 

Court time is free and coaches fee is just $55 for the four-hour session! 

 

With questions, email Shawna Fors at shawna.fors@newengland.usta.com

Date   Theme Coaches Registration  
Saturday, May 7 

Offense, Defense, Neutral

Situational analysis, what are your shot options based on?

Know when to defend, extend or attack

Jared Flick

Alek Davila

Register Here
Saturday, May 14    

Orange and Green Ball

Understand Mini Tennis with continental grip

skills, concentration and footwork

John Sherwood Register Here
Friday, May 20 

National Tournament Training

For players who are or will be competing in Level 2 or Level 1 tournaments

John Sherwood Register Here

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