Tennis Lessons Tennis is for all abilities. Tennis lessons are available to UMD students, faculty, and staff, and community members. Tennis is a life skill that can be learned or refined at any age. Our group, private, and semi-private classes and lessons are available for individuals 5 years old to adult.
Play in seasonal intramural sports leagues and tournaments, join 1 of over 40 student-led club sports, play for a discounted rate at the 18-hole University of Maryland Golf Course, or just drop in on courts and fields across campus to play basketball, volleyball, squash, racquetball, tennis, kickball, soccer, Frisbee, and more.
Learn with your best friend, spouse, neighbor, or colleague. Choose from seven days and times that will fit any schedule. Discover Tennis will take you from a Beginner to a Player. Includes: Complimentary four week membership to JTCC. Four lessons with six hours of instruction taught by certified coaches. Racquets while you learn.
Home page for JTCC in College Park, MD. JTCC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to transforming lives through tennis.
Classes will be held February 25 – April 7, 2022. Private Lessons Private lessons with accredited instructors employed by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission are available at Wheaton Indoor Tennis Center and may be booked directly with instructors.
More Umd Tennis Class images
Here is the 10 best tennis lessons in Bowie, MD for all ages and skill levels. Kids, beginners, and adults are welcome. See local teachers rated by the Bowie community.
Beginner tennis classes are usually divided into three 1-hour sessions at each park, depending on number of participants and available courts. Children ages 8-10 years old are typically the first hour, followed by ages 11-13 and then 14-17. When registering please select the time slot that corresponds to your child’s age.
Director $150+. Senior Professional 108. Staff Professional 86. Non-members may take up to four private lessons at a rate 25% above the member rate prior to joining the club. Schedule lessons by calling 301-779-8000 or emailing Tyler Delaney.
Tennis Origins Most historians believe that tennis originated in northern France in the 12th century. But at that time, the ball was struck with the palm of the hand, hence the name, jeu de paume (game of the palm). It was not until the 16th century that rackets came into use for hitting the ball and this is when the game began to be called tennis.