The International Country Club junior tennis program strives to help every junior enjoy the sport of tennis. Whether providing sound technical teaching, emphasizing the value of perseverance and hard work, or encouraging efforts beyond the court, the goal of the program is the “whole” player.
Our year round program includes five sessions of weekly classes from the fall through the spring. During the summer the program offers five weeks of daily morning classes.
ICC JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM
Champs, Ages 5-6 (7) (mini court/red foam ball)
This is a great way for your child to learn the FUNdamentals. Areas of focus include eye hand coordination, movement, catching, throwing and hitting.
-Thursdays, 4:30-5:15 pm, Session I $119 (7 weeks); Session II $119 (7 weeks)
-Red Stars, Ages 7-9 (36 ft. court/red ball)
This class will introduce the player to proper stroke technique as well as continuing to focus on building coordination, agility and balance. The student will also learn how to begin playing through group games.
-Thursdays, 5:15-6:30 pm, Session I $182 (7 weeks); Session II $182 (7 weeks)
-Saturdays, 1:45-3:00 pm, Session I $182 (7 weeks); Session II $182 (7 weeks)
-White Stars/15 & under (60 ft. court/orange ball)
This class is designed for players to continually learn the foundations of proper stroke technique and movement. Other areas of focus include court positioning awareness, movement and recovery skills, light fitness (agility, speed, strength). The players will also be introduced to singles and doubles play.
-Wednesdays, 6:30-7:45, Session I $182 (7 weeks); Session II $182 (7 weeks)
-Saturdays, 3:00-4:30, Session I $231 (7 weeks); Session II $231(7 weeks)
-Blue Stars (78 ft. court/green-dot ball)
*Entrance into this class requires prior approval from the Director of Junior Tennis.
This class will focus on the continual development of proper stroke technique as well as the use of various spins. Movement mechanics (dynamic balance), as well as learning the tactics of singles game situations will be a primary focus as well. The class will be structured with fed ball training, cooperative rallying, live ball hitting, point play and group games.
Fitness training, experimentation with various game styles and doubles strategy will be part of the group's focus as well.
*This group requires a two day a week commitment*
-Tuesdays, 4:30-6:00 pm/ Fridays, 4:30-6:00 pm Session I $429; Session II $495
Competitive Development Group
*Entrance into this program is by invitation only.
*This class requires a 3 day a week commitment and runs on a semester basis.
Semester I: September 7th-December 16th
Semester II: January 4th-June 16th
-Players will work on continual stroke development and refinement, movement and athleticism, and understanding and applying strategies and tactics associated with various game styles. Practices will consist of fed and live ball drilling, fitness and situational point play. Self-fitness, practice sets and tournament play are required for The CDG player will be responsible for all aspects of their tennis. Players will also be expected to come mentally and physically prepared each day to learn and develop their games to the fullest potential.
-Mondays, Wednesdays, 4:30-6:30 pm/Fridays 4:30-6:00 pm Semester I, $1378
(Charged in two installments of $689 on September 23rd and November 11th
Champs, Ages: 5-6
Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Days: Monday through Thursday
This class is a great way for children to start learning the “FUNdamentals” of tennis. Activities focus on building Agility, Balance and Coordination skills (The ABC’s), as well as learning introductory racquet skills.
Aces, Ages: 7 - 8
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Days: Monday through Thursday
This class will focus on the fundamentals of stroke technique, movement skills and court positioning, Other areas of focus will include scoring, knowledge of basic rules and court etiquette.
Challengers, Ages: 9-15
Time: 10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
Days: Monday through Thursday
This class is designed for the player to learn and build upon proper stroke mechanics and shot fundamentals. Other areas of focus will include movement and recovery skills, court positioning, and singles/doubles strategy.
Our junior tennis program also includes a fall, winter and spring junior ladder, travel teams that play in the USTA/NOVA leagues, and other fun social events on and off the court.
C.D.G. Summer Program
Areas of Focus:
Technical- Groundstroke, Transitional net plays, Serve/Return, and footwork
Tactical- Developing shot sequences and court positioning to help execute match strategy
Fitness/Performance- Increase speed, stamina, balance and agility; generate more power, and move more efficiently.
Mindset- Establish routines and preparation, manage emotions and handle adversity.
Match Strategy- Applying various game styles as well as identifying opponent’s strengths, weaknesses, and style of play.
Competition- Playing singles and doubles matches; applying the technical, tactical, performance, and mental techniques.
Camp Weeks: TBA
Sports Camp (Summer)
The popular weekly sports camps are designed to encourage kids to experience all the activities that International Country Club has to offer.
They will be held for the following four weeks:
Dates: No 2018 Dates Announced
Hours: 9:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.
Camp starts at 9:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday. Tennis and lunch take place inside the tennis bubble from 9:30 to 12:30 p.m., followed by golf and then swimming. If rain causes golf and/or swimming to be cancelled, the group will remain in the tennis bubble for games and activities. Campers should be dropped off at the tennis bubble at 9:30 a.m. and pick up in the tennis shop at 3:30 p.m.
A Typical Day:
9:30 - 11:30 a.m. - Tennis instruction and play
11:30 a.m. - noon - Games in the tennis bubble
12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. - Lunch provided and catered by the club
12:45 - 1:45 p.m.- Golf instruction led by a golf pro and assisted by tennis
2:00 - 3:15 p.m. - Free swim at the pool
3:30p.m.- Pick up in the tennis shop
What To Bring:
· A tennis racquet, but if you don’t have one you can borrow or buy one in the tennis shop.
· Golf clubs, but if you don’t have them you can borrow from the golf shop. You do not need to bring a full set of clubs, just the golf club that we’ll be using each day.
· Collared shirt (for golf)
· Bathing suit
· Tennis shoes (non-marking—check at the tennis shop if you have any questions.)
Ages: 6 through 14, co-ed
Lunch is included and the following menu will be served:
Monday - Pizza
Tuesday - Chicken Fingers
Wednesday - Hot Dogs
Thursday - Grilled Cheese
If a child has allergies or special food requirements, please plan to pack his/her lunch.
A member of the tennis staff will be at the pool during the swimming portion of the camp. There will also be lifeguards on duty. However, if your child needs individual attention at the pool (such as not able to swim in certain parts of the pool), please plan to pick your child up at 2 p.m. at the tennis shop or to have a parent or guardian at the pool.
The cost is $320 a week/$80 a day. This is one of the few activities in which non-members can participate. The non-member fee is $370.
If you have any questions please feel free to email me or call the tennis shop.
Click HERE to view the printable brochure and registration form.
The full-day camp begins with tennis instruction and play, continues with a golf lesson and ends with a refreshing swim in the pool. Whether they are hitting a tennis or golf ball, children receive valuable instruction, feedback and tips to improve athletic performance. Most importantly, they’ll enjoy gaining new skills, making new friends and having lots of fun! Sign up for one week or several. If you would like to register your child or have further questions please contact Tennis Professional Amy Sheetz firstname.lastname@example.org.