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Weekly Workouts for Adults

Do you want to:

  • improve your skills in anticipation of competing in a league or tournament?
  • get fit while having fun?
  • meet other tennis players?

Whatever your motivation, High Point's adult workouts will help you to meet your goals. There are workouts for all levels of players, with a variety of days and times offered. The format includes drills & competitive exercises for improving your groundstrokes, overheads, serves, and those ace volley shots.

Workouts are 1.5 hours in length, $15 per session, and limited to 8 players unless otherwise noted. If a workout has only 4 players registered, it will be shortened to 1 hour. In the event of cancellation due to weather or low attendance, a credit will be placed on your account.

TO REGISTER: Call or stop by High Point-- We are using a 'paper & pen' system for sign ups, while modifications are being made to the new software system. All workouts are going on as usual though :-)

NEED TO CANCEL? If your plans change and you need to cancel, please call the Pro Shop. Cancellations must be done 24 hours in advance to receive a refund/credit.

 

Weekly Schedule:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday  Thursday Friday       Saturday      Sunday         

 

 


6:45pm-8:15pm

3.5+ Level Players

Dan Rasor, Pro

7:15pm-8:45pm

3.0 - 4.0 level players

Brad Watson, Pro


10:30am-12pm 

All Levels

Dencil Johnson, Pro 


Singles Drill

12pm-1:30pm

3.0+ level players

Dencil Johnson, Pro


6:45pm-8:15pm

3.0+ level players

Dencil Johnson, Pro


  

7:15pm - 8:45pm

3.0 - 4.0 level players

Brad Watson, Pro

  

9am - 10:30am

All Levels

Dencil Johnson, Pro

 


 

 


10:30am - 12pm

3.0 - 3.5 level players

Duane Covell & Dan Rasor, Pros

*16 players max*

 


10:30am - 12:00pm

3.0+ level players

Duane Covell & Dan Rasor, Pros

*16 players max*

 *The levels listed are based on the United States Tennis Association's (USTA), National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) system. The primary goal is to help all tennis players enjoy the game by providing a method of classifying skill levels for more compatible matches, group lessons, league play, tournaments and other programs. If you are unsure of your level, you may 'self-rate' by completing the questionnaire at: National Tennis Rating Program.