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Greensboro, North Carolina
I am a former college tennis who am is able to teach all ages
Greensboro, though it has no major sports team or college sports teams, is sneaky great sports town. Did you know that the ACC headquarters are based in Greensboro? Or that the Greensboro Coliseum Complex has hosted the men’s basketball ACC tournament 23 times and the Final Four four times? Or how about that it is home to the Greensboro Grasshoppers, the single A affiliate of the Miami Marlins, a team which the great Derek Jeter once played for? No, we didn’t know about the last fact either. Luckily for you we are not only diligent in unearthing random Greensboro sports facts but also in providing you with the best tennis lessons in Greensboro, NC.
Greensboro, the third largest city in north Carolina, is a great place to take tennis lessons. With it beautiful climate and more than 1,200 tennis courts found in Greensboro and Winston-Salem it is safe to say that tennis is quite popular among the locals. Speaking of Winston-Salem, the second city in the Piedmont Triad, it is home to the tennis tournament right before the US Open, The Winston-Salem Open. The winner of this years event was John Isner who just so happens to be a North Carolina native. Maybe more importantly (because we love random trivia) it just so happened to the second to last tournament in the illustrious career of Andy Roddick.
So if you have made it to this third paragraph it’s clear you either love all things Greensboro or you really want to find out about our tennis lessons in Greensboro. You can either select one of our qualified instructors or give us a call to find out more about all the tennis lesson options offered in Greensboro. Though this ode to Greensboro is over you can take solace in knowing your tennis life is just beginning when you take a tennis lesson in Greensboro with MyTennisLessons.
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Tennis Courts in Greensboro
- UNCG Tennis Courts 1408 Walker Ave., Greensboro, NC 27401
- Guilford College 5800 West Friendly Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27410
- South Graham Park Rogers Road, Graham, NC 27253
Tennis Locations Near Greensboro
Of course we do! It is important to partake in lessons when you are just picking up tennis. We teach lessons to intermediate and advanced tennis players as well. No matter what your age or skill level, we will find the right instructor for you and make improvements to your tennis game, guaranteed.
On the home page you can input a zip code, city, or town to view the available instructors in that area. By clicking on a particular profile you can view an instructor's teaching qualifications, availability, as well as specific teaching locations to ensure that you are selecting the correct coach for your tennis lessons.
After finding an instructor that you feel comfortable booking lessons with, you can setup a lesson package through the "Book Online" button. You can also setup lessons over the phone with our customer service department at (866)-454-2747. We're around 9 AM - 6 PM to answer any questions and help you find the perfect instructor.
Contact information will be sent to you via email after your lesson is purchased. Your instructor will be contacting you, via either email or phone, within 48 hours of your purchase to introduce themself and confirm the initial lesson. You will be able to contact your instructor with questions regarding time change, location, or just to say you are excited about your lesson! Feel free to call our offices at (866)-454-2747 if have questions regarding your instructor.
We offer Private, Semi-Private lessons (2 people), and Group lessons (3 or more). We do not have any set “group clinics” that you can join, but feel free to book lessons with as many people as you want. Each person you add to a lesson package purchase is only an additional $10 dollars. So taking a lesson with a friend will not only allow you, espcially if you are a beginner, to find your comfort zone if you have a friend by your side, but you will also save on your hourly lesson rate.
Lessons are typically 1 hour long. If requested, they can be purchased in an hour and a half or 2 hour increments and also be recorded at these lengths from in either the instructor or customers back-end profile.
All you need to bring is a tennis racket, a bottle of water, tennis shoes, and a towel (if you sweat a lot). We provide all other necessities, such as tennis balls.
Once you have signed up with us at MyTennisLessons, you can contact your instructor to reschedule. To give our instructors enough time to reschedule, we request this to be done 24 hours in advance. Regarding more permanent changes such as a new location, time of day, or package plan, you can either email or call MyTennisLesson.com directly at 866-452-2747and we will be more than happy to find a time and location that works best for you. If you are unable to take a lesson because of the weather we will reschedule the lesson at a time most convenient for you and your instructor. Of course you will not be responsible to pay for any lesson missed due to the weather.
Our tennis lessons are taught by instructors who have been thoroughly screened by our hiring team. The same can’t be said for instructors not going through our system. Not only have our tennis instructors been confirmed as qualified but they have also passed a criminal background checks ensuring a quality lesson that is also safe.
Our experience overall with my tennis lessons has been a walk in the park. I would highly recommend MyTennisLessons.com services to anyone looking for a good tennis instructor.
Cable M - Los Angeles, CA
Using My Tennis Lessons online could not have been an easier or more pleasant experience. I was instantly put in touch with a tennis pro who was able to quickly and efficiently arrange a tennis lesson with my daughter who had never even picked up a racket before
Terry K - Fairfield, CT
A friend and I decided to take tennis lessons and found Renata through MyTennisLessons.com. She adjusted to our skill level immediately, taught us the basics, then layered on additional skills and techniques as we progressed.