Hitting Tennis Lessons

For you advanced players out there we offer hitting lessons that will simulate what it feels like to play in a real match. When you sign up for a hitting lesson with My Tennis Lessons you hit with an experienced instructor who will be able to give you advice not only on your stroke technique but also your court position and overall strategy.

We recommend to take a hitting lesson if you are an advanced player only. If you haven’t been playing tennis for very long it is important to get more 1-on-1 attention that you would get when you sign up for a private or semi-private lesson. The instructors who partake in hitting lessons have played for countless years to be able to teach such a lesson. So if you are looking for someone to challenge you, or if you are trying to tune up before a big match don’t hesitate to sign up for a hitting lesson with My Tennis Lessons. Be sure to specify in the “Lesson Notes” that you are looking for a hitting lesson.

How it works

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Find an instructor

After inputting your zip code, it's time to find an instructor that best suits your tennis needs. We only hire instructors who have extensive teaching experience, glowing references, and are highly personable. This ensures your tennis experience is top quality.

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Choose your package

At MyTennisLessons we offer lesson packages, that once purchased, can be scheduled at the time most convenient to you. We aren't locking you into a confusing payment plan with difficult release clauses. But we are taking your money whether you use the lessons or not, unless you call for a refund.

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Start your lessons

After inputting your zip code, it's time to find an instructor that best suits your tennis needs. We only hire instructors who have extensive teaching experience, glowing references, and are highly personable. If you ignored the first pargraph in this section, you'll realize you're reading the same thing. So click the get started button below and give us your credit card number!

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