Adult Clinics

Welcome to JTCC's Adult Clinics registration page.  Please contact Director of Tennis Growth, Tyler Delaney (tdelaney@jtcc.org) with your questions and comments.

Session #2 Dates: November 4 - January 19 (No programs: November 27 - December 1 and December 23 - January 1)

Registration Now Open!

If interested in the current session, please email tdelaney@jtcc.org


Rally Now (1.5-2.5)

Rally Now is designed for players who have taken Rally in 10 previously, or have taken some lessons in the past and want to be reintroduced to the game. This class focuses on developing all of the basic strokes trying to keep ball in play. This player is working on the basic court positions for singles and doubles and trying to gain court experience.


Rally Now Plus (2.5-3.0)

Rally Now Plus is designed for players who have taken Rally Now. This class focuses on ball recognition, sending and receiving skills and court coverage. They can sustain a short rally of slow pace.


Doubles Clinic (3.0+)

Learn championship strategies, shot making and formations. This clinic focuses on doubles court positioning, taking control of the net with confidence, poaching and performing specialty shots.


Control And Position (3.0-3.5)

Control and Position is designed for players looking to take their game to the next level. This clinic focuses on directional control and positioning on court. A great follow up to Rally Now Plus, or for a player who is consistent when hitting medium paced shots, but they are not comfortable with all strokes.


Spin And Power (3.5-4.0)

The focus of this clinic is to improve depth and variety of shots. This player has achieved dependable stroke production with directional control and moderate pace shots. This clinic will add to your arsenal of shots and help you play more offensively. Placement in this class requires approval from Director of Tennis.


Adult Champs (4.0-4.5)

A competitive clinic designed specifically for former college and current competitive players. Each clinic is run like a college team practice and involves intense drilling, competitive situational games and match play. Placement in this class requires approval from Director of Tennis.


Stroke Of The Week (3.0-4.0)

Stroke of the Week is designed for players to improve their strokes technically and tactically. Each week the instructor will identify a particular stroke, focus on how and when to use it. Players will learn the zones of the court, how timing affects a shot based on perception, decision making, five phases of play and how placement and intent affects ball control. Drop in available.