The Junior Excellence Program is for players ranging from the intermediate to USTA tournament and high school players. Players in this program may have ranking goals and want to play college tennis.
The Tucson Racquet Club is proud to offer the finest tennis instruction in the Southwest. Our senior staff includes: Alan Barrios, Gretchen Schantz, Nelson Payne, Gregg Baker, Tom Clark, Torrie Browning, Patricia Rodriguez, Gary Scholl, Hilda Cortez, and more. Click here to learn more about our Tennis Pros.
The Jr. Excellence Program is designed for the total development of the Junior tennis player. Private lessons provide individual attention. Clinics reinforce the skills learned in the private lesson. Play strategies are emphasized in structured games and during playday matches. Tournament trips are scheduled throughout the year to provide coaching and match analysis. The Jr. Excellence Program provides a total learning environment.
Please contact your pro as soon as possible to confirm your lesson time. Times will be given out on the following priorities: 1) you have first choice on keeping last year’s time 2) returning students who wish to change times 3) new students.
Clinics canceled because of weather will be rescheduled if needed (we have 4 days set aside for rain and tournament misses factored into the cost of the program). If you miss clinic for your own reasons there is no makeup (ie. sickness or minor injury). A full staff is always maintained at clinics. Private lessons must be made up. The Club has a 24 hour cancellation policy that will be enforced!
The Spring program runs for 17 weeks beginning January 2 through May 12. There are two one-week breaks February 20-24 and March 27-31. All clinics and playdays are from 4:30-6:30PM.
Private Lesson…Schedule at your convenience.
Team Practice, Drilling and Playdays …will take place Monday—Thursday from 4:30—6:30pm. Each week will consist of some variation of practice, drilling and playdays based on the footwork, stroke production and point construction segments for that week.
The program cost for members is $1,980 or $2,385 for nonmembers. There are three options for payment:
1) Average Monthly Billing:
Members: $396 per month 5 times (January – May)
Nonmembers: $477 per month 5 times (January – May)
2) Pay in Full Up Front: Receive a 5% discount.
3) Custom: Design your own payment plan.
Members will be automatically billed on their accounts. Nonmembers will be billed to the credit card number on the application.
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