Lesson and Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday        7:00 AM - 9:00 PM

​Saturday - Sunday​    7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

 

Pro Shop Hours

Monday - Thurs       10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday                        10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday - Sunday   10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

ADDRESS

2505 Wilshire Blvd.

Santa Monica, CA 90403


Email:  santamonicatenniscenter@gmail.com
 

Tel: 310-315-0886
 

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ADULT TENNIS

Our adult tennis programs are designed to improve your game, improve your fitness, and have you walk away feeling relieved of your daily stresses.  ​

​​Live-Ball 

Live-Ball is an extended version of doubles "King of the Court". The non-stop action leaves little time to think, and makes you focus on hitting the ball.  This format is great for players of all levels because it helps accelerate the learning process.  However, the more advanced the group the more challenging and dynamic the experience becomes. It is a win/win situation for all levels.

This unparalleled action packed tennis workout will have you running, sweating, and smiling within minutes.  After only a few classes you will find it much easier to run down that drop shot, chase after that lob, keep up in that long rally, and feel like you can stay on the court for hours.​​​


Groups consist of between 5 -7 players for 1.5-hour clinics and 5-8 players for 2-hour clinics.  Is it really possible for one tennis pro to keep as many as 7 advanced players physically challenged, mentally engaged, and actively playing throughout the clinic? Unequivocally, YES!  In fact, when you're on the court doing the clinic you will be thankful for all the people present.

​​USTA NTRP Player Rating Levels
The following descriptions will help the student choose the correct class level:
 

1.5-2.0 (Intro/Re-Intro) This student has played some tennis, but needs instruction on basic techniques.


2.0-2.5 (Novice) This student is learning to keep the ball in play, but needs to improve court positioning and consistency.

2.5-3.0 (Novice/Int) This student can play singles and doubles, but needs to improve net play and basic tactics.


3.0-3.5 (Intermediate) This player has dependable strokes, but lacks depth and variety.  This player lacks consistency when trying for power.


3.5-4.0 (Int/Adv) This player is developing the use of lobs, overheads, approach shots and volleys, and is seldom out of position in singles or doubles.


4.0-4.5 (Adv/Int) This player has begun to hit with power, spin, depth and control. He/she can move into a net position with some success.


5.0 + (Advanced) This player can successfully execute all strokes and has good shot anticipation.  This player has participated in competitive tennis programs and tournaments.