Fremont, CA (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
Pride. Confidence. Respect. Responsibility. They’re all values almost every parent wants to instill in their children, and Euro School of Tennis is ready to help with their Fall Junior Team Tennis League. Offering youngsters in a variety of skill levels the chance to learn and compete in a sport that has so much to teach, Euro School of Tennis is currently holding sign-ups for this memorable experience.
Real Tennis, Serious Fun
Complex rules help define the sport of tennis, but the Fall Junior Team Tennis League is hardly about a list of do’s and don’ts. Instead, Euro School of Tennis works to help students develop the techniques and skills needed to keep the ball in play again and again, and in the process, kids have the chance to learn more about this game that means so much to players around the world.
“Kids don’t enjoy playing sports because they care about winning,” said Alex Rupchin, Tennis Director for Euro School of Tennis. “Kids love to pick up new sports like tennis because of the fun factor. They actually like doing something they’re good at and improving their skills at something new, so we spend quite a bit of time focusing on the fundamentals of the game in creative ways.”
The Court of Life
While there’s little doubt working with Euro School of Tennis will teach tennis students more about the game no matter what current skill level he or she has, there’s more to learning this exciting sport than understanding footwork, racquet handling, and scoring. Unlike many other sports, tennis has some takeaways others can’t touch.
Physically, students gain a level of endurance and coordination that carries over to other sports and daily activities. Mentally, though, they learn about self-discipline, integrity, and honesty in a very different classroom.
Tennis Excellence in Your Backyard Every Weekend
No matter where you’re at in the San Francisco Bay Area, Euro School of Tennis has a weekend league nearby that’s easy to reach.
- On Saturdays, students can participate in Milpitas at the High School tennis courts from 12pm to 1:30pm, and in San Mateo, students are welcome at the San Mateo High School tennis courts from 4pm– 5:30pm.
- On Sundays, students can play in Fremont at the Glenmoor Tennis Center from 1:30pm – 3pm, in Castro Valley at the Bay Trees Park Tennis Courts from 12pm – 1:30pm, and in Santa Clara/Sunnyvale from 4pm to 5:30pm.
This innovative league starts September 30 and runs until November 4, but space is limited, so if you want Euro School of Tennis to help your child get excited about stealing that next set, sign up today.