It’s that time of year again and everyone at Elysium Tennis is gearing up for a great summer of leagues, tournaments, and training. One of the more fun things we do throughout the summer is train new tennis players in our special beginner tennis classes. It’s already almost June and our classes are almost full. In case you needed some extra encouragement to join our Saturday classes (the only ones still open), here are 5 reasons to attend a summer beginner class.
- Tennis is great exercise!
Summer time is when we all want to sweat off the winter blues by getting out and having some athletic fun. Tennis is one of the best cardiovascular exercises you can do and it strengthens many muscle groups at once. Kids of all ages have a great time (and expend a lot of energy) at our summer tennis camps.
- Special Discounts on private lessons
Students enrolled in our summer beginner tennis camps get specialized discount pricing on private coaching with our tennis Pros right here at our facility. This one-on-one teaching is a priceless investment in a new tennis player’s technique and understanding of the game.
- You’ll be ahead of the curve for the Fall
Many of your young members are joining tennis leagues at school this fall and there’s no better way to get them geared up and ahead of the curve than letting them spend time with our coaches and the other tennis players here at Elysium Tennis.
- Group classes are fun social outings
Without school in session, summer can sometimes lack in social environments for young people, especially if the parents aren’t available to entertain. Let us take care of that. Beginner classes are a great time to have fun with friends.
- Pro Tips from our Elite Coaches
Our coaching staff are all seasoned pros at tennis and excellent trainers for all skill levels. Spending time on the court with these teachers will allow you to soak up some great tips and training.
Now is the time to up your game and build a love of one of the greatest sports in the world. Stop by the front desk or call in to sign up while classes are still open!
Have you heard about our newest form of tennis at Elysium? While many consider platform tennis (aka paddle tennis) a winter sport, which is traditionally the case, we’ve outfitted our facility to accommodate year round paddle fun for our members of all ages. Our summer platform tennis league has started but there’s still room for more players to join.
Matches are played on
Tuesday nights at either 6pm or 8pm.
We currently have the best players in Columbus in the league as well as some true beginners, so all skill levels are welcome and encouraged to join in the fun.
Friday Night Socials will continue throughout the summer as well. A schedule of dates for these events will be sent out soon.
Elysium will be hosting a paddle tennis round robin on Sunday, May 24th starting at 10am. The format will be a true round robin where each player will get a chance to play with or against everyone else in attendance. After all rounds have been completed, the highest game winners will proceed to the semi-finals and finals. The cost for the round robin will be $25 and that will cover court time, balls, and breakfast food.
All levels are welcome!
Private and group lessons will also be available upon request.
Please feel free to contact
319 621 2949
with any questions or to sign up for any events!
As Spring rolls into central Ohio and the snow melts away, our young men are getting geared up for the courts. Boys High School Tennis season is about to begin and we’re all getting pumped up for a great season.
Best of Luck to all the guys who are trying out this year! We look forward to a competitive season with some really promising young talent out there.
Please note the time changes for the Junior Programs here at Elysium Tennis, starting June 8 and going through August 7.
Also be aware of the changes made to the Area Qualifier. This year they’re doing things a bit differently. There will only be a District Qualifier which will lead to the Mid-West Closed. Please make sure you sign up in advance to get on the list. If you have any questions, just ask Kevin or Dan and they can assist.
Again, best of luck, boys! Get out there and have a great time.
Be on the lookout for Summer Junior Team Tennis sign-ups and we’ll see you on the courts!