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What Makes Us The Best in Tennis Camps


Check-in at 8:45am | Pick-up at 4pm Monday-Friday

Campers must bring all necessary tennis equipment (racquet, shoes, etc.), a refillable water bottle, and a snack.


Morning program: Check in at 9am and pick-up at 12pm,  Monday-Friday.
Afternoon program: Check in at 1pm and pick-up at 4pm,  Monday-Friday.

Campers must bring all necessary tennis equipment (racquet, shoes, etc.), a refillable water bottle, and a snack.

Tennis Camp Curriculum

Tennis Camp Curriculum

Campers are instructed in tennis technique, tactical strategy and conditioning most relevant to the game today. Our combination of skill lessons, quick tennis drills and individual sessions is specifically designed to enable each young tennis player to improve their overall game, regardless of ability level. Our low camper-to-staff ratio enables our instructors to give consistent personal feedback.

What to Bring to Tennis Camp

Below is a suggested list of items to bring to camp. Campers are allowed to bring cell phones to camp to contact their guardians, but they are not allowed on the court during training sessions. Please label every article you bring to camp. All personal items are the responsibility of each camper. Connecticut Tennis Camp and its camp staff are not responsible for lost, stolen, or forgotten items.

  • Health Form
  • On-Court Clothes (T-Shirts, Shorts, Hat, Socks, etc)
  • Athletic Sneakers
  • Water Bottle
  • Sunblock
  • Snack (optional)

Why New Jersey Tennis Camps are the Superior Choice

We are a top rated New Jersey Tennis Camp developed to provide athletes an opportunity to become better tennis players in a fun, positive atmosphere. Our tennis campers learn from the best coaches in the sport, and leave tennis camp with confidence and a passion to enjoy the “sport of a lifetime.”

Join us this summer for better tennis, new friends, and the best week of your summer!

What Our Campers Learn

  • Serves  – How to serve with confidence
  • Grip – Proper technique to optimize your game
  • Court movements – Strategies and Practice
  • Swing mechanics – Hands-on instruction
  • Forehand and backhand – Hands-on instruction
  • Refereeing – Understanding the Rules