Mini-tennis is a perfect way for younger children to develop gross motor skills and athleticism through the sport of tennis in a fun, yet structured environment. Your child will learn teamwork and how to cooperate and succeed in a small group dynamic. Read more...
The Beginner level furthers the core attributes taught in mini-tennis, with a focus on the game of tennis specifically. Beginner level students will receive an introduction to basic tennis principles and start refining all of the basic shots (forehand, backhand, serve, and volley). Read more...
The Intermediate 1 level is based upon skill rather than age. Students at this level will begin training in the technical aspects of tennis, such as pre-shot approach and shot placement. Match-play fundamentals are added to the previous curriculum at this level. Read more...
At this level, players begin to cement their identity as a tennis player. Students will learn how to play to their strengths by moving their opponent around the court and setting up an ideal shot. Intermediate II is an ideal level for students to prepare for competitive team play at the Junior High School levels. Read more...
At KGTA we understand that not everyone is exposed to the wonderful game of tennis at an early age. The Teen Beginner level is a perfect way for older children to be introduced to the sport, and is structured for them to succeed quickly at the basics of the game. Read more...
The Advanced level features customized instruction to fine-tune skills and make each person a more complete player. We build on the skill set that is cemented in the previous levels and expand the player’s repertoire. Read more...
Special Needs Program
Kim Grant Tennis Academy believes in the power of physical exercise, specifically tennis, to aid in therapy and recovery for a myriad of ailments, diseases, and physical limitations. KGTA’s program for autistic students, developed with the help and input of numerous industry experts, is a prime example of this belief.
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Students in these levels are trained to coach themselves, from defining and achieving their own goals, to learning how to self-correct during a competitive match if needed.
These students are candidates for a college tennis scholarship and/or to join a competitive regional team. Earning a scholarship or a spot on a competitive team is difficult, however, KGTA offers comprehensive assistance in this process – from the application process to interview training, to producing videos promoting the player’s abilities, we give our players the greatest chance for success as they aim to take their tennis game to the next level.
Most of our players have a national ranking from the United States Tennis Association, and will continue to be mentored by their KGTA coaches as they compete in Open or Professional USTA tournaments.
•National tournament experience
To be a part of the KGTA invitational program, players must have more than simply talent. Invitational players must also display a commitment to tennis whether their goals are success in school sports or playing at the professional level.
These are invite-only clinics where the players are hand-selected by Kim to play at a higher level. To be able to play at Invitational Clinics, players must audition and display the following attributes:
Gold / Platinum
Saturdays 12 PM to 3 PM
Open/National Level Tournament Players
Bronze / Silver
Saturdays 12 PM to 3 PM
Open/Challenger Level Tournament Players
Sunday 2 PM to 5 PM
Novice/Challenger Level Tournament Players