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 and High School levels.
Intermediate 2 Highlights
Identifying and perfecting each player’s strengths
Focus on shot variety and mental toughness
Preparation and strategy for tournament play
Intermediate 2 Explained
Intermediate II is focuses on two main areas – perfecting the shots and techniques that a player has shown aptitude for in previous levels, and challenging each player to improve on shots and techniques that do not come as easily. The end result is a player who understands how to set up a point to increase his or her chances of success, and has many options available to him or her to swing the point back in their favor.
Lessons at this level are all geared to improve our players’ chances of winning a point, a match, and a tournament. Understanding your strengths and honing them to be 100% consistent are paramount at this level. Students also taught how to strategize and prepare for competitive play, and how to remain mentally strong while competing.