Susan Lyons Tennis Instruction - Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) Certified

Susan Lyons Tennis Instruction - Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) Certified

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About this pro

Practice makes Perfect, especially with a certified tennis professional like me to help you play consistently along the way . I teach accurate and smart tennis. I make it fun, I make you hit the ball too.

I teach Children, Teens, and Adults and Seniors Lessons. I am experienced teaching Live ball training and technique and drills, including Match Play and Strategic skills and techniques. I thrive on consistency and placement. I make you work on spin, control and power as well. I have worked for Youth League Tennis, Santa Clara Lifetime Tennis and for the girls tennis team at Aragon High School.  I also taught  a college teen clinic when I played for Glendale College, Divion 1 Intercollegiate Tennis.. I teach private lessons, semi- privates too for children teenagers and adults. I also teach private lessons, semi-privates & group lessons for adults as well also for children and teenagers. I have played on a college team. I am currently rated USTA 5.0, which is a high-level ranking player. I am professional tennis registry certified. I love to play tennis myself and I am an excellent tennis player myself as well. I can teach you this. I personally play smart tennis so therefore I teach smart tennis. I have over 16 years of solid teaching tennis and I have 25 years of competitively playing tennis.

Passionate about Tennis entirely.... and working with the students who love tennis  and or who want to learn about the enjoyment of tennis and also the skillful tennis  aspects as well. I  love to teach smart tennis and match play. And I also enjoy when I see my clients improve.

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San Jose, CA 95129
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

 Good Technique, Live Ball Drills, Drills on Tennis Strokes, Match-Play, Hitting  Stroking the Ball. Good instruction. Focusing on spin, power, consistency power control Power placement, and direction. Working on All Tennis Strokes including groundstrokes, volleys, slices, lobs, overheads, serves, and drop shots and court coverage and footwork and of course Fitness.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

PTR Certified...PTR means  professional tennis registry certified in teaching tennis skillfully.

I am a current USTA 5.0 tennis rated player which is a high-level advanced level player. I teach at Youth League Tennis  and I also teach private lessons for adults, children and teenagers I used to teach at Lifetime Tennis  teaching adults and children and teenagers private lessons and group lessons.

I also taught for high school teams and junior high schools teams , including private schools. I also taught at a tennis academy.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Good Package deals after first full priced lesson

5$ Gas  fee might be added if not teaching at my  designated courts...


How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching  when I started playing for the college team. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Children, teens, adults, and Senior adults.

High School teams and students.

Privates and semi-private lessons for all ages


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

My tennis students improving


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure the instructor has played tennis before competitively and check to see how good they really are. You can look through USTA NorCal and see their rating and whether they've played tennis before.

Just ask them what their USTA rating was if they don't know what it is then maybe they never played competitively. Personally I am a 5.0 USTA rating which is advanced level


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Every student has different questions. But practicing is part of getting better and lessons is part of getting better as well.


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