Find a tennis instructor in Chino, CA

Find tennis instructors in Chino, CA

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Top 10 tennis lessons in Chino, CA

Students agree: these Chino tennis instructors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Life Performance Enhancement

Life Performance Enhancement

Offers online services
23 hires on Lessons
16+ years in business
Serves Chino, CA
Kenny K. says, "Coach Derek has been a great Coach for my son. My son responds well to Coach and loves working with him. My son has become stronger all around and gets complimented on the mound for his improved mechanics. Derek has definitely shown my son how hard work pays off. Highly recommended if you are looking for an all around physical and mental Coach with great knowledge of the body and the game. " Read more
Michael M, Tennis-Pickleball Coach / Sports Psychologist

Michael M, Tennis-Pickleball Coach / Sports Psychologist

35+ years in business
Serves Chino, CA
Helen D. says, "Coach Michael is a wonderful tennis coach. I’m a beginner and have been taking lessons with him for more than three months (2 times per week). He’s taught me a lot over a relatively short period of time and my strokes have really improved under his tutelage. I love that he explains the reasoning behind each action in the stroke and doesn’t just tell you to do it. He’s very thorough in his explanations and he even uses videos to analyze your technique, which allows for him to correct mistakes. In short, he’s very knowledgeable about tennis and I would definitely recommend him as a coach for anyone who wants to learn tennis/step up their game!" Read more
Manhal Kubba

Manhal Kubba

2 hires on Lessons
24+ years in business
Serves Chino, CA
Christine P. says, "Coach Kubba, Knows how to assess your tennis skills and build them up quickly. He is passionate about tennis and making sure his students use correct form. I highly recommend him for a tennis coach. Escape the stay at home mentality and get out to play." Read more
Sanford Tennis And Pickleball

Sanford Tennis And Pickleball

New on Lessons
2 hires on Lessons
26+ years in business
Serves Chino, CA
With more than 25 years experience, I have coached national level players and beginners. I have a passion for tennis and love the results my students attain. Tennis is about having fun and learning a game you can play for life. Pickleball is the fastest growing company in the country. I have also been teaching pickleball for quite some time. With the right coaching, you could get the hang of the game quickly! I'm located at South Hills Country Club in West Covina.

Your Tennis Lessons questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do tennis lessons cost?

On average, tennis lessons cost $60 to $150 per hour or $200 to $500 for five 1-hour lessons. The cost to hire a tennis instructor depends on their experience level and the session length. Casual or beginner students may not need an instructor with a lot of experience, while students who want to play at a professional level will have to pay more for an experienced teacher. Most tennis lessons are 30 to 60 minutes long.

How many tennis lessons do I need?

How many tennis lessons you need depends on your experience level and why you're taking lessons. Casual players may only need 5 to 10 lessons total. Competitive players may need 50 to 100 lessons over the course of a year, or about 1 to 2 lessons per week.

Are tennis lessons worth it?

Tennis lessons are worth it whether you're a beginner or a professional for the following reasons:

  • They're fun and educational.
  • Almost anyone can improve their game by taking them.
  • They provide heart-healthy exercise.
  • They improve hand-eye coordination.
  • They help you master a skill that you will continue to enjoy for the rest of your life.

In order for beginners to enjoy tennis and feel proficient, they first have to master the basic techniques like serving and backhand strokes. More experienced players may benefit from learning advanced techniques and improve their enjoyment of the game. One-on-one instruction allows players to concentrate on their unique strengths and weaknesses and improve their skills.

What age do you start tennis lessons?

The best age to start tennis lessons for kids is between 5 to 10 years old, or when they are able to pay attention and follow instructions for 30 minutes or more. Kids who have been in other sports before typically do well, even at a young age. Adults can start tennis lessons at any age.

What do I wear to a tennis lesson?

Since you will be moving your arms and running during a tennis lesson, wear comfortable clothing or active wear. Public courts and parks do not require a dress code, but tennis clubs and country clubs typically require the following attire:

  • Tennis shoes or sneakers with non-marking soles
  • Polo shirts or tank top
  • Shorts or a skirt
  • A hat or visor

What are the different types of tennis lessons?

There are three different types of tennis lessons, each with different advantages:

  • Group lessons are best for beginners. Learning in a group also helps students learn from each other and become familiar with game play, rules, and techniques.
  • One-on-one lessons are helpful for more advanced students. Once students master the basics, they may want to take private lessons, which are the best way to strengthen skills and set personal goals.
  • Specialized lessons are great for people with special needs. These classes adapt lessons appropriately for groups or individuals with special needs.

How do I choose a tennis instructor?

Start by searching our list of tennis instructors, then:

  • Get at least three free estimates from tennis instructors to compare.
  • Examine reviews from previous or current students on Lessons and Google.
  • Choose an experienced, friendly instructor.
  • Follow a payment schedule instead of making large cash payments up front.

What questions should I ask tennis instructors?

To find the best tennis instructor near you, ask the following questions:

  • How long have you been playing tennis? Have you played professionally?
  • Do you have any openings? If not, how far in advance are you booked?
  • Would you recommend group or private lessons for me?
  • Do you offer discounts for referrals or couples?
  • Will you give me an estimate for lessons in writing?

Reviews for Chino tennis lessons

Recent success stories from people in the Chino area.
Melissa A.
Derek has been working with our son for several weeks now. He has worked with his natural skill set making the necessary changes to refine and improve his pitching and hitting. He is patient, methodical and really knows baseball.
Life Performance Enhancement
Andrew W.
Michael has a mastery of both the physical and mental aspects of the sport, and offered a great mix of constructive criticism and encouragement to both effectively get the teaching points across and keep me motivated. After taking the time to understand my specific goals, he worked with me to develop personalized instructions that were tremendously helpful. He offered practical advice on how I could improve each specific shot – the serve, the groundstrokes, the volley, etc. and gave me clear directions on how I can practice on my own time beyond the lessons to incorporate those improvements. Michael’s technical skills and work ethic make him a great tennis instructor, and his ability to inspire the same passion he has for tennis in others makes him a great ambassador for the sport.
Michael M, Tennis-Pickleball Coach / Sports Psychologist
Christine P.
He is extremely knowledgeable about tennis. Good personality too.
Manhal kubba
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