CC Tennis is more than a lesson or clinic or source of sports knowledge. We aim to provide instruction and guidance in all areas of tennis, physical and mental. We encourage beginners to adopt a new sport that will last them a lifetime. Most importantly, CC Tennis provides positive encouragement and structure for kids and aims to solidify the community through social tennis.
Creighton Blanchard has been the Director of Tennis at Club Continental since February of 2013. He is USPTA certified teaching professional and has been coaching for over 9 years and playing the sport for 16 years. He played junior tennis at the state and national l
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Tennis for all ages and abilities at beautiful private tennis court in St. John's Florida. With over 20 years of playing and coaching experience across the USA guaranteed fun and take your 🎾 game to the next level. Minnesota state high school singles champion 2002,university of Minnesota D1 men's tennis 2004-2007, money tournament and minor pro tennis experience. Full time tennis pro since 2007, USPTA CERTIFIED, D3 head men's and women's tennis coach at Salve Regina University 2016-2019. Please message, call or email to set up day and time that works for you!
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Professional tennis instruction with passion for making learning accessible and fun. Our unique approach to instruction focuses on incorporating student's previous experiences and translating into tennis improvement. Our instruction is process focused, and individually customized to each student.
Active coach and USTA member who enjoys helping others grow in the sport. I think any sport should be fun and a way to challenge yourself at any level. Whether you're looking to compete or or to stay healthy and play in a social setting, I can mold the lessons specific to you and your needs. I played Tennis through high school and in college at FSU-still competing in at a high level and love what I do everyday.
Traveling soccer and tennis trainer in the Jacksonville/Ponte Vedra area. I have been coaching competitive soccer for the last 14 years for different clubs and schools in this area. I would love to help your child reach their goals whether it's making their top team at their club, making the ODP team or playing in college. My German teaching/curriculum will get them there.
I played professional soccer in Germany and have my USSF National D lincese and NSCAA Advance National Diploma.
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I know what I am talking about because I have likely had to overcome the problems that my students have. There are simply fundamental mechanical movements that have to be performed to become competant in either gold or tennis. Make sure the basic are correct then get into the finer points.
My name is Arianna. I played tennis and soccer in college. I love to teach others what has been taught to me. I bring a positive attitude and patience to my students. I'm looking to give my students a pleasant time playing the sport that they love while teaching them how to improve their skills.
I have never met a person that I could not teach how to play tennis well if they did what I asked them to do in a short period of time. I can teach children as young as 5 yrs. old and physically disabled Adults.
I can also Coach Tournament players on how to improve their ranking. I have run country clubs, indoor clubs and tennis camps all over America. If you want to play like you have been play all of your life in a reasonable period of time, let me perform my tennis magic on you;). I am a USPTR Certified Tennis Coach with 46 years of Experience!
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I have been playing sports from the time I could walk. Shooting the basketball until 10pm and my dad yelling stop shooting and me saying just one more shot. I have the God given ability to teach others and even myself in any sport, of course I have my favorites. Never made it to any professional NBA or Olympics but certainly had the ability to do so, life's journey didn't take me in that direction.
I ran track in elementary played volleyball and tennis in junior high. In high school I played a little of every sport I could squeeze in, I would play in between classes after school and even at lunch but that is another story. I decid
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Since I was a kid I had a great passion for sports. I played baseball in Dominican Republic with many active MLB players. Later I performed as a Power Forward for the Basketball team selection of my College. Lastly, I joined USTA in FL and have had a long career in Tennis playing and coaching.
All this learning now is turned to you in a comprehensive training plan, designed to help you improve your favorite's sport skills while we prepare you physically and mentally to achieve your goals
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My passions are people and tennis, and I aim to provide the most value possible.
I am happy to play with locals and visitors who are interested in a high-quality tennis lesson or hitting session with an experienced USPTA certified partner.
Connect with me on Instagram @ https://www.instagram.com/naturalgutstennis/
The First Coast Tennis Foundation, FCTF, is a not-for-profit organization in Jacksonville founded in 1995 to make available to everyone in the First Coast area opportunities to learn and play tennis. The FCTF works in cooperation with the USPTA, the USTA, the Northwest Florida Professional Tennis Association, and the parks and community departments throughout the region.
The City of Jacksonville has three JaxParks employees’ tennis complexes that offer play at numerous lighted clay and hard courts, and provide on-site teaching professionals, clubhouses, league play, junior summer camps and recreational tournaments. The three JaxParks complexes are Boone Park, which has two lighted asphalt courts and 14 lighted clay courts; Clanzel T Brown, with eight lighted asphalt courts, a practice wall and a clubhouse; and Southside, with six lighted asphalt courts and six lighted clay courts.
Another one hundred and fifty city-owned public judges are available throughout Jacksonville for residents to get pleasure from. Most of these offer a small number of courts. For example, Panama Park is a public facility that has two unlighted courts, as does Marion Park, Ray Greene Park, and J Gardner Nip Sams Memorial Park.
Huguenot Park is one of the city’s main public parks, set on the beach and along with sports activities offering nature trails. The park is home to the Jacksonville Beach Tennis Center, and has seven lighted courts with a hitting wall and a pro shop. Lessons are available here for juniors, beginners, intermediate and advanced players, and also offered are clinics for various levels.
Huffman Boulevard Park is a new city development located on 15 acres north of Beach Boulevard, in the Arlington area. There are two lighted hard courts in the park.
The University of North Florida has 17 private hard courts, all lighted, while Florida State College has 13 lighted courts and Jacksonville University has 12 unlighted hard courts.
Amongst the private clubs Jacksonville Golf & Country Club has one of the largest tennis facilities with 10 lighted clay courts and two stadium viewing areas. The club has a team of USPTA instructors who provide lessons for all levels, and league games are organized.
Another of the large private clubs is Las Palmas Racquet Club, a long established venue with eight clay courts, all of them lighted. Lessons are provided here from USPTA instructors.
At Glen Kernan Golf & Country Club there are eight clay courts, all of them lighted. Lessons, clinics and drills are all available from professionals. Hidden Hills Country Club has eight lighted Rubico clay courts, with private and group lessons for all ages and levels, and a particularly active program for the juniors.
Deerwood Country Club has 12 Har-Tru courts, with eight of them equipped for night play, along with private lessons, group lessons, camps, and leagues for men, women and juniors.
One of the oldest country clubs in Jacksonville is the Timuquana Country Club, founded in 1923 and with eight Har-Tru clay courts and a full program of tuition, clinics and league games.
Many of the residential developments in Jacksonville have a small number of courts, usually two or three, such as Casa Bella Condominiums, Island Pointe Apartments, and The Plaza Apartments.