Easy Tennis With Kevin

Easy Tennis With Kevin

5.0 (2)
1 hire on Lessons.com

About this pro

Great with beginners and anyone looking for an advanced rally. So there is always a chance you can get a great time in.  My serve is pretty up there, and I am a lefty too so, pretty interesting. 

It's something special to see someone actually enjoy tennis. This game of 'cat and mouse' becomes a lifestyle once certain obstacles are overcome. 

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Atlanta, GA 30313
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Raghav Srinath

    Kevin does a great job breaking down the fundamentals to be successful. He was able to quickly assess where I stood as far as my skillset goes and tailors each lesson so that I am able to get better. I hope to have many more lessons with him!

  • Bola Leye

    He made my child felt so very very comfortable,even though it's her first time and he was very patient. I like the fact he was friendly,stern and also teaching her,I would definetely recommend him over and over again



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I start with a warm- up and drills for the first couple sessions and focus on getting comfortable as well as working on problem areas whether it be the serve, volleying, or baseline. 

Then once the student can comfortably rally a point, we move on to constructing a game plan and learning how a set is played. 


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

I have been a coach to high school kids and to individually who just wanted to learn for fun. 

I have played competitively and have especially taught students how to serve properly so that it becomes more of an asset than a challenge. 

Whether you are looking at competitive play or just for recreation, it is important to master the basics. 


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

I do not have a standard, but $20 bucks seems suitable for 1 class and depending on use of equipment that might change, but not anytime soon. 


How did you get started teaching?

I just loved the game. To others it may be boring, but style of tennis I learnt is more on memory and placement of shots rather than consistent power and force. The difference is that you then to understand mor of what's happening and so u can learn how to improve, as well as, it become more active and less boring. 

I got started because our high school coach quit and we were left without a coach. Since I graduated that year, I requested to take over the high school tennis program until such time. Thus, I started coaching and have always enjoyed teaching students what I've learnt along the way


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