Find a tennis instructor in Dallas, TX

Find tennis instructors in Dallas, TX

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Top 10 tennis lessons in Dallas, TX

Students agree: these Dallas tennis instructors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
D`Stroke Tennis

D`Stroke Tennis

Top Pro
2 hires on Lessons
25+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Valerie T. says, "He had great communication skills and I will call for lessons if we return to dallas" Read more
The Ball I.Q.

The Ball I.Q.

Offers online services
6 hires on Lessons
5+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Chenette says, "He is very hands on and professional. He comes up with new routines to help tragedy what you need help on so no session is the same " Read more
Yana Erkeeva Stafford Tennis

Yana Erkeeva Stafford Tennis

14 hires on Lessons
12+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Rumee says, "Yana is a good instructor and has a lot of patience to teach for any level. I had no experience before she taught me. She can easily figure out what level you are playing and what problems you are having to play and start working on those areas and teach you how to improve your Shot. She is always on time and very flexible with schedule. She is really good at teaching different techniques." Read more
A&G Performance

A&G Performance

Top Pro
5 hires on Lessons
19+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Kylie R. says, "Greg is the best! " Read more
Undefeated Performance Training

Undefeated Performance Training

8 hires on Lessons
4+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Sandra D. says, "He seems very nice and looks like a amazing coach for son." Read more
Manik's Tennis Academy

Manik's Tennis Academy

4 hires on Lessons
13+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Tien T. says, "Manik is a great coach and a super nice guy. He is easy to work with, always willing to customize the lessons and drills to best suit his client's gameplay and preferences. After six months working with him, I've improved in every single aspect of my game. I can strongly recommend Manik to anyone who's looking to improve and become the best player they can be." Read more
SMU Tennis Coach  Retired

SMU Tennis Coach Retired

New on Lessons
30+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Coached College Tennis for 38 years Pro Tennis for 30 years Wimbledon 21 times US Open 20 times College Placement ( 1 student signed Nov 13) Programs for 5+ yo thru Adults Guarantee HS Team Acceptance

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 Dallas tennis lessons

Recent success stories from people in the Dallas area.
Nina D.
Darnell is an amazing instructor! He is so knowledgeable and patient. It has been a joy learning from him.
D`Stroke Tennis
Jaimie H.
The one on one training. And the push to do more than you thought possible.
The Ball I.Q.
Megan I.
Yana is awesome to train with. She is extremely patient and is very in-tune to personalizing the lesson to the individual’s playing level. She is very professional and I would recommend her to anyone of any level to learn from her!
Yana Erkeeva Stafford Tennis
Teddy Y.
I was worrying about finding a coach online but Gregory is a great coach. I’m working with him since a month now and he helps me a lot to understand the game. It makes a big difference to work with a well known pro tennis coach.
A&G performance
Nora B.
The experience superseded my expectations. The knowledge and results I’ve received is priceless!! Outstanding trainer!
Undefeated Performance Training
1) Manik is honest... no fluff! 2) He listens... to what you'd like to improve upon 3) Very good value - for the price, you are getting professinal-level training
Manik's Tennis Academy
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