I've been teaching tennis for the last 5 years. I played college tennis at a division I school, Seattle University. I'm great around kids of all ages and have a wealth of tennis knowledge accumulated over the last 15 years of playing. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Hi, my name is Glenn Delaney. I have been enjoying passing on my passion for this wonderful game of tennis for over 30 years. I have developed method of getting people who have never played up and playing sooner than ever before. I am a fully certified professional with both the USPTA and PTR at the highest, P1, level. I work at a 6:1 (student:teacher)ratio my group lessons. All my classes are indoors and I am never rained out. Although my specialty has been 12 & unders, I have also been working with adults of all skills and abilities to get them to the next level. I look forward to seeing you on the courts!
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We offer a complete pathway for junior recreational players and high performance juniors. We offer adult private lessons for all levels.
We look forward to helping you and your family take their tennis games to new levels and help develop the love of the sport that will last a lifetime.
Mill Creek Tennis Club has 3 Indoor & 3 Outdoor Tennis Courts + an Avanti Sports Tennis Shop in the Lobby. We have Locker & Shower Facilities. Non-Members can Take Tennis Lessons and Participate in our Tennis Programs.
I am so excited for this opportunity. I have taught tennis for about 25 years. I am USPTA certified and enjoy
teaching. I teach all levels and ages. I was ranked as a junior in the northwest. I love working,
helping people enjoy and compete in the wonderful game of tennis. My passion is to see a smile when
someone improves. I will work very hard to satisfy my student's needs.
I was a professional tennis player.
I had over 10 years experience of tennis player, and over 3 years of tennis coach in China.
I have taught so many different ages people, I learned a lot from them.
I won the Chinese tournament 2 times when I was 15 and 16
I was one of the Chinese tennis team number for 3 years.
I went to different countries to play tournaments such as ITF and WTA
I had ITF ranking in 200 when I was in Chinese tennis team.
After I return, I started to teach tennis in Guangzhou.
I like to teach everyone who loves tennis, and likes the sun
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Learn to be comfortable and aggressive within your tennis game. I teach you how to use your own perspective and hone the shots you already possess into weapons you will be able to use against opponents. Simple fun really one on one hitting lots of shots to create an overall stronger approach to tennis.
I have a deep understanding of how to make a truly efficient stroke from scratch, as well as the nuances of how footwork, body positioning, and using the natural flow of your momentum creates power and control. Less is more, an effortless basic stroke and efficient movement will elevate every dimension of your game. I teach my students how to see the court in 3D instead of just a baseline game. I stress the importance of a strong mental game, because no matter how pretty your technique is, that is the determining factor between winning and losing. Finally, I want to impart on my students the joy of competing, and the thrilling personal growth
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With its cool, wet winters and frequent rainfall at other times of the year, Seattle has a large number of indoor courts along with the outdoor facilities. The Parks and Recreation Department operates more than 50 tennis facilities, of which the central one is the Amy (Yee-Tennis/Center), named after the Seattle tennis star who for more than 50 years was an inspirational teacher to thousands of people in schools, parks and private clubs.
The center has 10 indoor courts and six outdoor courts, and offers classes for group of actors of all ages including junior and adult assembly lessons, tiny tot plan, junior and adult camps plus adult play. Many of Seattle’s public parks have important historic associations and along with the tennis facilities offer interest for the entire family.
Woodland Park, on Lake Washington, is a large tract of farmland most noted for its world-famous zoo, but which also has a large tennis facility with 10 courts, six of which are lighted.
Warren G Magnuson Park is also sited on the lakeside and is famous for its relics of Seattle’s military past. The park has six tennis courts. Solstice Park, named after its sundial marking the equinox and solstice, has six lighted outdoor courts, as does Meadowbrook Playfield.
One of the largest parks in the city, and dating back to the early 20th century, Jefferson Park has views of the Duwamish River and the Olympic Mountains. There are four courts here, two of which are lighted.
Volunteer Park is laid out on land purchased in 1876 by the city and includes notable features such as a 1906 water tower and the Volunteer Monument, erected to honor the volunteers of the Spanish-American War. There are four tennis courts here, two of which are lighted, and there is also a practice wall.
Tennis Center Sand Point is a new public tennis courts owned and operated by a private management group, and is regarded as Seattle’s leading indoor tennis facility. There are 10 championship courts laid with a medium-paced acrylic surface, and the center is heated to combat the cold winters. TCSP offers a wide array of instructional clinics and group lessons, along with private lessons for adults and juniors.
Central Park Tennis Club is a private club with 12 indoor and six outdoor courts and a complete tennis program including individual and group lessons from professionals, weekly tennis clinics, junior programs, and USTA league games.
Harbor Square Athletic Club is located at Edmonds, near Puget Sound,and has 10 tennis courts with indoor and outdoor facilities and with private lessons available from pro players seven days a week. Group lessons are also held.
The Seattle Tennis Club is one of the oldest tennis clubs in the United States, having been founded in 1890. Remodeling at the start of the new millennium revealed horseshoe nails holding the frame of the original clubhouse together. The club has more than 3000 members and features 19 tennis courts, including six indoor and three clay courts.