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Our Programs

~for you~

TennisAsia offers comprehensive and structured tennis, fitness and mental training programs that have been tried and tested over the past 35 years.

Programs for Members Only Clubs

If you're looking for programs at one of our members-only clubs:

If you’re looking for programs at one of our venues-for-all locations, please see Adult and Junior (JTP) programs below, for a variety of options.

ADULT TENNIS

Designed for adults who are looking to fine-tune their fundamentals, develop key skills and improve their games. BOOK PRIVATE LESSON HERE

Designed for adults looking to elevate their fitness levels or become mental toughness warriors.

BOOK A FITNESS/MENTAL TRAINING SESSION

Designed for adults looking to improve their games in a group-setting (4-6 pax) with friends of similar levels.

Designed specifically for league-team players looking to elevate their training sessions and reach their team goals.

JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAM (JTP)

Designed for kids of all ages and levels where coaches will work on fine-tuning fundamentals, developing key technical/tactical skills and improving their games.

BOOK PRIVATE LESSON HERE

Designed for kids looking to improve specific areas of their fitness or become mental toughness beasts. BOOK A FITNESS/MENTAL TRAINING SESSION

Junior groups with a clear syllabus and structure in place to help players reach their potential.

 

Keystone Character Strengths:
Our unique TennisAsia syllabus.


Player Development Pathway:
An overview of our progressional Development Pathway.

An overview of our daily, weekly and monthly JTP classes on offer. Use the calendar to plan your season and add programs directly into you own calendar.

TENNISASIA Keystone character Strengths

TennisAsia’s unique character development journey is what drives the tennis syllabus.

Complete with PDF report cards for each character strength, parents as well as the student will get a sense of fulfillment and a clear way to follow and improve performance. 

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TENNISASIA Player development Pathway

TennisAsia has created a Player Development Pathway that works in all of our venues to maintain consistency of programs whilst at the same time encouraging and motivating individuals to see the opportunities available for them, regardless of their unique tennis journey and goals.

  • The first of The 5 Rs - ‘Ready’.
  • Discipline, simply defined as self-regulating,is our first keystone character strength.
  • It is very important to create a series of rules and expected behaviours for juniors to follow during sessions.
  • We are looking to set players up with positive habits that will not only improve their performance on court, but will have a ripple effect into their off-court lives.
  • We believe once these rules and habits have been introduced to the juniors, they will be better prepared for more demanding sessions in the future and more likely to reach their potential.
  • The second of The 5 Rs - ‘Read’.
  • Focus, simply defined as eliminating distractions, forms our second keystone character strength.
  • Your children have been introduced to some very useful habits in their Discipline block. We are now shifting our attention to their ability to execute drills and exercises in the most efficient ways possible.
  • We often tell juniors to focus, but we spend very little time actually teaching them how to focus - how to read the ball, the environment, their opponents and the situations they encounter.
  • Throughout the 8 weeks of a Focus block, juniors will be taught how to direct their attention in all 4 of these key areas: Narrow; Broad; Internal; External.

The 3 ingredients to better focus:

  • Relax - breathe
  • Simplify - create clear targets
  • Unitask - eye on the ball

We believe as juniors begin to learn how to focus better, they will start to execute with better intention and this will build confidence and have a ripple effect into their lives off-court as well.

  • The third of The 5 Rs: ‘React’.
  • Hardworking, simply defined as paying the price with effort, forms our next keystone character strength.
  • Juniors have now been introduced to some healthy habits in their Discipline block. They have been taught how to direct their attention to more useful cues in their Focus block and now they are ready to work harder.
  • This is all about movement and effort.

We want to challenge the juniors to:

  • Make one more ball in the court.
  • Push themselves for one more round of drills/exercises.
  • Leave the court feeling proud of the effort they have put into their session.
  • We believe all juniors like to be challenged and will grow in confidence during this hardworking block, because they will know they have pushed themselves to their limit, and in most cases even a little beyond what they thought they were capable of.
  • This is a challenging but very rewarding block for the juniors and we are sure the exercises will have a ripple effect into their off-court lives.
  • The fourth of The 5 Rs - ‘Respond’.
  • Competitiveness, simply defined as striving to be your best, forms our fourth keystone character strength.
  • The juniors have formed great habits in their Discipline block. They have learnt how to be more focussed on court in their Focus block. They have learnt the value of effort over talent in their Hardworking block and now they are ready for probably the most exciting and fun block in the year.
  • We are really encouraging juniors to become more independent on court now.

We want them to:

  • Learn to enjoy competing.
  • Accept challenges (opponents) as opportunities to grow, rather than see them as threats.
  • Become more process-oriented rather than just driven by results.
  • Play more points/matches where they are forced to solve problems rather than dwell on them.

This really is a fun block for the juniors and we have seen how developing their competitive spirit on court can lead to increased motivation and drive off-court as well.

  • One very important note for all parents, players and coaches, is to remember to try and maintain a healthy 3:1 win:loss ratio when competing.
  • The last of The 5 Rs - ‘Recover’.
  • Resilience, simply defined as bouncing back from setbacks, forms our final keystone character strength.
  • We believe this may be one of the most important character strengths to work on throughout the year. It is of course important in tennis, but even more importantly, resilience is a crucial character strength that will help them navigate through their off-court lives.
  • Setbacks come in various shapes and forms, and it is essential for juniors to have the opportunity to test their ability to meet these setbacks head on and find ways to reset and continue on their journey.
  • The scoring system in tennis does a great job of allowing this process to take place. Whether you win or lose a game, the next game starts again from 0-0 and this really allows us to hit that reset button and start again.
  • An interesting fact in tennis: to be number 1 in the world, all you have to do is win 55% of all the points you play.

We want children to be challenged to:

  • Accept they may lose 45% of all the points they play, but still win.
  • Hit the reset button when things do not go their way.
  • Fight for every ball, every point, every match, regardless of the score.
  • Continue to believe in themselves, even if at first they cannot complete a challenging drill/exercise.

  • The first of The 5 Rs - ‘Ready’.
  • Discipline, simply defined as self-regulating,is our first keystone character strength.
  • It is very important to create a series of rules and expected behaviours for juniors to follow during sessions.
  • We are looking to set players up with positive habits that will not only improve their performance on court, but will have a ripple effect into their off-court lives.
  • We believe once these rules and habits have been introduced to the juniors, they will be better prepared for more demanding sessions in the future and more likely to reach their potential.

  • The second of The 5 Rs - ‘Read’.
  • Focus, simply defined as eliminating distractions, forms our second keystone character strength.
  • Your children have been introduced to some very useful habits in their Discipline block. We are now shifting our attention to their ability to execute drills and exercises in the most efficient ways possible.
  • We often tell juniors to focus, but we spend very little time actually teaching them how to focus - how to read the ball, the environment, their opponents and the situations they encounter.
  • Throughout the 8 weeks of a Focus block, juniors will be taught how to direct their attention in all 4 of these key areas: Narrow; Broad; Internal; External.

The 3 ingredients to better focus:

  • Relax - breathe
  • Simplify - create clear targets
  • Unitask - eye on the ball

We believe as juniors begin to learn how to focus better, they will start to execute with better intention and this will build confidence and have a ripple effect into their lives off-court as well.

  • The third of The 5 Rs: ‘React’.
  • Hardworking, simply defined as paying the price with effort, forms our next keystone character strength.
  • Juniors have now been introduced to some healthy habits in their Discipline block. They have been taught how to direct their attention to more useful cues in their Focus block and now they are ready to work harder.
  • This is all about movement and effort.

We want to challenge the juniors to:

  • Make one more ball in the court.
  • Push themselves for one more round of drills/exercises.
  • Leave the court feeling proud of the effort they have put into their session.
  • We believe all juniors like to be challenged and will grow in confidence during this hardworking block, because they will know they have pushed themselves to their limit, and in most cases even a little beyond what they thought they were capable of.
  • This is a challenging but very rewarding block for the juniors and we are sure the exercises will have a ripple effect into their off-court lives.

  • The fourth of The 5 Rs - ‘Respond’.
  • Competitiveness, simply defined as striving to be your best, forms our fourth keystone character strength.
  • The juniors have formed great habits in their Discipline block. They have learnt how to be more focussed on court in their Focus block. They have learnt the value of effort over talent in their Hardworking block and now they are ready for probably the most exciting and fun block in the year.
  • We are really encouraging juniors to become more independent on court now.

We want them to:

  • Learn to enjoy competing.
  • Accept challenges (opponents) as opportunities to grow, rather than see them as threats.
  • Become more process-oriented rather than just driven by results.
  • Play more points/matches where they are forced to solve problems rather than dwell on them.

This really is a fun block for the juniors and we have seen how developing their competitive spirit on court can lead to increased motivation and drive off-court as well.

  • One very important note for all parents, players and coaches, is to remember to try and maintain a healthy 3:1 win:loss ratio when competing.

    • The last of The 5 Rs - ‘Recover’.
    • Resilience, simply defined as bouncing back from setbacks, forms our final keystone character strength.
    • We believe this may be one of the most important character strengths to work on throughout the year. It is of course important in tennis, but even more importantly, resilience is a crucial character strength that will help them navigate through their off-court lives.
    • Setbacks come in various shapes and forms, and it is essential for juniors to have the opportunity to test their ability to meet these setbacks head on and find ways to reset and continue on their journey.
    • The scoring system in tennis does a great job of allowing this process to take place. Whether you win or lose a game, the next game starts again from 0-0 and this really allows us to hit that reset button and start again.
    • An interesting fact in tennis: to be number 1 in the world, all you have to do is win 55% of all the points you play.

    We want children to be challenged to:

    • Accept they may lose 45% of all the points they play, but still win.
    • Hit the reset button when things do not go their way.
    • Fight for every ball, every point, every match, regardless of the score.
    • Continue to believe in themselves, even if at first they cannot complete a challenging drill/exercise.

Click on a pathway below to learn more:

  • Tennis is generally a once-a-week sport for Club Path juniors.
  • They will be introduced to key fundamentals of the game in a fun social way, whilst being encouraged to participate in other sports.
  • Club Path juniors would generally be in the first phase of their respective ball color and lessons would run for 1 hour.
  • Juniors in the Development Path have shown a keen interest in tennis as a sport of choice.
  • They will generally try to participate twice a week in training sessions, and compete in local junior tournaments, UTR Events and Junior League teams.
  • Sessions will typically run from 1.5- 2 hours depending on the location.
  • Development Path juniors will have generally spent at least 12 months in their respective ball color.
  • Pro Path juniors are those juniors who are more dedicated to competitive tennis.
  • They have chosen tennis as their sport of focus.
  • Pro Path juniors are very advanced juniors within their respective ball color.
  • They will be invited by coaches on various prerequisites such as commitment, athleticism, attitude, competitiveness, work ethic and desire to learn and improve.
  • Pro Path groups generally run for 2+ hours.
  • Juniors are expected to attend sessions twice a week minimum, and take part in UTR Events, local as well as international junior tournaments.
  • Elite Path juniors are playing full-time and looking to play college tennis.
  • They will have customized programs designed specifically towards their goals.
CLICK HERE if you are serious about becoming an Elite-level junior.

For the past 15 years, TennisAsia has had a strong partnership with Benny Lin – Founder of HKITA (Hong Kong International Tennis Academy). Benny is now based in Los Angeles and works with TennisAsia on assisting players interested in using their tennis to secure US college acceptance.

UTR Ratings Required for College Acceptance

TOP 10 D1 SCHOOLS TOP 50 D1 SCHOOLS
(INCLUDING IVY LEAGUE)
TOP 100 D1 SCHOOLS
Men UTR 13 or higher Women UTR 11 or higher
Men UTR 12.5 or higher Women 10.5 or higher
Men UTR 12 or higher Women UTR 10 or higher
TOP D3 SCHOOLS
(AMHERST, CHICAGO, JOHN HOPKINS)
TOP 50 D3 SCHOOLS
Men 11 UTR or higher Women UTR 9 or higher
Men UTR 10 or higher Women UTR 7 or higher

TennisAsia’s club programs and coaches have nurtured numerous homegrown junior talents that have gone on to play college tennis and even represent HK at Davis Cup level. We place a strong emphasis on the long term journey, because we truly believe tennis is more than a game.

  • Colombia University/HK Davis Cup
  • University of Virginia – Top 90 ITF Junior
  • University of Louisville – D1
  • Vassar College D3
  • Haverford College D3
  • Quinnipiac University Div 1 Scholarship
  • Clairemont McKenna College D3 (4 x All American | HK Davis Cup)
  • Pamona College
  • Skidmore College D3
  • Claremont College All American
  • University of Michigan
  • All American and Team Captain
  • Cornell University
  • Columbia University
  • Amherst Georgetown University
  • Arizona State University
  • Vanderbilt University

TennisAsia’s club based programs and coaches have also helped many juniors enter into international boarding schools through tennis:

  • Philips Academy Andover (PA)
  • Eton College (UK)
  • St Paul’s School
  • The Taft School
  • The Lawrenceville School
  • The Cate School

  • Tennis is generally a once-a-week sport for Club Path juniors.
  • They will be introduced to key fundamentals of the game in a fun social way, whilst being encouraged to participate in other sports.
  • Club Path juniors would generally be in the first phase of their respective ball color and lessons would run for 1 hour.
  •  

  • Juniors in the Development Path have shown a keen interest in tennis as a sport of choice.
  • They will generally try to participate twice a week in training sessions, and compete in local junior tournaments, UTR Events and Junior League teams.
  • Sessions will typically run from 1.5- 2 hours depending on the location.
  • Development Path juniors will have generally spent at least 12 months in their respective ball color.

  • Pro Path juniors are those juniors who are more dedicated to competitive tennis.
  • They have chosen tennis as their sport of focus.
  • Pro Path juniors are very advanced juniors within their respective ball color.
  • They will be invited by coaches on various prerequisites such as commitment, athleticism, attitude, competitiveness, work ethic and desire to learn and improve.
  • Pro Path groups generally run for 2+ hours.
  • Juniors are expected to attend sessions twice a week minimum, and take part in UTR Events, local as well as international junior tournaments.
  •  

  • Elite Path juniors are playing full-time and looking to play college tennis.
  • They will have customized programs designed specifically towards their goals.
CLICK HERE if you are serious about becoming an Elite-level junior.

For the past 15 years, TennisAsia has had a strong partnership with Benny Lin – Founder of HKITA (Hong Kong International Tennis Academy). Benny is now based in Los Angeles and works with TennisAsia on assisting players interested in using their tennis to secure US college acceptance.

UTR Ratings Required for College Acceptance

TOP 10 D1 SCHOOLS TOP 50 D1 SCHOOLS
(INCLUDING IVY LEAGUE)
TOP 100 D1 SCHOOLS
Men UTR 13 or higher Women UTR 11 or higher
Men UTR 12.5 or higher Women 10.5 or higher
Men UTR 12 or higher Women UTR 10 or higher
TOP D3 SCHOOLS
(AMHERST, CHICAGO, JOHN HOPKINS)
TOP 50 D3 SCHOOLS
Men 11 UTR or higher Women UTR 9 or higher
Men UTR 10 or higher Women UTR 7 or higher

TennisAsia’s club programs and coaches have nurtured numerous homegrown junior talents that have gone on to play college tennis and even represent HK at Davis Cup level. We place a strong emphasis on the long term journey, because we truly believe tennis is more than a game.

  • Colombia University/HK Davis Cup
  • University of Virginia – Top 90 ITF Junior
  • University of Louisville – D1
  • Vassar College D3
  • Haverford College D3
  • Quinnipiac University Div 1 Scholarship
  • Clairemont McKenna College D3 (4 x All American | HK Davis Cup)
  • Pamona College
  • Skidmore College D3
  • Claremont College All American
  • University of Michigan
  • All American and Team Captain
  • Cornell University
  • Columbia University
  • Amherst Georgetown University
  • Arizona State University
  • Vanderbilt University

TennisAsia’s club based programs and coaches have also helped many juniors enter into international boarding schools through tennis:

  • Philips Academy Andover (PA)
  • Eton College (UK)
  • St Paul’s School
  • The Taft School
  • The Lawrenceville School
  • The Cate School

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