Tennis Lessons For Kids in Singapore

By: Danielle Lim


1. In schools

Some primary schools have tennis as a CCA. Most primary schools allow kids in primary 1 to start learning tennis as a CCA. In most instances, such group lessons for kids may not be sufficient if your kid wishes to take up tennis seriously or competitively. A typical group lesson for tennis CCA would have at least 8 kids in a class. Given the large number of kids to a tennis coach, it is not possible for your kids to learn much tennis this way. Nevertheless, it would be a good form of exercise and bonding for the kids.

2. Kids' group tennis lessons (Spex programme)

In Singapore, tennis coaching at the national level is conducted by the Singapore Tennis Association (STA). They have a very comprehensive tennis coaching programme for all levels of players, from beginners to advanced players. For kids, there is the SPEX programme. This is conducted islandwide at most of the public tennis courts, namely at Kallang, Yio Chu Kang, Farrer Park and NIE campus. Again, these are group tennis lessons for kids. Each group would usually have 8 players. The tennis coaches are all qualified and screened by the STA. Therefore, you will have a sense of comfort with regards to the quality of the coaches concerned.

3. Private Individual tennis lesson

If you have the budget and is keen to see your kid improve faster, there is always the option of hiring a tennis coach in Singapore. These are individuals who can visit your condominium tennis courts and train your child in tennis. These are usually 1 hour lessons. You may find such coaches at the Spex programme or search online. Always ask for your coach's credentials i.e. experience, where he or she has been coaching.

4. Private small group tennis lesson

Again, you can have a coach come by your condominium tennis courts to train your child and his or her group of friends. Try not to have more than 4 kids to make the training more effective. Such kids group tennis lessons are good as it allows the child to play against other kids of a similar standard of play. Nothing beats match play against an opponent.

5. Family fun tennis

It would be ideal if some one in the family also plays tennis. These would usually result in the child getting more tennis play time and encouragement. However, as a matter of experience, most kids do not enjoy their parent coaching them. They tend to rebel. This may constrained their development as a tennis player. Hence, it may be more practical and sane to have some one external to coach your kid.

As an avid tennis player, I have had my fair share of experiences in trying to find out which are the best ways to learn tennis in Singapore for myself and my kids. I hope this article will provide some guidance for all would-be tennis players! If you find this article useful and would really wish to learn tennis, please check this out http://www.1sports.asia/tennis-coaching-singapore/

Happy Learning & Playing!

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As an avid tennis player, I have had my fair share of experiences in trying to find out which are the best ways to learn tennis in Singapore for myself and my kids. I hope this article will provide some guidance for all would-be tennis players! If you find this article useful and would really wish to learn tennis, please check this out www.1sports.asia/tennis-coaching-singapore/ Happy Learning & Playing!

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