Tennis Memphis’ Junior Development Program has 4 categories: 1.) Early Childhood Development, 2.) Skill Acquisition, 3.) Competitive Training and 4) Non-Traditional Scheduling. The documentation of player development is a critical part of the GBT system. All players, except complete beginners, must have a technical assessment to enter the program.
For more information about the ECD, CT, and NTS programs, please visit tennismemphis.org.The After-School Program’s primary focus is Skill Acquisition. Tennis Memphis’s professional staff will provide fact-based instruction through the GBT curriculum to all students with an emphasis on long-term development. The additional component of peer teaching ensures that students maximize information retention. Students are also taught to maximize their tennis potential by establishing at-home practice routines (referred to as program "plus".)
The online component of our program can be found at greatbasetennis.com. The website contains a wealth of information, including comprehensive online courses, daily blog, and a video archive, which will help accelerate the growth of your child’s game.
A technical assessment is a pre-requisite for all players (with the exception of those brand new to tennis.)
The schedule and fee structure for our JD program are divided into monthly sessions.