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Tennis 360 will be active all summer with fantastic opportunities to learn and get better at the game during the 5th Dubai Sports World, which is being held at the World Trade Centre.
— UAE4Kidz (@uae4kidz) June 29, 2015
The philosophy of Tennis 360 is to create ‘First the athlete, then the player’ through developing fundamental movement skills, establishing functional movement skills, teaching tennis-specific skills, mental conditioning, good nutrition, and creating a love for the game.
With a broad range of programmes, Tennis 360 caters to kids and adults of all ages and abilities. They have three programmes for kids – Kindy Smashers for ages 3-5, Mini Smashers for ages 5-8 and Hot Shots, for ages 9-12. Each group will have a student to teacher ratio of 4:1.
The daily rates for each programme is Dh140, while the weekly rate in fixed at Dh375. There are tennis camps for those aged between five and 13 years, which are limited to 24 participants weekly.
Daily private or semi-private lessons for kids and adults are also available (30mins/60mins).
For more details, call 055 7537675 or e-mail: [email protected]
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