Golden Summer program 2017

Starting August 21st we will be starting our next 8-week Golden Summer Program.



week 1: August 21st – August 25th

week 2: August 28th – September 1st

week 3: September 5th – September 8th (Labor Day will be made up for on Saturday Sept. 9th)

week 4: September 11th – September 15th

week 5: September 18th – September 22nd

week 6: September 25th – September 29th

week 7: October 2nd – October 6th

week 8: October 9th – October 13th

Click HERE to register now!

About the program:

WE SERVE THE AREAS: Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, San Jose, end the entire South Bay Area! COME JOIN US!

Silicon Valley Tennis offers Bay Area residents a wide variety of options when it comes to Summer Programs. Our Mountain View location offers classes and programs for all levels. From toddlers to adults and red ball to professional we have a class for you. We also have a large variety of days/times/payment options leaving you the freedom to customize your childs training to exactly what fits your needs. Check out some of the information below and call/email us to sign up.

Rising Stars (RS)­ Mon – Friday 8:30am – 11:30amPhoto Apr 18, 10 21 18 AM
Players with little to no experience, seeking to develop basic skills, techniques, and game strategies. Register

Fundamentals (FS)­ Mon – Friday 8:30am – 11:30am
Students with some experience playing tennis, who obtain a basic understanding of the game, and are beginning to enter in novice to challenger level t
tournaments. Register

Core Skills (CS)­ Mon – Friday 8:30am – 11:30amPhoto Apr 18, 10 21 19 AM
Tournaments players holding at least two years of competitive experience, aspiring to develop and improve their game to progress to the next level. Register

High Performance (HP)­ Intense tournament players with at least four years competitive experience, along with a USTA NorCal ranking Register

Overview of what we will be focusing on during our sessions:
Physical Skills/ Growth Spurt Issues
  • Complex coordination
  • Dynamic balance
  • Footwork and movement
  • Endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Core and shoulder stability
  • Other complementary sports
  • Nutrition/ Hydration
  • Rest and recovery
  • Testing and tracking
1. Work on Balance (as balance is the basic of power, basic of control, basic of endurance, basic of timing, basic of recovery for the next shot, basic of good vision, basic of efficiency, etc.)
2. Anatomy of Balance and Coordination
3. Power/ Control/ Endurance
  • Development of game style
  • Playing the ball at different heights
  • Different serve and return options
  • Sequencing of shots
  • Offense and defense in all game situations
  • High percentage play
  • Tactics for different surfaces
  • Sound technique on lob, overhead, drop shot, etc.
  • Developing use of spin
  • Developing racquet head speed
  • Preparation for the next shot, especially after serve
  • Appropriate footwork patterns
  • Ball speed control for serve, volley and groundstroke
  • Shot placement to move opponent
  • Taking control of the point
  • Developing sense of shot selection
Mental and Emotional Skills
  • Developing goal-setting
  • Developing self-discipline
  • Concentration
  • Anxiety control
  • Developing decision-making
  • Developing pride in performance
Lengths of Sessions in the Training Phase
  • 2 hours with recovery before next session
  • 12-20 hours of physical activities (including tennis) per week

Please Read
Summer Policies: 

1. Single Plans can not be shared between other players
Second sibling may share any package if the first child purchases 25 or more class days OR over 4 weeks

2. Unlimited Package: students may attend from 8:30 ­ 2pm (with one hour break. Transportation provided back home within 11 miles. morning and afternoon sessions

3. Paid classes are only useable during Summer Camp, and are not transferrable to proceeding sessions

4. There will be no refunds for missed/cancel

5. Silicon Valley Tennis transportation is limited to the following cities: Mountain View, Cupertino, Los Altos, Sunnyvale