The West Windsor Tennis Program provides Summer Tennis lessons and coaching to adults ages 18-59 years old. NOTE: The summer session will be held at Duck Pond Park until approximately the end of July and then move to Hendrickson Tennis Complex once the new court construction is complete.
Program registration is online only through West Windsor Recreation Community Pass. For questions regarding program registration call the West Windsor Recreation at 609-799-6141. For questions regarding any of the Tennis programs and lessons call Sat Jagtap at 732-586-1151 or email us. To stay informed of registration dates and programs subscribe to our mailing list.
"Thank you for the great lessons. I liked you had focused on my weaknesses. And your instruction always makes sense so it's easy to understand."
"Just wanted to say hi. You did a great job."
"I very much appreciate your continued efforts with the Tennis Program. We all enjoy the opportunity of learning to play tennis in a friendly relaxed atmosphere."
"Thanks so much. I plan to be there next year. Thanks for the great lessons. I will miss them."
"Wanted to thank you for the lessons. I really enjoyed them and I'm looking forward to the next session."
Class sizes are limited to six students per court, are first-come first-serve and many classes fill-up quickly.
To avoid disappointment sign-up early! If a class is full use the wait list option as it may be opened to accommodate more players.
No make-up lessons unless rainout or cancelled. Rainouts will be made up at the end of the session or different lesson. All classes will be limited to 12 students maximum (6 students per court). Your lesson fee includes tennis balls.
To maintain a level of consistency in the lessons please read the class descriptions and prerequisites outlined below when registering. This will help to ensure in the proper development of your game and enjoyment for the entire class.
|Developmental||BEGINNER - New to the sport of tennis, never had lessons, has played very little, or needs more practice to build and improve technique in all strokes.||Learn parts of the tennis court, Scoring, Grips, Forehand/Backhand Groundstrokes, Forehand/Backhand Volley, Serve & Serve Return, Rallying, Playing Points.|
|Fundamental||ADVANCED BEGINNER - Has played tennis, has had lessons, is familiar with scoring, positioning, and all strokes. Needs improvement in overall technique and stroke consistency.||Forehand/Backhand Groundstrokes, Forehand/Backhand Volley, Lobs/Overheads, Serve & Serve Return, Court Positioning, Footwork, Doubles Play.|
|Competitive||INTERMEDIATE - Has played tennis for several years, competes in leagues, can hit all major strokes with consistency and placement.||Various drills emphasizing different shots (topspin, slice, lob, volleys, overheads), Court Positioning, Footwork, Strategy, Match Play.|
|Private Lessons||Open to all levels.||More individualized instruction geared toward improving specific parts of your game. See Private Lessons page for details.|