Milwaukee Tennis Lessons for Any Age

Milwaukee Tennis Lessons

Interested in learning how to play tennis? Tennis is the sport of a lifetime, meaning you can start at any age and continue to play for the rest of your life. It’s a sport that’s easy to learn the rules, and with the right guidance, you’ll be playing recreational matches in no time! Here at Elite Sports Clubs, we offer tennis lessons for all age groups.

Tennis Lessons in Milwaukee

Our highly renowned tennis program is one of the largest in the state of Wisconsin. A number of our junior players go on to compete at the state and national level in high school and college. We also have a tightly knit community of adult tennis players who play recreationally or in league play.

We offer tennis lessons in Milwaukee for all ages and ability levels – starting as young as 3 years old all the way through adult. You’ll learn the fundamentals of the game with our certified USPTA tennis professionals.

10 & Under Tennis Lessons

Elite’s 10 & Under tennis lessons are an exciting new play format for learning tennis designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions, and modified scoring – all tailored to their age, size, and ability. By kid-sizing the equipment (balls, racquet, and net height) and modifying play components, kids can quickly develop tennis skills such as rallying.

USTA Red Ball Progression (Ages 3 & 4)

Your child’s first tennis experience establishes a foundation for hand-eye coordination, basic movement, listening skills, team cooperation, and athletic tennis skills. It’s a fun-filled introduction to the great lifetime sport of tennis. This class is taught on a 36′ Red Court.

USTA Red & Orange Ball Progression (Ages 5 & 6, 7 & 8)

A focus on introductory rallying skills and beginning stages of cooperative tennis. Students will learn how to initiate a rally, how to move and judge a ball, and racquet control. As they advance, students learn basic tennis tactics and athletic skills, while developing social skills and group attitudes. They will be playing by the end of the session, guaranteed! Classes are taught on either a 36’ Red Court, 42’ Red Court, or 60’ Orange Court, depending on age and ability.

USTA Orange & Green Ball Progression (Ages 9 & 10)

This program is for players who may have taken several sessions of tennis and can rally the ball. Kids will gain better technical and tactical skills using these methods, which will help them to achieve early success for a greater lifelong enjoyment of the game. Classes are taught on a 60’ Green Dot Court over a standard tennis net.

11 & Up Tennis Lessons

Elite Sports Clubs offers two different tracks of Junior Group Tennis Lessons. The Junior Program, which consists of 85% of our juniors, will lead juniors to become good all-around tennis players for life. Our Invitational Program (see page 8), which consists of 15% of our juniors, will train juniors for top varsity play and give them opportunities for Division I, II, or III collegiate tennis.

Future Stars 1 & 2 (Ages 11-14)

The Future Stars program is designed to introduce the fundamentals of tennis. Players will learn the correct mechanics of each stroke, proper court positioning, and movement, as well
as sound strategies for future growth and development. All basic techniques will be reinforced constantly through coordination exercises, competitive fun games, and singles & doubles play.

Excellence 1 & 2 (High School)

The Excellence class is a player development program that improves the more advanced player’s technical skills, as well as mental toughness. High-intensity drills that develop speed, coordination, and overall athletic ability will be a part of this program. Strengths, weaknesses, and current stroke arsenal will be analyzed. Singles and doubles point play will be interspersed with individual attention to ensure that the player’s highest potential is reached.

Ask your tennis pro about our fun-filled junior events throughout the year! We have events for those who are just starting match play, all the way up to high school tournament players.

Invitational Junior Tennis Lessons

Elite Sports Clubs’ invitational programs are designed for the player who is interested in competitive play. Our Invitational Classes offer the players both advanced techniques and tactical skills along with the opportunity to implement these skills in match play. Players will develop shot patterns and strategies to use at tournaments. Contact a tennis director for more information.

10 & Under Invitational 1 & 2 (Ages 10 & Under)

This program is designed for our younger juniors that have been taking lessons consistently
and are starting to play tournaments using the orange and green dot ball. These players are focusing on the development of a consistent stroke that becomes the cornerstone of rallying, as well as basic tennis strategies for match play.

Tournament Squad (Teenagers)

Tournament Squad is designed for juniors with state, sectional, and/or national tournament experience. Students will concentrate on grooming their strokes
and working on shot patterns, footwork, movement, on-court conditioning, and mental toughness. Students learn advanced techniques and implementation of tactics, strategies, and varied game plans.

Group Adult Tennis Lessons

Interested in picking up some tennis, but not sure where to start? Our adult beginner tennis lessons are designed to get you started in tennis or back in the swing of things after some time away from the game.

Elite Sports Clubs also offers 60- and 90-minute adult tennis drill classes for those that want to practice techniques.

Private Adult Tennis Lessons

Want more individual attention to hone your skills? We offer private and semi-private tennis lessons for adults. You can have up to 4 players in a session for either 30, 60, or 90 minutes at a time.

Get started playing the game of a lifetime. Register for Milwaukee tennis lessons at the link below!

Register for Tennis Lessons


  • Sasha Ward says:

    I’m requesting more information and fees for my daughter she is interested in taking tennis lessons.

  • Patrick McNamara says:

    My six year old son has taken just. Few lessons at YMCA. Is he too young for the ten and under lessons practically speaking? Do you have kids that young?