FREE Tennis Clinics: Sets in the City, Cincinnati Tennis Club, Saturday, 01. June 2019

Sets in the City is a new tennis program being offered at the historic Cincinnati Tennis Club in East Walnut Hills. Founded in 1880, CTC is among the ten oldest tennis clubs in the United States. This exciting opportunity is being provided to participants at no cost by the Greater Cincinnati Tennis Association (GCTA) with support from the United States Tennis Association’s (USTA) Midwest Division. Listed below are two separate clinic opportunities providing an option for all levels of experience and ability. The Beginner Instructional Clinic (Saturdays, 12:30-2pm, June 1 - July 6) is geared for players with limited or no experience and will teach you all the fundamentals of the game from strokes to strategy and will have you on your way to playing in no time. The High Intensity Clinic (Sundays, 12:30-2pm, June 2 - July 7) is cardio based, incorporating lots of ball feeding and fast-paced point and game play. This clinic is appropriate for players with at an Intermediate to Advanced Level. Players can expect to burn around 500 calories per hour! Don’t miss out on these awesome opportunities to get in the game! Openings are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis! *Players cannot sign up for both clinics*
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: 1) Click on the "Register" button in the top right hand corner. 2) From there, select the type of clinic (Beginner vs High Intensity) you would like to attend. Registration automatically signs you up for all 6 weeks of your chosen clinic! Players may only register for Beginner or High Intensity, not both.
*Note that just the start date of June 1st is shown as a kickoff date. The Beginner Clinic begins Saturday June 1st, and the High Intensity Clinic begins Sunday, June 2nd. Both clinics run 12:30-2pm at Cincinnati Tennis Club. 

FREE Tennis Clinics: Sets in the City

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