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To encourage healthy, active living through the sport of tennis. To teach juniors and adults the essential skill set for the sport of tennis. To promote positive attitude, sportsmanship and good sport etiquette amongst club members. To create and foster a love of the sport of tennis in our community.
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Becoming a True Milestones Network
Member allows full (and Free) access to
participate in the Ladder. Players can
challenge each other, organize matches,
and enter scores with the system
Boys, Girls and Future Stars League
Junior Mixed League
Mixed Intermediate/Advanced House League
Beginner Adult Lessons
Session 2, July 2 - August 6
Session 3, Aug 13 - Sept 17th
Refund Policy: All membership, summer camp and program fees are non-refundable unless a long term injury has been sustained or there has been prolonged disruption of court use.
The Nobleton Tennis Club was started 1994 by several local tennis enthusiasts with a mandate to bring competitive tennis leagues to the community. Today NTC has several competitive Inter-county teams as well as programs for those who prefer noncompetitive tennis. The Nobleton and Kleinburg Tennis Clubs have a reciprocal agreement to provide members with a wide range of opportunities to play each week.
Progressive tennis is a method of training using low compression balls, modified court size and nets. These modifications help young tennis players succeed and build confidence at every level.
Red Dot is the lowest compression ball, this age group uses mini nets and half court. Main focus is on fundamental stroke technique. Ages 5-7
Orange balls are 50% less compression than regular tennis balls. Children in this group continue to develop stroke techniques on 3/4 courts.
Green balls are 25% less compression than regular tennis balls. Children in the group work on path, angle, speed of the ball while continuing stroke development on full court transition.
Age is just one way to identify what level of tennis is best for your child. Motor skills, athleticism, focus and number of hours of practice may alter where your child is placed.
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