2021-22 Adult Lessons and Drills

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Session III for the 2021/22 season runs Monday, Feb. 28, to Friday, May 27, for a total of 12 weeks.


Session III Saturday drills are held for 11 weeks; there are no lessons on Saturday, May 28.


Session III Sunday drills are 10 weeks, as there are no lessons on Sunday, April 17, or Sunday, May 29. 


No lessons are held during Spring Break, held Saturday, March 26, to Friday, April 1.


2021/22 NTC memberships for Session III are prorated.



Beginner/Advanced Beginner (0-2.9)    Register Here

Players at the Beginner level are new to tennis or returning to the game and will benefit from a comprehensive overview of the strokes. These classes work on form and tactics to get a player comfortable in match play. The Advanced Beginner player has some match-play experience and is looking to improve his or her ability to serve and keep a rally going longer. Once a new Beginner/Advanced Beginner Non-member completes 8 weeks of lessons, an $80 credit to be used toward future purchases will be applied to his or her house account.


Intermediate (3.0-3.5)    Register Here

The Intermediate player is steady from both the baseline and the net.  This player can serve with consistency and accuracy, while being comfortable with most play situations. This player has decent court coverage and one or more powerful "weapons." Intermediate classes enhance the player's tactics while providing stroke practice. The Intermediate player has consistency, accuracy, and the ability to dictate pace on most shots, especially the serve.  



Advanced Intermediate (3.6-3.9)    Register Here

An Advanced Intermediate player is much like an Intermediate player, but has more enhanced athleticism and ability to construct and dictate point play.  This player has several "weapons" in his or her game and is confident in match play situations. These classes will continue to challenge players with high-percentage tactics. 


Advanced (4.0+)    Register Here

This player is highly confident, very consistent and accurate, while being able to use multiple weapons and strategies in high level match play.  These classes are competitive and intense and continue reinforcing tactics.


Belle of the Ball 1A Drills Register Here

NTC members who would otherwise be rostered on the NITTL Division 1A team are invited to play competitive doubles. 


Cardio Drills    Register Here

Hit a lot of balls, keeping those feet moving.


Men Rated 4.5+ are asked to contact our Head Pro to locate a suitable group.


Refund policy:  Fees are non-refundable except as follows.  A pro-rated credit shall be issued to a student who is asked to withdraw from a class due to not meeting level requirements.  A credit less a 10% admin charge will be issued for:  1) medical reasons the credit is issued from emailed notification date.  (With doctor verification the 10% fee does not apply.);  2) to a student who drops a class before the start of a session provided the class is not full;  3) to a student from the date they are replaced in a class.  There are no refunds for tournament absences.

Class Change policy:  Schedule changes incur a $10 fee, one fee is waived per season.  Exception is made for level changes.
Make-up Policy:  Notify us in advance by emailing  info@NapervilleTennis.com if you will miss a class. Due to Covid-19, you must include the reason you are going to miss the class.  Although we will try, we cannot guarantee the availability of a suitable make up option that works with your schedule. Once a make-up has been confirmed it cannot be rescheduled.  We allow 1 makeup in session I, 3 makeups in session II and 2 makeups in session III.  All make ups must be completed no more than 2 weeks into the next session.  

Not under NTC Control:  No credits are given or make-ups allowed for weather emergencies, loss of power caused by the City of Naperville, government restrictions, or acts of God.

Proper Attire:  Participants need proper court attire and non-marking athletic shoes.  Juniors should have an age/size appropriate racquet.