It’s almost August, and that means summer camps are officially over with Play Tennis Gainesville, managed by the USTA Florida Tennis Management Division.
The jam-packed 2019 Summer Camp schedule at Play Tennis Gainesville gave kids a summer to remember — full of fun activities and tennis fundamentals.
The camps started June 3rd, and ran for 9 weeks.
- First year of Summer Camp
- 103 children participated
- 45-50 participants per week
- 296 total registrations (several campers took part for multiple weeks)
- 30 additional kids from the city camps took part during the last 4 weeks
Working on precision with target skills! 🎯🎯🎯
Posted by Play Tennis Gainesville on Monday, June 17, 2019
US Open Net Generation On-Court Experience:
8 children from USTA Florida’s Racquet Club of Cocoa Beach and 3 from Play Tennis Gainesville will be headed to New York on August 31st, to be part of the US Open Net Generation On-Court Experience. Any kids age 8-12 participating in a summer camp at a USTA Florida facility have the chance to be selected for the exclusive experience.
Just because summer camps are over, doesn’t mean the fun has to stop at our facilities. PTG is now gearing up for fall classes and back to school activities.
- Week of August 12 — August promo pricing for junior classes start
- Every Friday — Aces In Motion afterschool drop-in classes at TB McPherson Recreation Complex, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
For a calendar of PTG events, click here.
ABOUT USTA FLORIDA TENNIS MANAGEMENT
The USTA Florida Board of Directors in 2017 unanimously approved the creation of a new Tennis Management Division to promote and develop tennis in Florida. USTA Florida Tennis Management delivers high-quality tennis programs, teaching pros and management, utilizing USTA networks and partnerships to ensure tennis grows in local communities for all ages and demographics. USTA Florida Tennis Management is raising the standards for tennis programming and facility management across the state of Florida. For more information go to www.ustaflorida.com/tennismanagement.