Tennis Academy of the South is now the EXCLUSIVE Tennis Provider at Newtown Park. TAS will be offering both youth and adult programs through Newtown Recreation.
Tennis Academy of the South’s History:
Gery Groslimond founded the TAS twenty years ago and has grown it into one of the largest and most successful tennis academies in the Atlanta area. TAS has achieved success thorough its guiding philosophy, expert staffing and quality programming and services.
Tennis Academy of the South’s Philosophy:
The Academy’s goal is to develop each individual to their full potential in the game of tennis as well as life. TAS works on two parallel tracks. One is to provide a year round training environment for youth and adults of all ages and abilities. Second is to develop life skills such as work ethic, team work, goal setting and sportsmanship. They provide a fun atmosphere for kids and parents alike to learn tennis, “the game of a lifetime”. Private/Semi-Private or Group Lessons at Newtown Park.
If interested, contact Shannan Gaudette at (404) 502-2302. Cost: Private $55/hour, Semi-Private $58/hour & Groups $60/hour.
Newtown Recreation and TAS will also provides a racket stringing service for all registered participants. Please contact Chris Decker at 770-714-6407.
Youth tennis is offered year round at Newtown Park. During the Fall and Spring, we offer two sessions, two 6 week sessions, for youth ages 4-18. Sign up for Session 1, Session 2, or both! During the Summer, we offer summer camps for our different age groups Tennis Pros offer drills and games to develop and enhance tennis skills, technique, and strategy. We offer beginner and intermediate clinics for ages 9-18. All clinics must have a minimum of four players to occur.
We also provide Adult Tennis Clinics for players looking to improve their game. We offer clinics that focus on proper stroke production, emphasize on movement and positioning, and shot selection. Clinics meet once a week for an hour and half. All clinics must have a minimum of four players to occur. Participants are grouped by ablility.