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July 2, 2019

Learning a sport can be difficult for people of all ages. Between covering new motions alongside the rules of the game, there’s a lot to take in. This is why we introduce the fundamentals though a combination of short, memorable teaching cues. Hot Dog in a Bun ~ Diamond in the Sky ~ Make a Cradle […]

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May 15, 2019

The red clay tennis courts at Roland-Garros Stadium make the French Open one of the most recognizable events in sports. Being the only one of the four Grand Slam events to use clay courts makes it a fan-favorite for players and spectators alike. The second of four annual Grand Slam events, this year’s French Open […]

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May 5, 2019

A little competition never hurt anyone, especially within the confines of TGA golf and tennis leagues. We welcome players of all abilities and skill levels to take part in this great opportunity to experience competition in a low-pressure setting. Our recreational, team-based programs for boys and girls will help any junior ease into competition this […]

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May 3, 2019

The tennis backhand technique is one that youth players often shy away from practicing. That’s why our TGA programs focus on developing this shot just as much as the others to make sure students are not only learning it, but also the correct way to execute it. We start all of our students with a […]

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May 1, 2019

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month allows us to focus on athletes that many of our students can look up to. Generations of Asian and Pacific Islanders have helped enrich America’s history with great accomplishments on and off the field. We honor just some of them and celebrate their impact. Julie Chu, who is three-quarter Chinese, […]

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April 6, 2019

Coming soon! Keep an eye out for our updated student handbooks. Tennis has a rich history that today’s players have become very much a part of. From the French Monks playing handball over a rope in the 1000s to Serena Williams becoming the all-time women’s singles Grand Slam winner in the Open Era, TGA has you […]

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February 24, 2019

The BNP Paribas Open is held annually in March in Indian Wells, California. It’s known for being the best-attended tennis tournament outside the four Grand Slam tournaments and has the second-largest permanent tennis stadium in the world behind only Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York. This has led to the event being named the unoffical […]

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February 19, 2019

The forehand is the most frequent stroke used in tennis and essential in learning to play the game. It’s one of two basic groundstrokes, the backhand being the other, that are necessary to start a rally. Players must use their dominant hand for a forehand swing and keep that hand on the bottom of the racquet. […]

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February 1, 2019

Black History Month is a time to honor the many influential black men and women throughout history for their accomplishments. Barriers continue to be broken in the sports world, as these athletes continue to inspire us all. We want to feature a handful of notable black athletes from some of the sports we love and […]

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January 22, 2019

The serve in tennis can have the biggest impact on a point, but can also be the most challenging shot to execute. Through the guidance of our coaches, we take students through multiple stages of learning how to serve and provide modifications based on physical abilities of younger students to better help them grow as […]

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