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Mini u10 Academy



Mon 3:30 Orange u9 Club Jon C
Mon 3:30 Red u8 Club Jarek

Mon 4:30 Green Tour Jon & Jarek


Tue 9:45 Tennis Tots 3-5yrs Jonny H
Tue 3:30 Red u8 Club Jarek

Wed 3:30 Red u8 Club Jarek
Wed 4:30 Red u8 & Orange u9 Jon & Jarek
Wed 5:30 Green u10 Club Jon & Tom

Thur 3:30 Orange u9 Tour Jon C

Fri 3:30 Orange u9 Tour Jarek
Fri 3:45 Red u8 futures Jon & Sam
Fri 3:30pm Fast 4 Matchplay Tom & Sam
Fri 5:30pm FREE Beginners Futures Jarek

Sat 8:30 Red u8 futures Jon & Jarek
Sat 9:15 Green u10 Tour Jon C
Sat 9:15 Red u8 Club Jarek
Sat 10:15 Green u10 Jarek & Jon C


Skills based challenges to challenge players to move up the levels.

RED U8 – players progress through the levels 5, 10, 15 to 20

ORANGE U9 – players progress through the levels from 10, 15 to 20

GREEN u10 – players progress through the levels from green 10 to 20


Mini Tennis Ratings


Futures (Beginners)
Players that are playing for fun or for the first time and learning the basics of the game.
Players playing to meet new people and play with friends and wanting to enjoy the game for life

Training Hours 1-2hrs a week
Players should be attending a group session and playing socially in their own time. Other sports are encouraged as much as possible.

Competitions (grade 7)
Players are encourage to play socially with friends in their own time and to play at Junior club night and in beginner events such as Team Challenge

Club (intermediate)
Players playing socially but more competitive in nature and encourage to compete regularly with in the club and in teams. Players are playing for enjoyment often alongside another sport and will have the opportunity to represent their school and club in competitions

Training hours 2-3hrs
Players should be training in a 1-2 groups a week and ideally having a private coaching or hitting session to prepare for competitions. Players should be playing other sports for fitness and moulding into a all round athlete

Competitions (6 to 4)
Players should be competing in LTA matchplay’s to improve their rating and grade 5 events to earn ranking points (11-18 only). Competition should be rewarding and motivating for the individual often preferred when playing with other members from the club

Tour (Advanced)
Players are dedicating their time to training and competing and tennis is seen as their number one sport. Other sports are encouraged but sacrifices are made for tennis

Training Hours 3-10 hours
Players are training with the best at the club with 2 groups a week, 1hr private and 1hr hitting with peers or qualifies ‘hitters’ at the club. Training sessions are challenging and may train at a local LTA performance Centre.

Competitions (Grade 5+)
Players are regularly competing in the Cheshire Tour and / or regional Tour. Players have to be self-motivated to travel and play at weekends and their time around social and school commitments.