We provide free tennis instruction to thousands of kids ages 6-16 each year in more than 36 parks throughout the five boroughs.
BNP Paribas is the Presenting Sponsor of CityParks Tennis
Ages 6 – 17
July & August 2018
Twice Weekly, Free
Our tennis pros are here to transfer their love of the game, using fun exercises and drills to help teach kids the basics of tennis and discover a sport for life. We have classes for all skill levels, and host weekly competitions and special events for intermediate-level players.
Ages 8 – 17
Our year-round, tournament training program for advanced junior players provides free, expert coaching and practice time at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens. Tryouts are held annually in May and are open to dedicated junior players ages 8-17.
July & August, Free
Held at five parks in July and August, our Junior Tournament Series gives intermediate and advanced juniors an opportunity to develop their skills all summer in USTA-sanctioned competitions. Players compete for points to qualify for the New York City Junior Invitational Championships in September.
Advanced Junior Players
Our most dedicated and advanced junior tennis players are invited to participate in our year-round Aces intermediate-level program. Participants receive free specialized indoor training in a small group environment. This program offers training to youngsters in the off-season when court time is expensive and training is less frequent.
The Aces program also provides players with notable guest speakers from the tennis community and subsidizes tournament fees during the off-season. Participants are invited from our summer USTA sanctioned Junior Tournament Series and must maintain an 85 average during the school year. The Aces program is offered in all five boroughs.
For more information on our tennis programs, contact email@example.com or call (718) 760-6999.
Generous private support is provided by The Thompson Family Foundation, The George and Valerie Delacorte Fund, The J.M. Kaplan Fund, and Aviation Development Council. Public support is provided by the New York City Council. In partnership with NYC Parks.