Let's Play Tennis!
Give your kids the opportunity to be introduced to tennis, a sport that provides many benefits. While practicing hand-eye coordination, balance, mobility and strength, Youth Tennis will improve the fitness level of your children while having lots of fun.
Our youth-appropriate tennis programs focus on skill development, teamwork and improving self-confidence while promoting healthy competition.
Y sports leagues are the perfect opportunity to be active and social. We offer Youth Tennis at our Eden Family YMCA. Come on, let’s play tennis!
If you want to play adult sports, visit our adult sports page.
We offer financial assistance for all programs through our Financial Assistance Program.
Youth Tennis Lessons with Coach Daniel McGregor
Summer Lessons (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
8 – 12; 13 -17
Location: Eden Family YMCA, 301 S. Kennedy Street, Eden, NC 27288
YMCA Sports Philosophy: Participants have FUN in a safe learning environment. The YMCA believes in the God-given potential of every child; encourages teamwork and a sense of belonging.
$80 YMCA Members or $96 Community Guests
Friday, August 11th
($10 Last Chance Registration Fee will be applied after August 11th)
Tuesdays & Thursdays (August 15th – September 7th)
Ages 8 – 12: 5:45pm – 6:45pm
Ages 13 – 17: 6:45pm – 7:45pm
Player Equipment: Wear athletic clothing and tennis shoes. Bring a labeled water bottle and racquet.
What to Expect: Learn and improve tennis skills while getting exercise and having fun!
About Coach Daniel McGregor:
Coach Daniel McGregor started playing tennis at the age of 4 years old and competed until the age of 23. Daniel played four years of collegiate tennis for Averett University in Danville, VA, earning him Top 20 Men's Open National ranking & Top 10 under 18 National Ranking. Daniel has coached tennis at all levels for several years, including being the head tennis pro for the Danville City tennis camp for three years while teaching beginner and advanced level tennis players (4yrs - 18yrs). His focus is teaching technique, coordination, and physical training to students.