South Bay Tennis Center prides itself in being a facility that is constantly introducing tennis to new players who have never even held a racket before. We also strive to pull players of all levels who might need to dust off there rackets and spend some time relearning the basics. We specialize in group clinics for 4 or more players who need some intense basic instruction and need to regain their confidence in their form. One special benefit to South Bay Tennis Center programming is that we provide all the necessary equipment including the rackets.  

South Bay Tennis Center offers daily adult and junior competitive level classes.  For the competitive junior player we offer a drop in elite program that runs Monday thru Thursday from 5:00 to 7:00.  The program is designed for the highschool level player or satelite or competitive junior player.  During the workout we do live ball hitting, matchplay, fitness, strategy work and drilling.  The junior program is designed for the players who are actively trying to play touraments and/or competing in team tennis competition.  SBTC also offers 3 levels of play with our team tennis teams, novice, satelite and open(advanced level). 

For our adults who played college tennis or have tournament experience Courtney offers a 5.5 level class on Monday nights.  All players must be approved by Courtney.  Other advanced classes are offered for A level players in the mornings Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 9:30am with Courtney or Tuesday and Thursday mornings with coach Sveto at 9:00am.   Coach Sammy offers advanced classes Sat and Sundays at 8am, 9:30 and 11:00.  Drop in to any of these classes and pay only $20.00 dollars for members or $25.00 for non members.

South Bay Tennis Center is continually having Adult Social Round Robin events. These events usually concur with monthly holidays and are almost always held on Fridays from 6-8pm. Some of the past Round Robin events that we have had include an annual Halloween Dress-Up event where players are paired with different partners after 8 games, and turn in their scores after each rotation to try and win the First or Second Place prizes. The Fourth of July Round Robin consisted of teen bump-up competiton where players were placed on teams and competed to move up the ladder to try and get to the top court. These events are advertised on line, or feel free to call director, Courtney Hance to find out when the next Friday night Round Robin Social is being hosted.