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Surprise starts Tennis University next week

Posted 2/16/17

Virginia Mungovan

Special to Independent Newsmedia

The City of Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex is now registering for its Tennis University – an eleven-week program for beginner tennis …

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Surprise starts Tennis University next week

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Virginia Mungovan
Special to Independent Newsmedia

The City of Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex is now registering for its Tennis University – an eleven-week program for beginner tennis players ages 18 and up.

Tennis University provides a structured framework for learning the game of tennis, offering: six weeks of instruction; four weeks of supervised match play; pre-match drills and coaching; and a week of in-game competition while playing in a non-elimination tournament.

The Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex will host Tennis University classes for adults on Tuesday nights (Courtesy City of Surprise)



Classes begin Feb. 21 and are on Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex, located at 14469 W. Paradise Lane.

Students will not only learn the fundamentals of tennis, but will also receive complimentary walk-on court time, ball basket rental and demo racquet use during their session. Spaces are limited for each class and fill fast, so call and reserve your spot today.

To register, or for more information, contact the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex at 623.222.2400. For a complete listing of all upcoming classes and tennis leagues visit www.surpriseaz.gov/tennis.

Editor's Note: Virginia Mungovan is a public information officer for the city of Surprise