The City of Greeley Sports and Programs team has partnered with Tennis Pro and UNC Tennis Alum, Todd Edwards, to provide tennis clinics and camps to the Greeley community starting this spring!

Todd Edwards has over 24 years of coaching experience working with all ages and skill levels. Todd has had the privilege to work with some of the best players and coaches in the country – Larry Stefanki, Horacio Matta, and Fernando Gonzalez, just to name a few. After playing and competing on the future tour, and being ranked 35th in the open level, Todd set his sights on coaching the game. He has worked as a Head Tennis Professional and Junior Director for one of the top tennis clubs in Palo Alto, California, GM and Director of Tennis at Broadway Tennis Center in San Francisco, and is the founder of Serve It Up, LLC. Todd grew up in Sterling, Colorado, and played tennis for UNC, winning 5 conference championships. Todd, his wife Rachelle, and his daughter Mia, love being back home in Colorado.

Financial assistance is available for those in need. Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.
Financial assistance is available for those in need. Find out more about the Senior Assistance Fund.

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Financial assistance is available for those in need. Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

Spring 2023

Tennis is back with the Greeley Rec! We have teamed up with Tennis Pro and Greeley local Todd Edwards to put on youth and adult Tennis Clinics this Spring.

Each session will be 5 weeks long (except Lil’ Loves which will be 4 weeks long each session).

General Registration: January 30 (Registration can be done in person at the Greeley Recreation Center, Family FunPlex, or online at MyGreeleyRec.com)

Registration deadline: Friday before the first day of each clinic

Session: April 3 – May 12 (make up days: May 15-19)
Registration:  January 30 – March 31

 

 

Divisions Ages Days/Weeks Time Group Size Fee
Little Stars 4-6 years old Tue & Fri – 6 weeks 4:15-5 p.m. Min-4 $120
Future Stars – Elementary School Players 7-10 years old Mon & Wed – 6 weeks 4:15-5:15 p.m. Min-4 $160
Future Stars – Middle School Players (beginner) 11-13 years old Mon & Wed – 6 weeks 5:15-6:45 p.m. Min-4 $230
Challengers – Middle School Players (intermediate) 11-13 years old Mon & Wed – 6 weeks 5:15-6:45 p.m. Min-4 $230
Aces – High School Players 14-18 years old Tue & Thu – 6 weeks 5-6:30 p.m. Min-4 $230
High Performance 11-18 years old Tue & Thu – 6 weeks 5-6:30 p.m. Min-4 $230

 

Location: Centennial Tennis Courts, 2200 23rd Ave., Greeley 80634

 

Descriptions:

 

Little Stars (Age 4-6)

The children will be introduced to tennis in a way that is fun and engaging. They will develop their basic hand and eye coordination, balance, and over all athletic ability. Sportsmanship along with team building skills is also a high priority. 6 weeks

Future Stars (Age 7-10)

The players will learn the basic stroke fundamentals, rules of the game, scoring, and develop a strong tennis foundation that will last a lifetime. They will be introduced to a vast array of fast-moving games/drills that will help with overall athletic ability. 6 weeks

Future Stars – Beginner (Age 11-13)

Beginning players will learn the basic skills and stroke fundamentals, along with the rules of the game, scoring, and match play. 6 weeks

Challengers – Intermediate (Age 11-13)

Intermediate players should understand the basic stroke fundamentals and they will be building on those techniques for future success. The players will learn different playing strategies that will translate to the high school level. 6 weeks

Aces (Age 14-18)

Players will learn the basic stroke fundamentals and they will be building on those skills for future success.  They players will learn different playing strategies that will translate to the high school level. 6 weeks

High Performance (Age 11-18)*

This program is for the devoted junior player who has already developed a solid foundation of the game and has shown a high level of commitment. Players typically have goals of state and sectional rankings, and high school varsity. 6 weeks

*Please contact Todd directly for access to sign-up.

 

 

Contact

Zach Kilimann, Youth Sports Coordinator
Office: 970-350-9421
zach.kilimann@greeleygov.com

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Financial assistance is available for those in need. Find out more about the Senior Assistance Fund.

Drop-In

The City of Greeley has tennis courts located at Centennial Park, north of Butch Butler Baseball Field, located at 23rd Ave & 22nd St.
They are open year round, weather permitting, and are home to many area tennis tournaments and summer lessons.