Hey! I'm Nick.
I'm playing tennis since 9 and it has transformed from a game into a lifelong passion.
I'm grateful for people I met because of tennis and especially for pieces of wisdom I got from my coach.
I'm neither professional player, nor professional coach, but I love this game with all my heart and I want to share this feeling with you!
Choose your track of learning
Fun & Learn
This track is ideal for children and anyone who wants to views tennis as an entertainment.
It's designed so you'll enjoy moving around and getting better without even noticing it.
This is perfect for you if you wish to learn a new skill, mix up your workout routine, above all, have a lot of fun!
Aim & Achieve
This track is all about a structured way to learn tennis.
We'll set clear goals and keep track of your improvement. Even though it might be a bit more intense, it'll still be a lot of fun.
This is a great choice for you if you're interested in tennis as a sport and want to get fitter and better at playing.
Let's see if we're good match
Finding the right coach can make all the difference in your tennis journey. So, I'm offering a free lesson for you to see if I'm the one.
If you can't afford it right now for your kid
I want to make tennis accessible for more people, especially kids, so I provide a limited number of free slots in group lessons for children from families who may face financial constraints.
Respect for commitment ✊
For those ready to commit to their tennis journey, a 10% discount is available for booking 4+ lessons in advance.
Booking & Pricing
Individual coaching is priced at €30 per hour.
Court, racket and balls are included.
For group classes, prices and availability can be provided upon request.
I'm XX years old. Is it too late for me to start?
No. It's never too late and we'll be able to find the right approach too maximise your enjoyment from tennis.
What is the best age to start learning for a kid?
Depends on the child. Typically, around 5-7 years in my experience.
What should I bring to my first class?
Just wear comfortable sports clothes and shoes, bring a bottle of water. I also would advise to have a cap or equivalent to protect your head from the sun.
How often should I train in order to feel the progress?
A general guideline is that beginners should aim to train at least 2-3 times per week to see noticeable improvements. I would still say that consistency is a key, not frequency.
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