T Bar M Tennis Academy

We Strive for Mental and Physical Success, Both on and Off the Court. Many of Our T BAR M Academy Players Decide to Play Collegiate-level Tennis, and Some Even Pursue a Professional Career on Tour.

Junior Academy Programs

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Future Stars

Future Stars offers a fun
environment with engaging
activities that stimulate their
introduction to tennis.

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Red Ball

Red Ball is a fun program for ages 5-8 to learn the fundamentals of tennis and introduce them to concepts.

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Orange Ball

Challenge their technique through the introduction of rallying skills, point play strategy, and match play.

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The Launch Tennis Program is a
combination of Green Dot and
Yellow Ball; designed for players
ages 10-15 years old.


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Advanced Orange-Green

A pathway for players who are ready for the next level and begin tournament play.

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For the serious, competitive player whose aim is to play USTA/UTR events and beyond.

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Full Time Academy

The full-time academy is for players with aspirations of playing college and beyond.

Principles of Development

Every T BAR M Junior workout incorporates all 4 principles of development. This is true from our 3-5-year-old future stars workouts to our high-performance full-time workouts with our world-ranked juniors.

Character Development

Character Development is listed first by design. It is the single most important tenet of our program. With a strong character, anything is possible, and with a weak character, nothing else matters. We expect integrity, respect, humility, compassion, responsibility, and fairness.

Technical Development

Technical Development is a key component of our program. Without a good solid base of the fundamentals, players' progress will be limited, and often times is the very reason players adhere to the sport.

Athletic Development

We believe that being physically fit is critical to our players' success on the court. Players need cardiovascular and muscle endurance, core strength, and flexibility to win matches and prevent injuries on the court.

Tactical Development

We teach "Aggressive Percentage Tennis." We want players to be proficient in all areas of the court and to understand the advantages of moving forward. The first step in development is consistency.

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Ready to Start on an Amazing Journey?