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Tennis for Women

Malvern East, VIC

Subject: Tennis

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Price: $80.00

 

Notes:

Price rate is for a 4 week lesson.
Casual/Lesson - 25.00AUD


The teachers

TOTAL TENNIS has been conducting lessons since 1980, when the team was started by the current head coach, Victor Eke...

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TOTAL TENNIS has been conducting lessons since 1980, when the team was started by the current head coach, Victor Eke. Over the years the TOTAL TENNIS team has grown in size and earned a reputation for high performance coaching tailored for all levels of ability, including elite players. Every age, gender, size, shape and aspiration is catered for by TOTAL TENNIS.

The ultimate goal of the coaching team is to instil a love and understanding of the "game" of tennis so that pupils look at it as a lifetime activity.

The coaching syllabus of TOTAL TENNIS is based upon the principle of "Game Sense" developed by Rod Thorpe. Victor says, "By learning to play the game, pupils are then motivated to learn how to develop individual skills, so that they can then play the game better."

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