LX Tennis Camp counselors break each part of the game into simple technique so campers can perfect the step-by-step process needed to be a complete player. Drills, challenges, skill stations, and tournaments are all part of the program designed to engineer a better athlete. Players are conditioned to understand and embrace athletic endurance, agility, and court-appropriate aggressiveness. In addition, LX Tennis Campers also enjoy skill clinics, mini-tournaments and beat-the-coach challenges. In the unfortunate event of rain, campers practice tennis drills and conditioning on our indoor squash courts.
Our elite tennis program is directed by experienced coaches and tennis professionals who are skilled at helping individual players advance to the next skill level.
LX Tennis Campers have 4 tennis training periods per day plus a 30 minute lunch period, optional free swim, and attend opening and closing ceremonies with other LX Sports Campers.
Starting in 2019, for more time in their favorite programs, LX Campers no longer will have an optional free swim period.
If your camper is looking for a more traditional camp experience, consider LINX Tennis Camp. LINX Tennis Campers have 3 periods of tennis per day, a 1 hour swim period (which includes a 30 minute lesson plus 30 minutes free swim), a 1 hour lunch period, and one period per day of traditional camp activities. Additionally, LINX Tennis Campers attend the General Camp opening and closing ceremonies. See the chart below for a comparison of LX and LINX Sports Camps. Or click to learn more about LINX Tennis Camp.
*Promotional camp rates (1 week at $669, 2-3 weeks at $654/each, 4-7 weeks at $634/each, 8+ weeks at $609/each) - orig. $669/week Lunch for only $55 per week when you register for 8 or more weeks, $60 per week when registering for 4-7 weeks, $65 when registering for 2-3 weeks and $65 for registering for 1 week (orig. $65/week)-->
Aayushi is a Junior studying at Delaware State University (DSU). She is an international student-athlete from India who plays tennis for DSU (Division I) on a full scholarship. She holds a record of 6-2 overall in singles and plays at no. 1 in doubles. While she was in India, she became Chhattisgarh State Tennis Champion for 9 consecutive years and won 8 national titles. Her career in sport started with Table-tennis (TT/ping-pong) when she was 5 years old. She played TT at amateur level and was state champion for 5 years. She later shifted to Tennis as she found it more interesting. Aayushi has also participated in the National Games of India 2015 (also known as Olympics of India because if its concept, set up, and is the highest level of championship for any sport in India) in the discipline of Squash (racquet-ball) as the team captain of her state. At DSU, she recently became HBCU All-American athlete during the HBCU National Championship. Aayushi's father was her coach for both TT and Tennis in India, while at DSU, she played under Coach Dave Marshall who is also one of the coaches of the "Bryan Brothers" (World no.1 doubles pair from the USA), and Coach Ellis Ferreira, former professional tennis player who won 2 Australian Opens in doubles and was a runner-up in the US Open (2000). She is majoring in Sport Management and desires to work in the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Aayushi is excited to be a part of the LINX Camps family as Head Tennis Coach and is looking forward to making new friends and meet new kids.
Chris is a Tennis Coach at LINX, a lifelong player of the game, bringing his expertise and enthusiasm all the way from England. He has won singles and doubles county tournaments in England and played team matches for clubs (Junior Club Champion 2014, 2015, 2016). He has also played on the men’s mixed doubles team in the first division of his club. Chis has experience coaching group lessons and is an LTA level 2 LTA coach. Chris describes his coaching style as, “pretty chilled and fun” and loves to see kids trying their best and most of all enjoy themselves. He likes to use challenges and team games to keep kids interested, competitive and hitting balls as much as possible. He is excited to come to the USA and can’t wait to teach the kids what he’s learned as a player and coach.