Marlboro, NJ (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Centercourt Athletic Club of Marlboro is the latest Centercourt facility to open in New Jersey. The first club, where professional tennis champions such as Justin Gimelstob trained, was in Chatham, NJ.
The USTA designated Centercourt as a Regional Training Center, working to develop the next generation of American tennis champions. And since that time, they have held Regional Training Camps for some of the top junior players from across the Eastern section.
At the CAC Marlboro, there are six brand new hard courts with blended lines, a second floor viewing area with plush sofas, and a fully-equipped fitness room to stay in shape.
But it’s not the facilities that Yevgeny Supeko believes will bring business to the new club he manages. It’s the junior development programs that are focused on children learning and enjoying tennis and reaching their full potential.
“Our rates for season courts are very competitive,” said Supeko. “At the same time, we are a program-driven facility and want to fill our courts with kids and adults.”
Centercourt I program for 3 to 5 year olds emphasises on children learning basic tennis skills and play-based activities with the low compression red balls, 17, 19 or 21 inch racquets and 36 foot courts of 10 and Under Tennis.
Children ages 6 to 8 participate in Centercourt II program, which uses tennis games and rallying to help children hone their mechanics and develop more consistent shots.
Centercourt III & IV program, for ages 8-10, emphasises on strategy and court coverage skills, using orange low compression balls on 60 foot courts.
The goal is to make tennis kid-friendly, and help children advance at a pace that is right for them.
“It’s very important to have every program level-based and interconnected,” said Supeko. “We want children to enjoy tennis and develop skills that will help th
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