|Photo of Winnipeg interschool tennis league|
courtesy of Derek Bramadat.
Tennis Manitoba (TM) has been working vigorously to prepare for the start of a new school year and season of indoor tennis.
This involves training additional community instructors for Progressive Tennis and team play, developing community contacts and networks, and applying for school gymnasium permits for extra programming. Most importantly, TM is building on previous years experience and creating a school/community/business partnership program to help facilitate community clusters (which includes local clubs) of year-long tennis, and a pathway of learning and fun. A flux and flow of school programming to community programming to club programming is the goal. It’s exciting to see recreational tennis activity as well as those who catch a true love of the sport and begin training with high level coaches.
Championing a fun healthy active lifestyle, community connections, affordability and accessibility positions tennis as a wonderful option for families. Age and level appropriate development through the use of Progressive Tennis accelerates the ability to play the game. And team play ensures extra hitting, tactical development and fun with friends. We are keen to introduce families to tennis at a grassroots levels and see play flourish all year. If you would like to see a community cluster and partnerships grow in your area, please give us a shout! You may reach Rob Langan, Manager of Community Tennis Development, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 204.925.5660. You may also visit www.tennismantioba.com for a listing of TM member clubs to begin to discover the programming they offer.
This is an excerpt from the August 2012 issue of the Tennis Manitoba 1st Serve magazine.