|Personal training (head tennis pro: 1 hour)||105|
|Personal training (master pro: 1 hour)||125|
|Personal training (non-prime-time: 1 hour)||89|
|Personal training (prime-time: 1 hour)||95|
|Split training (head tennis pro: 1 hour)||115|
|Split training (master pro: 1 hour)||125|
|Split training (non-prime-time: 1 hour)||95|
|Split training (prime-time: 1 hour)||102|
Intensive Training Program (ITP)
NYJTL Programming in our community programs — CTP, ACES and FACES. Specifically designed for high performance players, NYJTL has announced the new Intensive Training Program (ITP). Its goal is to improve the skills and tournament play of its participants to compete for NYJTLs advanced training spots and to be able to play at the High School, JTT and College levels.
ITP bridges the gap between recreational community-based programs and elite training. It is a FREE program for participants of NYJTL Community Tennis Program, ACES Afterschool Program, and the Cary Leeds Center FACES (Family and Community Engagement Series).
School Time Tennis Program
School Time Tennis Program (STP) trainings are run by NYJTLs certified coaches with the purpose of instructing Physical Education teachers how to teach the fundamentals of tennis in school, and to provide instructional drills and games to use during physical education time.
At the conclusion of training, each participant receives a set of new rackets and balls to be utilized at their respective school. Teachers are provided with lesson links as well as an online recreational coaches’ guide, that contains development plans for children at the early stages of tennis learning. In addition, upon request, we will send experienced NYJTL tennis coaches for FREE to help with implementing the tennis unit duringthe schoolday.
ACES Afterschool Program
NYJTL runs comprehensive afterschool programming in 28 locations throughout New York City. These programs are funded by our partners at the Department of Youth and Community Development and New York State Education Department. ACES programs provide: Tennis Instruction Academic Support Healthy living Character Education; Multi-Disciplinarv Activities.
NYJTL school-based after school programs offer year-round enrichment, tutoring, tennis, sports, fitness, wellness, and nutrition education, arts programs, character education, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), literacy activities, educational field trips, and access to city-wide tournaments.
WSTC Tennis Programs — We offer a fully integrated pathway of programs for both juniors and adults. Programs range in level from total beginner to professional touring players, and from fun social events to International Competition.
Mini-Camp — Join us for our junior mini-camps;
Platform Tennis Pro Staff:
|Single training (WSTC members)||30|
|Single training (head/senior)||110|
|Single training (non-members)||50|
|Single training (platform: 1 hour)||90|
|Single training (pro staff)||80|
|Single training (pro staff for junior)||70|
|Personal training (head/senior)||100|
|Personal training (platform: 1 hour)||80|
|Personal training (pro staff)||70|
|Personal training (pro staff for junior)||55|
Gotham offers an extensive spectrum of popular programs for all ages and levels at Stadium Tennis Center.
Open seven days a week from 6am to midnight during the indoor season, Stadium has the space to customize tennis packages to meet the needs of players and families. Packages can be set up on a daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly basis.
WTT Rec League — WTT is a mixed-gender recreational tennis league played with a team format in the United States. WTT will then host National Qualifier Playoffs for each league with a minimum of 4 teams, which lead to the National Playoffs. Each team requires a minimum of four players, 2 women and 2 men to play an entire match. Each team has a 15 minute warm up. Home team captain must submit starting lineup to opposing team captain before the start of each set. Each team captain has until the end of the five minute break between sets to submit starting lineup for the next set.
Our programming is broken into three distinct levels Grassroots & Futures, Tournament Leveland The Tournament Team.
Outdoor Season (Summer Programs) — HJTEP offers Summer programming for beginning players and high performance tournament level players. The Beginners Day Camp is offered at Howard Bennett Park and the Tournament Training Camp location is TBD.
Esu Ma'at — Tennis Consultant. Mr. Ma'at is a graduate of our program. Now a USPTA and USTA High Performance-certified teaching professional, he joined our staff in 2002 to ensure effective training of coaches and to develop intermediate and tournament level players. Since 2002, his coaching philosophy has produced over 100 section-ranked, 20 nationally ranked and 24 varsity student athletes on college tennis teams. Mr. Ma'at attended Farleigh Dickinson University on scholarship, where he played #2 Singles for 4 years; the last 2 years he was an All-American. He holds a Masters in Sports Management from Columbia University.
Simone Spigner — Assistant Manager of Tennis Programming. Ms. Spigner, a graduate of HJTEP, is a head coach of entry-level programs for our youngest players. She is a PTR-certified teaching professional with more than 10 years of experience in coaching. She attended South Carolina State University on a 4-year tennis scholarship. Simone was promoted to Assistant Manager of Tennis Programming in 2017.
Junior Development Program (Ages 6-12) — For beginner, advanced beginner and intermediate level players. This program, offered in 1 hour and 1.5 hour sessions, focuses primarily on the nuts and bolts of stroke production. They also emphasize dynamic footwork and live ball drills with quick movements that are essential to developing the complete tennis player. Upon completion of this program, the successful JDP student will have a solid understanding of basic score keeping, a complete tennis game and should be able to maintain baseline rallies;
Advanced Training Program — For advanced and advanced-intermediate level players, the ATP program offers comprehensive training for players involved in, or considering, tournament play. This two hour comprehensive program starts with a dynamic warm-up and concludes with game-based drills and supervised match play. Once all the strokes are honed, our instructors guide students towards constructing points, tactically working through games, and strategizing a match plan through playing sets. Many students who have completed this program can be found playing USTA tournaments and participating on their school tennis teams;
Elite High Performance Training — Our Elite High Performance (EHP) program is by invitation only, and based on talent identification and tryout. EHP1, for our most advanced 12 and over students, will be held Monday-Friday from 5:30-8:00pm and Sunday from 3:00pm-5:00pm. EHP2, which is designed for our most advanced 11 and under students will take place Monday-Friday 3:45-6:00pm and Sunday from 3:00pm-5:00pm. A minimum of three program days is recommended for EHP1 and a minimum of two days is recommended for EHP2.
Summer Programs — Stadium Tennis Center offers a unique array of summer tennis programs designed for tennis players of all levels to experience. Through our partnership with Gotham Tennis Academy, we have assembled some of the most talented, and engaging tennis pros in New York City. Our pros share a passion to work closely with players of all levels and ages.
Private lessons are offered to players of all ages and levels.
|Single training (Mini-Camps)||200|
|Personal training (Head Pro 1 hour)||175|
|Personal training (Master Pro 1 hour)||250|
|Personal training (Staff Pro 1 hour)||150|
|Split training (Head Pro 1 hour)||100|
|Split training (Master Pro 1 hour)||135|
|Split training (Staff Pro 1 hour)||90|