LET’S GET SOCIAL
Indian tennis is on a high with Sania Mirza reaching the position as no. 1 doubles player in the world while Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupathy & Rohan Boppanna clinching many a grand slam doubles titles and making their mark at the international level. But so far our country failed to foster an internationally noteble singles player. It is here that we come up with a broad project introducing the globally accepted system known as Progressive Tennis for moulding world champions. We are a group of innovators, professionals, ITF certified coaches and tennis enthusiasts joined together under a common roof, solely for promoting the game of tennis in India as well as in Asian Continent.
Schools Tennis Initiative is a national program to provide many students with their first experience of tennis. Regardless of age or skill level, tennis is a fantastic sport that can be enjoyed by everyone. This programme is designed such a way that it will help develop a Physical Literacy in children developing in them fundamental motor skills and coordination and is fun for the students.The focus of this programme is to provide a pathway for all kids in your school to experience tennis as a part of the curriculum through Physical Education Classes, with our assistance. Regardless of age, gender or skill level, tennis is a sport that can be enjoyed by all.
Progressive Tennis is an innovative approach introducing the sport of tennis in a fun and interactive way and ensures immediate success for young players aged 3-12 years. Using modified tennis balls, racquets, nets and courts, young players are properly equipped to enjoy rallies and learn the fundamentals of the game at an early age.
1/2 Court Tennis
Rackets: 17- 21 inch
Low Compression ball (Red ball)
3/4 Court Tennis
Rackets: 22 – 25 inch
50% slower ball (Orange ball)
Full Court Transition
Rackets: 25 – 26 inch
25% slower ball (Green ball)
Childhood obesity and rising inactivity among children threatens the future health of the country and the problem needs to be addressed immediately. Physical literacy is the development of fundamental movement skills (running, jumping, throwing, catching) and fundamental sport skills (agility, balance, coordination) that permit a child to move conﬁdently and with control, in a wide range of physical activity and sport situations. Research shows that without the development of physical literacy, many children and youth withdraw from physical activity and sport and turn to more inactive and unhealthy choices during their leisure time.
To achieve the objective of producing world class tennis players a long term plan was formulated with a successful and cutting edge approach known as Long Term Development Strategy (LTDS). LTDS progresses through 7 stages from a kid’s first exposure to the sport, to being a professional player. It provides a framework for developing physical literacy, physical fitness and competitive ability, using a stage-by-stage approach. LTDS outlines an optimal development plan based on growth, development and maturation for all individuals to participate in tennis.