Welcome to a new look for the University Tennis Academy site. We've updated the booking system to make it easier for you to find the program that best suits you.
You can use the filters to quickly find programs that match a particular day, level, program type, or coach.
Interested in private/semi-private lessons? Get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com!
As of (19/11 @ 11am)
Head Coach Junaid
Wednesday 12pm, 430pm
Elite Coach Karina
Friday 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm
Elite Coach Andy
Monday 1pm, 3pm
Wednesday 1pm, 2pm
Friday 9am, 2pm
Assistant Coach Victor
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your timeslot before booking!
Ball Machine Hire*
Use our latest brand new Slinger Ball Machine to perfect your strokes. One hour of practice will see you hitting over 500 balls and honing in your much needed skills. Many times on offer during the week. Click to see more!
*Must be a current UTA client to use the machine*
Tennis Fit is a high intensity workout with tennis racquets and tennis equipment to music. Participants undergo fitness based activities, with minimal tennis ability or experience required. A great way to keep fit and enjoy a workout with friends whilst improving your fitness and tennis specific movements!
Levels 1, 2 & 3
Please refer to our UTA General Rating System on our "BOOK NOW" page. Scroll to the bottom to see which level suits you. If you are unsure please email us for more clarification.
Social play will involve engaging games, drills and point play situations under the watchful eye of a coach.
This squad is for advanced players only. High intensity training for the competitor already playing or looking to or currently playing Pennant and tournaments.
This player is new to formal coaching or has not played tennis before or this player is still working on hitting the ball consistently into the court from the service line.
This player has had limited experience with stroke development and is still working on getting the ball into play. This player is not yet ready to rally and play points. Needs footwork, co-ordination and judgement improvement.
This player is learning to rally with a coach and with others of similar ability at a slow pace. They need on-court experience with an emphasis on practicing more and continually improving technique and footwork. This player struggles to handle opponents spin, is still learning to serve using the basic technique and is not yet familiar with tactics for point play.
This player can create different spins, rally at a slow-medium pace and is learning to use spin on their serves. Their technique and footwork needs refinement. This player is ready for social competition and needs to develop the tactical and physical components on tennis.
This player has achieved stroke dependability with directional control on moderate shots, but lacks depth, variety and the ability to alter shot distance. This player is beginning to form weapons in their game and knows the basic tactics plays for singles and doubles.
This player has dependable strokes with directional control and the ability to alter depth on shots off both forehand and backhand sides during moderate paced play. This player also has the ability to use lobs, overheads, approach shots and volleys with success. Occasionally forces errors when serving. Points may be lost due to impatience. Teamwork in doubles is evident and consistent.
This player can vary the use of pace and spins, has effective court coverage, can control depth of shots and is able to develop game plans according to strengths and weaknesses. Can hit first serve with power and accuracy and can place the second serve with spin. This player has good shot anticipation and frequently has an outstanding shot or attribute around which their game can be structured.
Competition Level: Pennant