Our youth tennis programs teach the game and sportsmanship while having fun!

At Florida Tennis Center, our youth tennis programs are where the foundation begins. Our teaching pros are very experienced in educating kids from the basics to how to approach tournament play and everything in-between. We fully believe in ensuring youth tennis players learn more than just how to swing a racket. They look to build young players so that they will know how to find great enjoyment from the sport for their entire lives.

Players will be grouped together by age & level. Groups will develop groundstrokes, serves, volleys and footwork through strategic drills and games in a fun energetic atmosphere.

Fall Academy 2023

Starting September 4th

This is a tournament level program for players who compete regularly and are looking to improve their Ranking/Level/UTR.

Monday/Wednesday        5:00 – 6:30pm

$250 per session

Sept 4th – Sept 27th

Oct 2nd – Oct25th

Oct 30th – Nov 23rd

Nov 27th – Dec 20th

Registration Required

Call 386-671-8901 or Email


Junior Development

Mondays/Wednesday 6:30-7:30

September 4th – September 27th

October 2nd – October 25th

October 30th – November 23rd

November 27th – December 20th


$125 per session


Florida Tennis Center

1Deuce Ct Daytona Beach FL, 32124

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    The first step to enjoying the game is learning the game. At Florida Tennis Center, we have programs to teach children the basics of the game, proper technique and good sportsmanship.

    •  Individual Lessons
    •  Group Lessons
    •  Junior Academy for high level competitive players
    •  Summer and Holiday camps

    For most people, playing the game is enough. After learning proper technique, rules and good sportsmanship, you are fully equipped to enjoy the game and stay fit while having fun.

    •  Arrange a Match

    Many kids learn very quickly and after they get the basics down and start enjoying playing the game, they want to prove their skills. Competing with peers is fun and improves your game.

    •  Junior Tournaments