Windsor runs a full programme of Junior Squads through the year with expert coaching for children of all ages. You can sign up online at the following link:
What Squads are there?
Mini Recreational Squad 4-7 years old (Red Ball)
Slower balls, smaller courts and shorter rackets enable players to play the game from the first lesson. Players have fun team based matches and develop good basic technique and great early coordination skills for any sport. Emphasis on fun with a tennis theme in a group environment.
Midi Recreational Squad P4-P7 (Red and Orange Ball)
The next step up from Mini Squads, players use a slightly ball on a larger court an continue their development of tennis strokes with introduction to scoring and team games, as well as keeping a fun and friendly group environment.
Under-18 Recreational Squad Form 1 upwards 12-17 years old
Technical and tactical coaching for Under-18’s who are interested in the game and would like to enhance their skills but are not yet ready to play tournaments. Groups are of similar ability and are ideal for beginners or teenagers returning to tennis that want to improve their overall game.
This programme is designed for those players that want to compete at tournament level.
The Programme has a tiered approach and caters for children who are coached for between 2 and 10 hours a week depending on availability due to schoolwork, etc.
Elite Performance Programme
This programme is designed for those players that want to compete at tournament level and look into achieving a tennis scholarship abroad or straight to the professional circuit. Our programme in recent years has produced the only current female professional tennis player in Northern Ireland Karola Bejenaru (pictured below) as well as Annie and Caitlin McCullough achieving full tennis scholarships in the USA and winning several NCAA awards.