Our goal at Yellow Ball Tennis Camps is to create the best possible tennis camp experience for kids ages 8 to 18. And we know we have the formula right, because we have campers coming back year after year!
From novice to advanced, players find there is something unique and valuable to be gained during our one week tennis camp. The program is flexible and designed to adapt to the needs of each individual. To help us do this effectively, we ask each camper to submit a Player Profile prior to arrival, which provides us with information about skill level and personal goals. With this background data, we're able to fully maximize that player's camp experience from the first serve.
Beginners will be instructed in all the fundamentals of tennis. By the end of the week, they'll be able to play a match and keep score. And the safe bet is we've got them hooked for life!
Advanced players can expect coaching that focuses on the finer points of the game. We ask parents to put us in contact with the primary Tennis Professional working with their child. By collaborating with this coach, we achieve significantly greater improvement throughout the week by reinforcing their current practice plan.
No matter the skill level of the camper when they arrive at Yellow Ball Tennis Camp, they leave with a whole new outlook and demonstrate impressive results.
It's our belief that competition should be enjoyable at all levels, so we've created a feature called the Yellow Ball Tennis Camp 2on2 Challenge. It's a fun, daily event that focuses on improving both singles and doubles match play in a team format. For more information on this program, check out the 2on2 Challenge page.
Team: Xavier Musketeers
Founded in 1831, Xavier University is a Jesuit, Catholic university in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its three colleges offer 78 undergraduate majors, 43 minors and 11 graduate programs to 6,646 total students, including 3,961 undergraduates. The University is the sixth-oldest Catholic university in the nation and one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities nationwide.
XU Assistant Tennis Head Coach: Rutger "Rudy" Vliegenberg
Rudy Vliegenberg is returning as assistant coach for the Xavier University men's and women's tennis teams, as well as being currently enrolled in Xaviers MBA program.
XU Assistant Tennis Head Coach: Jorick Vliegenberg
Tennis has always been Jorick Vliegenberg's passion. Growing up in Mierlo, Holland, it has long been his dream to build a tennis camp together with his brother, Coach Rudy, and this year they are seeing that dream come alive at Xavier University.
Monday July 12 Friday July 16, 2010
Monday July 19 Friday July 23, 2010
Rutger Vliegenberg - 513-368-4437
Yellow Ball Tennis Camp: Mary Herrick - 216-316-9501 secure site. All fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. If for some reason you are unable to attend, 10% of your registration will be deducted to cover the administration fees. No refunds are available once camp has started. When registering online, a receipt number is provided. This number allows immediate access to each camper's Player Packet via the website.
All-Day CampAll-Day Camp: $350 (9:00 am – 5:00 pm)
Second Child Discount: $325
Camp Fee Includes: Instruction, lunch, Yellow Ball Tennis Camp t-shirt , prizes, awards and special guest presentations.
Half-Day CampHalf-Day Camp: $150 (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
Second Child Discount: $125
Camp Fee Includes: Instruction, Yellow Ball Tennis Camp t-shirt , prizes and special guest presentations.
Ages: 8 - 18 • Boys and Girls
Facilities: 6 hard surface outdoor courts
The Xavier University Tennis Courts, located just south of Cintas Center, serve as the on-campus home for the Xavier men's and women's tennis teams. The set of six courts sit at the end of the Victory Parkway Fields.
Monday Thursday / with fun variations
Pro Shop page on our website.
For academic information, visit www.xavier.edu.
For athletic program information, visit http://goxavier.cstv.com.
For more information you may email us through the Contact Us form or call
For more information about Tennis4CHANGE and Cooperation4CHANGE, please visit the website at www.tennis4change.com.
*Photos provided courtesy of Xavier University.Back to top