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Doubles Night @ MacFarlane will have a different twist than ever before. We will start with a fun group activity featuring doubles drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high energy boost. We play music and have tons of fun while we hit forehands, approaches, volleys, overheads and serves. Right after that we will put the doubles drills to practice playing a game of doubles. Teams will be decided on site according to attendance. We meet every Thursday evening at 6:45pm at McMullen Tennis Center (1000 Edenville Ave Clearwater, FL). Bring a friend on your first lesson, and 2 can play for the price of 1. Family discounts available. Each doubles drill is $15 and 5 lessons for $50. FREE FOR MEMBERS (Please pay at the event) Bring a towel, plenty of water, racquet, and wear a big smile. Hope to see you then, Coach Barbara Soto, PTR, RYS 🎾
Cardio Tennis is a fun group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high energy workout. We play music and have tons of fun while we hit the ball. We meet every Tuesday evening at 7pm or Saturday morning at 10am at MacFarlane Park (1700 MacDill Ave Tampa, FL 33607). Each lesson is $10.00 per player. $40.00 for 5 lessons. Bring a friend on your first lesson, and 2 can play for the price of 1. Family discounts available. (Please pay at the event) Bring a towel, plenty of water, racquet, and wear a big smile. Hope to see you then, Coach Barbara Soto, PTR, RYS 10 & Under Tennis Tennis & Yoga TRX Cardio Tennis
Mcmullen Tennis Center has REOPENED with LIMITED HOURS Courts can only be reserved 24 hours in advance, and only 1 court per person. They cannot reserve courts under TCS Meet up. Courts are reserved under the name of Karen Sherrets and Maryann Fekete. We will play at McMullen on SUNDAY mornings from 10:30 - 12:30 for the time being. Welcome to TCS. We are a SOCIAL tennis group, and have met consistently almost every Sunday for over 10 years. We play Round Robin mixed doubles. There are only a few pretty straightforward guidelines for play. When you arrive, you will be matched with a partner for the first set. We play standard games with ad scoring. At the end of 30 minutes of play, I will blow the whistle. Whichever team is in the lead at that time is the winner. If there is a tie, you will play a tie breaker point. The winners will then move up one court toward court one. The team that does NOT win moves down one court toward court 4. The partners split up to play with the partners that rotate into that court. If there is one extra player, we will rotate in the one extra person on the last court. It there are 2 extra players we will take hearty volunteers to play a set of singles. If there are 3 extra player, the last court will play "Australian" tennis: 2 against one, rotating players every game. Whatever the configuration, it all changes after 30 minutes so that everyone gets to play as much as possible. The most important rule is to enjoy the game and the new friendships made. Many of us round out the afternoon with food at drink at Rumbas on the corner of Gulf to Bay and Keene Road. I hope you will join us for an afternoon of fun.