Elysium Tennis offers a wide range of programs based on varying skill levels. Have a look and see which program best fits your child. For more information or if you have any questions about our Junior programs, contact Dan Morneau at dmorneau@elysiumtennis.com.

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Beginner Programs

For players with little or no tennis experience. They will learn the areas of the court, scorekeeping and all the strokes necessary to play a match. Students will be placed on courts based on skill level.



Designed for students still learning the basics of tennis. They must be focused, willing and able to follow instruction.  The goal for these students is to move into the Developmental Clinic.



Enhance already developed technique and skills. If you are a young player who loves tennis and has the desire to begin competitive play, then this is the group for you.


High School

This group is designed for high school students or students entering into high school that have goals of making their team.  The clinic will focus on doubles strategies, with an emphasis on learning basic positioning skills.  You will learn to compete and play points with a purpose, to not only win but to improve.


Challenger Progam

Designed for Middle School and High School players that have played on their school team and in USTA sanctioned tournaments. These players rally consistently from the baseline, use the correct grips and have a solid foundation. The goals of this group are to continue to enhance development and compete.


Pre-Elite Program

This group is designed for tournament level players. The students in this group are very competitive and committed to training year round. Students will focus on developing strategy and continuing to grow as an all-round player and to climb through the tennis ranks as they get older and continue to compete.


Elite Program

The Junior Elite Program is for the highest ranked Juniors we have at Elysium. The Elite players are dedicated to bettering themselves and are willing to work extremely hard five to seven days a week. Players in the elite program have a top Midwest ranking and are working toward a high USTA National ranking.