UPDATE AS OF 4/25: At this point, tennis teams and clinics are a “go”. We will be holding off on registration though at this time. As we receive information, we will let you know. Please contact Suzanne Tannar at if you have specific questions.

The revised Michigan Stay at Home order allows the following exception:

Individuals may leave their home or place of residence, and travel as necessary:
(1) To engage in outdoor recreational activity, consistent with remainingat least six feet from people from outside the individual’s household.Outdoor recreational activity includes walking, hiking, running,cycling, boating, golfing, or other similar activity, as well as anycomparable activity for those with limited mobility.

Based on this, the tennis nets are back up at the club and available for use by members that have a key to the gate at the East end of the tennis courts. Members interested in a key should contact Suzanne –

2020 Registration Coming Soon!

Tennis programs at Heart of the Hills

Youth Team

Youth ages 8-18 practice and compete against other local swim and tennis clubs.
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Youth Clinics

Three 3-week sessions are offered throughout the summer for children 4-13.
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Ladies Team

Weekly team practices and matches against other Ladies teams from across the area.
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Adult Clinics

Twice weekly clinics throughout the summer to perfect your game for ages 14+.
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Konrad Hsueh

Konrad returns in 2020! He is a motivating coach and mentor who focuses on providing solutions, teaching simplicity in technique, and stressing the fundamentals. He offers positive, supportive instructions that give players the confidence they need to achieve their goals and reach their full potential. He has over 15 years of competitive tennis experience and over 10 years of coaching experience. He loves working with juniors as well as adults.


Stay Informed

Please make sure that the Business Manager has a current email address for you – we save money and time if we can contact you by email if necessary. Updates/corrections can be made by emailing Barbara Geiger at