Our tennis program offers something for everyone; from beginners to intermediate and advanced players. Any questions about the program should be directed to Ed Eshelman at email@example.com.
Tennis Info by Text
Messages will be sent by Coach Nick
Signing up for text messages from the Tennis Group also automatically signs you up for Emergency notifications that are sent to the club as a whole. It doesn’t work in reverse. Even if you have already signed up for Emergency texts, you will still need to sign up for the group if you want to receive the Tennis specific texts.
To receive text messages you’ll need to register your cell phone(s). You can do so by clicking the link below
OR subscribe directly from your cell phone
Text HHSCTENNIS to 84483 to receive Tennis alerts from Heart of the Hills Swim Club, Inc..
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2017 Tennis Coaches
USPTA Certified, Elite Pro
|Nick has been the Midwest Orange Ball Early Development Lead coach as well as the 14 and under Midwest Cup coach. During Nick’s 10 years as a teaching pro he has instructed beginners to nationally ranked players. He encourages his players to develop a variety of skills on the tennis court and to be able to think and adapt in match play. His philosophy is to develop the athlete on the tennis court and in life.|
|Genevieve is a performance level Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) instructor and has youth tennis experience. She has been playing 17 years and worked her way through the USTA’s competitive tennis as a former #1 player. In the past she was on Oakland University’s Division 1 team. Genevieve enjoys teaching all levels of players with an equal balance of fitness, drills, strategy, and games. She emphasizes all of the skills of tennis to build a stronger game and athlete.|
|Nicholas is currently studying medicine at Wayne State University, with plans on going to medical school in 2019. He played for Rochester High school’s team from 2011-2015 with 3 years at #1 singles and was named an All State player his senior year. Since then, he’s been playing tennis at Wayne State and has been enjoying competitive college tennis while maintaining a heavy academic load.|
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. If you didn’t update during the registration process, please send your current email address to email@example.com.