A Lot Of Tennis Left To Play This Summer

The Ocean City Tennis Center last week hosted its annual Silly Pee Wee Camp for young players. While the camp was largely serious in terms of instruction and competition, there was plenty of time for silliness as show by this crew of happy young players and coaches above.

Submitted photo The Ocean City Tennis Center last week hosted its annual Silly Pee Wee Camp for young players. While the camp was largely serious in terms of instruction and competition, there was plenty of time for silliness as show by this crew of happy young players and coaches above. Submitted photo

OCEAN CITY- With the summer season winding down, the Ocean City Tennis Center has a full slate of activities and events for players of all ages and skill levels scheduled for this fall including the popular youth tennis clinic.

The Ocean City Tennis Center all summer has been hosting a wide variety of events, and with what many regard as the nicest time of year around the resort area, there is still plenty more action planned for the popular facility on 61st Street. The youth tennis clinic is open to boys and girls ages 4-15 and will be held on Tuesday’s beginning September 9.

Players age four to seven will take the courts from 5-6 p.m., and kids from 8-15 will take over from 6-7 p.m. Registration is now open and the cost is $60 for residents and $70 for non-residents.

“Instruction will focus on stroke improvement, game strategies, how to handle high balls and come in for short balls,” said Tennis Center Director Dr. Keith Coleman. “School is starting soon, but September is beautiful in Ocean City and there is a lot more tennis to play.”

The Ocean City Tennis Center will remain open through the end of September. In addition to the youth tennis clinic, the center will offer women’s morning doubles on Tuesday and Friday. The center will also host its annual Labor Day Mixer and the Ocean City Sunfest Open.

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