Duta Junior Tennis Academy of Kuala Lumpur

9 12 2007

The Duta Junior Tennis Academy has been around for ages! The Academy has a good group of coaches, headed by former Malaysian player V. Selvam, and they really make tennis fun and exciting. No membership is required and rates are affordable. The Academy is open to all and is conveniently located within the National Tennis Centre (Gelanggang Tenis MSN) in Jalan Duta.

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Raising a racquet at the Duta Junior Tennis Academy!

Group Lessons are offered everyday from Monday to Friday from 5pm to 7pm and on Sat mornings from 8am to 10am. Just for December, extra sessions on Wed & Fri MORNINGS 9.30am to 11am.
First come for the free trial that is offered. Then decide how many times a week you want to send your child. My 8 year old daughter Zuli ‘M’ started in July 07 with two lessons a week.
The great thing is you can replace days you miss and it is easy to do so as lessons are on Mondays through to Saturdays. Attendance is taken at the lessons.

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Hit the ball early!

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Forehand! Backhand!

Lessons are conducted on 3 courts by 3 or 4 coaches.
The 2 hours whiz by as the kids do warm-ups, tennis drills & fun games. The kids also pick up very fast when they learn in a group. This holidays Zuli ‘M’ has progressed to one private lesson & one group lesson a week.

The next stage is the Elite Programme for advanced players.

Lessons for adults are also offered. I am currently taking a group lesson for doubles with Coach Rama.

For more info, click here to visit their website www.tennismalaysia.com or call 603-62015496 or email djta@tm.net.my

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Coach Rama handling the juniors
Coach Rama went supermarket shopping!

Coach Trini with the starter group
Coach Trini “Hit the ball over the net y’all!”

Coach ? with the ready-to-move-on-to-elite group
Coaching the soon-to-move-on-to-Elite group!

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16 12 2007
ttuntennis

Hi. This is good. Maybe you should review all the Tennis Coaching centres/clubs and give them ratings because most times its difficult to decide where is best to send the kids.

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