A social resource for Algonac Boys Tennis and anyone who is interested in playing tennis in the future.
[08/02/19] First Day of the Clay Township Park and Recreation Tennis went great. Love, Love the enthusiasm of this community. If you haven't enrolled it is not too late.
Hi Tennis Fans,
The deadline to sign up for the tennis classes has been changed to Thursday July 25th. Hurry and sign up if you would like to learn and have fun playing tennis.
If you need to contact me about registration you can email me at [email protected]
ust a reminder that the Summer Algonac Tennis Camp is getting ready to begin. The camp starts on July 30th
The deadline to reserve is July 23rd.
Because of recent health issues I will not be running the camp this summer but I can assure you that Dave Brown is one of the best, if not the best, tennis Pros in Macomb County. This is great privilege to have him running Algonac's tennis camp this summer. Please take advantage of this fantastic opportunity!!!!! Have fun my loyal tennis friends and community.
Hello Tennis Kids,
Gearing up for some fun tennis this summer. Coming out soon the summer tennis camp schedule. It will be posted on facebook or through the Clay Township Park & Recreation center. If you have any preferred requested days and times please post and I will take this into consideration. See you all on the courts!!!!
Clay Township Park & Recreation Tennis Camp
July Tennis Camp Dates: July 11th - 18th (4 sessions)
Get started playing the game you’ll love for life. Lessons concentrate on technique, match play and FUN! Campers must bring racquet to the 1st day of camp. If you need a racquet or have any questions on your child’s level please email
*Note that the classes start on Wednesday, July 11th
Age Level: 9-13 1 hour class (10am -11am)
Class ID 709-018B
Wednesday July 11
Friday July 13
Monday July 16
Wednesday July 18
Age: 14-17 1 hour class (11am – noon)
Class ID 709-018C
Wednesday July 11
Friday July 13
Monday July 16
Wednesday July 18
JR MUSKRATS BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE (Ages 9-14) This class is designed for players with very limited tennis or some tennis skills. Players will be taught groundstrokes (stationary and moving), volleys, serving, how to keep score, court positioning for singles and doubles, Live ball drills with point play to enhance groundstrokes and tennis etiquette.
MUSKRATS JUNIOR CAMP ONE (Ages 14-17) This class offers the highest level of instruction and gives students the opportunity to progress in tennis at a much faster rate than in the regular season. All aspects of the game are covered, including stroke production, singles and doubles strategy, conditioning, and sportsmanship. Classes will include approximately 40 minutes of advanced stroke development through fed-ball drills, 30 minutes of competitive live-ball drills, and 20 minutes of singles & doubles match play. All attempts will be made to pair students by ability level for match play.
Classes will be conducted at “Algonac High School Tennis Courts”
Payment can be made by check or charge card Make & mail checks to Cindy Forth 1731 Shore Club Drive, St. Clair Shores, Michigan 48080 Please write class ID on memo line
To make a credit card payment: Email [email protected]mail.com and I will send you a PayPal invoice requesting payment
Clay Township Parks Commission Registration Please read and sign the accident waiver and release of liability registration form Parent-guardian & Individual Waiver for Adults & Minors Undersigned individual, or parent and natural guardian, or legal guardian does hereby represent that he is, in fact acting in such capacity and agrees to extent permitted by law to save and hold harmless and indemnify each and all of the parties listed below from all liability, loss, cost claim or damage so ever which may be imposed upon or incurred by said parties in this regard on behalf of both the individual minor and the parents or legal guardian as well. Parties: Clay Township, Algonac Community School District, their elected or appointed officials, employees and volunteers, representatives and agents.
Name of Participant Grade and Age _____________________________________________________________ Parent’s Signature Telephone # _______________________________________________________________Address City or Township
[04/02/16] Algonac has 8 beautiful courts. It is a shame that they do not have a tennis team to enjoy these. If anyone is interested in supporting this fantastic life-long sport please contact the Athletic Director and become a coach. It is the most rewarding job!
Algonac Boys Tennis
Need volunteers to make this program a success....
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The absolute best doubles team of all times.
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Bryan Brothers chest bump after winning the Men's Doubles Title!!!
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A nine year old player's perception of minor hockey in Canada.
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Great ad promoting Quick Start Tennis for Kids
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[01/27/13] There will be a short training session for volunteers for the Midwest Youth Tennis on April 22nd at 4:30 at the Algonac Elementary School.
Algonac Boys Tennis's cover photo