Our Mini and Junior Tennis Programmes

Everyball tennis offers tennis coaching courses and programmes in schools (Community) and clubs (Club and Academy).


Our Community programme reaches out to bring fun tennis experiences to our local primary and secondary schools.

Are you a 'upper' or a 'backer' (when it comes to foot placement on the serve!)

Wish life choices were so simple but on the serve we've got two choices as what to do with the feet!

What are you?  An upper or a backer??

In case you're undecided I explore reasons for each in this post that might help.

Using the legs....

'Use the legs more!'

A fair bit of advice often heard in many a coaching session, but using the legs can mean a number of different things. 

Here, I look at how you can use the legs (specifically the back leg) on your groundstrokes to release the kinetic chain (body segments) through the shot.

What happens when you turn too late?

Too early?

Not at all?

and bang on time?!

Can you guess the Everyball coach in this fantastic 'mash-up' with professional players?

If you have a spare 10 minutes, Everyball player Freddie Jarman has produced a great tennis quiz for this month's Everyball Tennis newsletter and added a great coach 'mash-up' - can you guess the coach who is mashed up with a professional player?


Overcoming the angle of I & R - tennis is back in action today!


Yep, the Angle of Incidence & Reflection is the posh way of saying the ball wants to rebound off the racket at the angle it approaches the racket.

When changing direction (ie: going down-the-line off a cross-court ball) off a slower ball, angling the racket face appropriately is enough - ie: direct the strings down the line and the ball will go down the line assuming a good contact.

If however the ball is faster we have to overcome the A of I & R by:

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Get in touch with us

Everyball Tennis,,,
Halton Tennis Centre
Chestnut End, Halton
Aylesbury HP22 5PD, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1296 623453
Email: info@everyball.net

Welfare and Safeguarding

If you have any concerns regarding your or another's welfare or safety at Halton, please contact, in confidence, our Club Welfare Officer – Tom Mayer: 07771 701629 / tommayer@everyball.net or via the club office.

Documents and policies:

The Halton Child Protection, Vulnerable young adults, Bullying and Whistle blowing policies, as well as Diversity and Inclusion policies are published on the Halton website and copies are available from the office.

Data protection and Privacy

Information and policies relating to privacy, cookies, and data protection are listed here.

The Halton Tennis Centre data protection policy is posted here (pdf download).

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