Improve your tennis game starting March 27

Polish up that tennis racket and play tennis!  The SRC is offering three different tennis clinics for players of all skill levels beginning March 27.
 
In the beginning clinic, you will learn the basic fundamentals of tennis including vocabulary to feel comfortable on the court.  Learn to hit a forehand, backhand and serve.

The advanced clinic helps build confidence and technique – some tennis experience is needed.  Practice groundstroke rallying, volleys, overheads and much more.
 
Cardio tennis, new this spring, is a fun group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities the ultimate, high-energy workout!  Lace up your tennis shoes and get a workout.

The cost of the clinics is $30 for SRC members, $35 for non-members and will take place on the WSU tennis courts.  All participants need to bring a racket (available to check out at the SRC) as well as three tennis balls. 

For more information, or to register call 335-UREC or visit the website at http://urec.wsu.edu.

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