Summer Camp 2017 


 Why Summer Tennis Camp?

Because this is one time in the year that your child has the time to really spend time focusing on one activity. A half day tennis camp is 3 hrs of tennis a day and equals 15 hours a week!! Just to give you a idea, our fall program is 15 weeks long and a typical student will play 1 hour of tennis a week for 15 weeks in our AB program that is from August thru December.  In summer camp, those 15 hrs are completed in 1 week!! Read about OUR NEW SUMMER REFERRAL PROGRAM below!!!!


The curriculum :  In one week of tennis camp, we at Nirus Tennis Academy teach the kids correct stance, grip, swings, footwork, follow-through of forehands, backhands, volleys, overheads and serves. Almost the entire curriculum of an entire Fall Program is covered in 1 week of camp!!! Now, is one week of camp enough to learn this sport? Haha, sadly no.

Is one week of advanced Math tuition enough to learn Math? I guess not.

So, what’s ideal? Ideal is a minimum of 3-4 weeks of camp depending on age spaced apart, so there is no fatigue and burn out. If the child is older than 10, then 4-6 are fine. Younger than 7, I’d suggest 3. But it will also depend on the child and his/her aptitude. In the off camp weeks, sign up for a private lesson or a regular tennis class to keep the momentum going. 


For advanced players or intermediate players, we are able to focus on specialty shots like slice, short angles, passing shorts, drop shots, return of serves, approach shots and way more…. We are able to get them to play friendly matches, games and points. Kids develop camaraderie , friendship, discipline and a chance to learn a wonderful sport of  a lifetime.  We have also added a Math component, to keep their brains working sharp over the summer months. Twice a week, a Math tutor will bring worksheets for kids based on their grade for full day campers. Math will be for 45 minutes only during the lunch hour.

 Keeping fit :Our camp begins with a warm up of running, stretching, hand-eye coordination exercises. We then move on to stroke correction , drills and coaching and progress onto match play. Afternoon session begins with a warm-up but more focus is on match play and games and doubles. We also have a no-bully policy. Kids are made aware that our camps are a warm friendly place that accepts all kids and will not tolerate any bullying of any kind. So sign up for the camps at www.nirustennis.com now and see the  the difference!!!

Nirus Tennis Summer Camps will be held from June 12th to August 11th,2017.

Half day camps are $275 from 9 am to 12 noon and full day camps are $375 from 9 am to 4 pm for the entire week. This cost is for non-members of Kona Kai Swim and Racquet Club. For members, please click link below. The after care is $10/hr and can be included when you pay for the classes. Enroll one week at a time and also avail sibling discount of 10% for the 2nd sibling at https://ntaregistration.sportngin.com/register/form/493811009
Camp Schedule:
Time Activity 9:00 - 9:15 am Warm Up and Stretching
9:15 - 10:30 am Drills and On Court Stroke Training
10:30 - 10:45 am Break;Basketball
10:45 - 12:00 pm Match Play and Points
  12- 2 pm Lunch and indoor games (tennis optional)
​ 2-4 pm Tournament, rallies, instruction, games.

​Summer Referral Program 2017
: We are happy to announce a referral program for our summer tennis camp 2017.
When you refer another camper to our tennis camp and they register for 1 week of camp either half day or full day camp, you will receive a referral fee!! Your friends will need to write your name when they register under “where did you hear about us” in our registration page of our Summer camp.
Half Day Camp referral :When your friend registers for a half day camp or multiple weeks of half day camps, you will get $50 in referral fees. This referral fee will be issued to you on the first day of your friend’s assigned week camp.
Full Day Camp referral :When your friend registers for a full day camp or multiple week full day camps, you will receive $75 referral fees. This referral fee will be issued to you on the first day of your friend’s assigned week camp.