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"Great tennis coach!! Kids really enjoyed it. "

Tennis coaching

$50

"Job well done. "

Gurnie a cement tennis court

$500

"Thanks so much Tomas, you communicated well and completed our task at the last minute which was very helpful! "

Play tennis? A 1 hour interview in south melb

$80

"Great coach. Turn up with plenty of balls and a good attitude. Definitely doing more lessons with Ethan. "

Private tennis coaching for one adult.

$40

"Very reliable"

Tennis Hitting partner

$5

"Fantastic job and so efficient "

Wedding of tennis court

$50

What's the average cost of a Tennis Lessons Instructor

$35 - $80

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$35

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$50

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$80

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Why hire a tennis instructor through Airtasker?

What’s more exciting than watching a tennis game? Playing on the court yourself! Finding affordable tennis lessons near you is easy on Airtasker. Whether you’re a sports rookie or an intermediate player, we have plenty of instructors who can help build the skills you need to be a competent tennis player.

A personal tennis instructor gives one-on-one training and support that you can’t get when enrolling in school or community coaching. You can improve your technical and tactical skills at your pace and without the pressure of falling behind. Or if you’re only here to play tennis as a hobby, a Tasker will also help you understand the basics so you can enjoy the sport with your friends!

Playing tennis doesn’t have to be expensive. Just set your budget range and let Taskers provide you competitive offers that won’t let you overspend. You can also confirm the skills and work history of each instructor using our transparent system. This way, you have peace of mind knowing that you are training with the most qualified instructor around the area!

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Top Tennis Lessons related questions

Despite sharing a lot of similar characteristics, tennis and badminton are very much distinct. First, they hit different objects: a yellow-green bouncy ball for tennis and a plastic shuttlecock for badminton. Each sport also follows a different set of game and scoring rules. For tennis, the ball has to bounce before you can receive and hit them back. As for badminton, you are not allowed to drop the shuttlecock to the ground.

It takes an ample amount of time and commitment to become an expert tennis player. Frequent and regular playing can take you at least a year or two to expertly hit the right services and sustain rallies, but it can be shorter for those who are naturally athletic. If you want to go pro and compete with tournaments, it can take about five years to establish your hand-eye coordination, speed, timing, and precision.

It is recommended to bring your racket so you can get used to its weight and structure and play more efficiently in your next match. Tennis balls are also needed, although if you don’t have the time to visit a local store, you can ask your Tasker to bring them to you. On your training day, ensure that you wear comfortable sports gear and the appropriate court shoes so you can move around freely without restrictions.

Definitely! Tennis is a flexible sport that virtually anyone can enjoy, including people with disabilities. Perhaps the most popular version is wheelchair tennis, which follows the traditional rules, only it allows the ball to bounce twice. There are tennis programs for deaf and blind players too, but with a few more safety modifications. Apart from tennis lessons, some personal trainers can conduct special fitness training suitable for their needs and abilities.

Yes! You can also book tennis lessons for kids near you, usually catering to ages ranging from five to 12. Most lessons are combined with fun and developmental activities to effectively capture their attention and further engage them in this sport. It also introduces them to the basic game rules, although at a slower pace and fit for their age and skill level. Here, they will play in smaller courts with smaller rackets! 

Sure! Tennis is an exciting sport that you can enjoy with friends, family, and colleagues. If you belong to a particular group seeking to improve skills and play more efficiently on the court, we can also connect you to nearby Taskers who can lend a hand. Although as a heads up, tennis requires only two players per team. It may be best to keep the group small per session to make the most out of your tennis lesson.

Despite sharing a lot of similar characteristics, tennis and badminton are very much distinct. First, they hit different objects: a yellow-green bouncy ball for tennis and a plastic shuttlecock for badminton. Each sport also follows a different set of game and scoring rules. For tennis, the ball has to bounce before you can receive and hit them back. As for badminton, you are not allowed to drop the shuttlecock to the ground.

It is recommended to bring your racket so you can get used to its weight and structure and play more efficiently in your next match. Tennis balls are also needed, although if you don’t have the time to visit a local store, you can ask your Tasker to bring them to you. On your training day, ensure that you wear comfortable sports gear and the appropriate court shoes so you can move around freely without restrictions.

Yes! You can also book tennis lessons for kids near you, usually catering to ages ranging from five to 12. Most lessons are combined with fun and developmental activities to effectively capture their attention and further engage them in this sport. It also introduces them to the basic game rules, although at a slower pace and fit for their age and skill level. Here, they will play in smaller courts with smaller rackets! 

It takes an ample amount of time and commitment to become an expert tennis player. Frequent and regular playing can take you at least a year or two to expertly hit the right services and sustain rallies, but it can be shorter for those who are naturally athletic. If you want to go pro and compete with tournaments, it can take about five years to establish your hand-eye coordination, speed, timing, and precision.

Definitely! Tennis is a flexible sport that virtually anyone can enjoy, including people with disabilities. Perhaps the most popular version is wheelchair tennis, which follows the traditional rules, only it allows the ball to bounce twice. There are tennis programs for deaf and blind players too, but with a few more safety modifications. Apart from tennis lessons, some personal trainers can conduct special fitness training suitable for their needs and abilities.

Sure! Tennis is an exciting sport that you can enjoy with friends, family, and colleagues. If you belong to a particular group seeking to improve skills and play more efficiently on the court, we can also connect you to nearby Taskers who can lend a hand. Although as a heads up, tennis requires only two players per team. It may be best to keep the group small per session to make the most out of your tennis lesson.

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What do tennis lessons include?

A private tennis lesson helps you fully understand the technical terms and basic rules of tennis. It consists of beginner to advanced activities focused on perfecting the fundamentals, learning proper techniques, and combining hand and foot movements, ensuring that you pick up the racket and stand behind the net as confidently as possible. If you are serious about competing, perhaps locally or nationally, we can also help find highly rated coaches who can help achieve your peak performance! Here are a few things to expect from your tennis lessons:

Beginner tennis lessons

A beginner course is perfect for those who have never stepped on a tennis court. It includes all the fundamental lessons and activities that can help you better understand this fun and exciting sport. To enhance your hand and eye coordination and get more used to the tennis racquet and moving ball, anticipate a lot of catching, tossing, and dribbling exercises. Your instructor also introduces you to basic stroke motions, serving, and tennis footwork that every beginner must learn. After the course, you should be able to serve correctly and respond efficiently to a short rally! 

Advanced tennis lessons

If you have been playing tennis for quite a while now but need more confidence in your skills and playing abilities, you can also turn to Airtasker to find advanced tennis lessons near you. Assess your current skills and weak points, and identify the particular aspects you want to improve and learn. It can be your footwork, balance, forehand or backhand skills, or serve and return shortcomings. Or say you want to get better in rallies, tennis instructors can also run intensive drills and exercises focused on developing your stroke techniques and attack approaches to win a match. 

Why not combine your tennis lessons with other fun activities? Taskers can also hold advanced training for virtually any other sport you want to learn, such as swimming, horse riding, and golf, and more. 

Fitness tennis lessons

Tennis is more than just a fun sport. If you are trying to lose or maintain your weight, it also offers a total body workout that burns hundreds of calories within an hour of playing. For this course, your fitness tennis lessons incorporate special drills and exercises to enhance your core strength and body muscles. Furthermore, they improve your form and balance to steer you away from common sports-related injuries like tennis toe, wrist and ankle strains, back and knee pain. 

To achieve your health goals, you can hire a fitness trainer too! They can conduct at-home exercises, build nutritional plans for you, and also monitor your daily meals.

Recent Tennis Lessons tasks

Tennis lessons

$30

Brunswick VIC, Australia

26th Jun 2022

I want to get regular weekly tennis lessons. This is for personal fitness and not for competitive purposes. - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coach

$88

Dee Why NSW, Australia

24th Jun 2022

We are two tennis players, beginner level and have little skills or knowledge about tennis playing. We look for a coach who is both professional and patient. Mandarin is an essential requirement. We are in northern beaches area.

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$30

Narwee NSW 2209, Australia

20th Jun 2022

2 adults looking to learn tennis, we need an adult tennis instructor to teach us tennis, we have rackets and balls . We are looking for 2:1 sessions on weekly basis - Due date: Flexible

Tennis lesson

$60

Double Bay NSW, Australia

17th Jun 2022

Private tennis lessons for a child on weekends plus court hire - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coach

$30

King Street NSW, Australia

9th Jun 2022

Looking for a coach bit cheaper than the rest or a partner. - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coach for 2 hours in Kew

$80

Kew VIC, Australia

7th Mar 2022

I need a tennis coach to teach me(beginner but have been playing for a month now).

Great training, learned a lot in one session

Tennis coach

$60

Roseville NSW 2069, Australia

27th Jan 2022

Hi, I’m looking for a tennis coach to come to Roseville on a semi regular basis.

Thanks John

Tennis Lesson

$50

Bellevue Hill NSW, Australia

25th Jun 2022

Tennis Lesson - eastern suburb (Cooper Park, Rose Bay, etc) - adult. Thanks - Due date: Flexible

Tennis instructors

$70

Baulkham Hills NSW, Australia

22nd Jun 2022

Exprienced Tennis instructors for 2 almost beginners between 12-1 - Due date: Flexible

Tennis private classes

$45

The Ponds NSW 2769, Australia

20th Jun 2022

I am after a private tennis class fory 10yr old son. - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coaching

$30

Glebe NSW 2037, Australia

16th Jun 2022

Beginner coaching for tennis - Due date: Before Tuesday, 21 June 2022

Looking for a tennis partner

$5

King Street NSW, Australia

9th Jun 2022

Looking for a hitting buddy. Intermediate level - Due date: Flexible

Beginner tennis coach for dad + 9yr old daughter

$65

Indooroopilly QLD, Australia

12th Feb 2022

Dad and 9 yr old daughter. Both have played zero tennis. Absolute beginners. Would like private coaching each week. 30-45mins. Goal is to be able to play a game together. Preference is to hire a court Indooroopilly or nearby Thursday evenings or late Sunday afternoons.

Great coach

Tennis coaches

$40

Templestowe VIC 3106, Australia

26th Jun 2022

Melbourne Tennis coaching needed - Due date: Flexible

Beginners tennis lesson near redfern

$50

Redfern NSW, Australia

25th Jun 2022

Hi Looking for a 1 hour beginners tennis lesson. Happy to travel to a court within 2km of redfern, nsw. For example prince alfred park, university of sydney or moore park. May look for subsequent lessons depending on how lesson goes. - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coaching - adult

$50

Maroubra NSW, Australia

21st Jun 2022

Looking for a tennis coach to help me improve my (beginner) level. Based in the eastern suburbs. Ideally a couple of times per week. - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coach

$90

Croydon VIC 3136, Australia

20th Jun 2022

hi I am looking for a tennis coach come to teach my son tennis , he is 5 year old in ringwood area - Due date: Flexible

Beginners Tennis Class

$50

Surry Hills NSW, Australia

13th Jun 2022

Hello, I would like to learn how to play tennis. I walk by the tennis courts in Albert park nearly everyday and have always been curious with the sport. I'm learning from the very beginning, and don't own a racket or tennis balls (would need to borrow for lesson). I Would like to have an instructor give me an intro class, teaching the basic fundamentals and rules. Hopefully this could become a weekly class. This task is not urgent. I'm flexible with times and days. I'm not sure about price for a lesson, so put as you see fit. Cheers - Due date: Flexible

Tennis coach / instructor for adult group

$160

Breakfast Point NSW, Australia

25th Apr 2022

Looking for a friendly tennis instructor for a small group of beginner level adults for 2 hours at a private grass court. Must provide tennis racquets & balls.

John is a fantastic tennis coach. We had such a lovely morning with him. Although our group are at different levels, he made us all feel comfortable and was very patient. He was punctual, friendly and brought all the gear. Cheers!

Tennis coach for 4 adults

$100

Alexandria NSW, Australia

30th Jan 2022

Tennis lessons for a group of 4 adults for an hour, on an ongoing fortnightly basis. Experience of players range from beginner to intermediate. - Due date: Needs to be done on Sunday, 6th Feb 2022

Awesome energy