Common questions and answers



Q: I don't have a tennis racket. Can I borrow one for my lesson? 

A: Yes, we have rackets available for rental. While we recommend regular players to buy their own rackets, this service is complimentary.


Q: I am new to this game or come from a different coach. Should I start off with a package or single lesson?

A: We suggest you start off with a single lesson first. If afterwards you don't feel like there is the right connection between you and our coach, then there is an easy way out - simply stop. We do not believe in hard selling.


Q: I have bought a package but recently sustained an injury/illness which keeps me out for more than 3 months. Can I extend the package deadline? 

A: Yes of course, please send us a copy of your doctors report and we will add the missed time on top of the usual six months package validity. 


Q: Do you offer free trial lessons? 

A: No we don't. We do offer free 10min skill level assessments for new players seeking to join a suitable group. 


Q: We are two players on different levels. Can we share a lesson?

A: You can split the lesson in half or share the whole lesson together. Generally we recommend only players on a similar level to share lessons, unless the stronger player is ready to sacrifice a bit of his time and progress for the weaker player. For basket feeding drills it's okay for both players to share the court at the same time.