A Better Way to Take Tennis Lessons

Disclosure:  Sponsored post by Global Influence, all opinions are 100% my own.
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Back when I was younger, I had dreams of playing tennis and I remember getting so excited whenever we played tennis in gym. Living in the city though and with younger siblings I didn’t get the chance to play real tennis and had to settle for tennis in gym and my backyard. I loved how simple the game was but still challenging. I was always short and fast and loving running back and forth on the court. Now that I have kids I have introduced my boys to tennis so far and they liked it but not enough for lessons yet. My daughter is still young and I still have hope for her.

Tennis lessons may not be that easy though to find in your area. It also does not seem like a sport either that is really advertised either. Maybe you already have a tennis court your child plays at and just need a new instructor or you think tennis is too costly for your budget. Well now there is a website that offers a better way to take tennis lessons!

Why choose tennis?

  • Fun activity to keep kids active
  • Develops kids hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills
  • Great way to meet people and stay social

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PlayYourCourt offers an easy way to search for an instructor in your area. You search by your zip code, answer a few simple questions so you can be paired with the perfect instructor to meet your specific lesson needs and book your lessons. Once choosing an instructor you should hear back within 24 hours to schedule your lessons at a time and location that’s convenient for you. If you are not satisfied with your lesson, PlayYourCourt offers a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! The CEO and founder actually spent the past six years checking out the best instructors nationwide using reviews from regular people so only the best instructors are offered.


Find a tennis instructor in your area and save $10 off your first lesson using the code MOMANDMORE.

Speak Your Mind



  1. Nataile Brown says:

    I remember playing tennis with my Dad when I was young. Not very well, but it was fun. Now, I’d like my grandson to learn to play too. This is a cool service for when he’s a bit older. Thank-you!

  2. vickie couturier says:

    i think this is a great ideal,,getting started on a program early is good for physical activity early in life

  3. Virginia H says:

    I love tennis. I haven’t played in years and would love to get back into it.

  4. Janet W. says:

    My grandsons have been taking tennis lessons this summer and love it! It’s such a fun lifetime sport to play!