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July 29 - August 14, 2024

Adult Low Intermediate Tennis

RMCC Tennis Courts #3, #4 (near RMCC) • 1400 Roosevelt Ave Redwood CityCA  94061 Organized by Red Morton Community Center

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Enjoy top-flight instruction from the staff of Stanford Hall of Famer John Whitlinger and longtime Stanford/USPTA Pro Tom Sarsfield. Youth and adult classes of 3-6 students will consist of six 55 minute lessons. Students provide own rackets.

ADULT LOW INTERMEDIATE TENNIS Special service! Only 3-6 players per class! For players who are consistent on a slow pace rally but needs to develop better depth, directional control, and use of spin. Review and strengthen stroke techniques with more emphasis on basic strategy and tactics.
IMPORTANT: In case of rain, contact the recreation dept. at 650 780-7311 within the hour before scheduled starting time for class status or check with the instructor by visiting WhitlingerSarsfieldTennis.com for contact information. If at any time the instructor is absent, report to the next scheduled lesson for makeup date. NO POSTPONEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE INITIATED BY THE INSTRUCTOR OR THE REC. DEPT. Unless notified to the contrary, make up lessons will be forwarded to the next normal meeting day and time. However, Fridays (for weekday lessons) or Sundays (for weekend lessons) may be used at the instructor’s discretion.
NOTE: If an earlier class is postponed due to rain, all the following classes may also be postponed that day even if the courts become dry.Scroll down for important program information.
Scroll down for important program information.

Students supply their own rackets (no shared equipment).

Activity Secondary Category

Adults (Age 18+)


RMCC Tennis Courts #3, #4 (near RMCC) at Red Morton Park


Thomas Sarsfield


July 29 - August 14, 2024

7:00 PM to 7:55 PM

Monday, Wednesday

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Age and Gender

Ages 15-255 · Co-Ed


RMCC Tennis Courts #3, #4 (near RMCC)

1400 Roosevelt Ave Redwood CityCA  94061

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