7201 State Route 8
Brant Lake, NY
12815

phone : 518.494.3213

fax : 518.494.3489

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Camper with racquet back at tennis in front of windscreen showing Point O'Pines logo.

Tennis at Point O’Pines starts with acquiring love for the game and having fun. Our girls have the highest motivation when they love what they are doing.  Instilling love for the game starts and finishes with having fun.

Camper hits the tennis ball on red clay court.

Every instructor at the Point makes sure that each activity is fun for the campers.  Instructors encourage and teach both by example and participating.  They never instruct sitting down. When campers enjoy themselves, they acquire skills better and faster, just as they do in school with a great teacher who motivates them. 

Tennis instructor shows serving form to campers.

Our program starts with a spacious facility with twelve courts, eight featuring red clay and six featuring green Har-Tru.  Our courts are lite for evening play and there is motivational music on every court.  Visitors frequently comment on the difficulty and expense of maintaining excellent clay courts to conditions similar to those at Roland-Garros. Yes, that is true but clay is a comfortable, fun surface and quite enjoyable for both playing and learning.

Campers practice hitting on green Har-Tru courts.

At the Point we have an experienced instructor working with our campers on every court every period. Our instructors are highly qualified not only in playing but experienced in teaching as well. Most of our instructors teach year round and many work during the non-camp season at resorts. 

Tennis instructor and camper show proper tennis serve motion to campers.

Most of our instructors have been working with our campers for many summers.  One of our two Tennis Directors comes to the Point from a tennis career in Mexico where he plays professionally and teaches tennis as a full time career.  He has been at camp for 24 years. Our other Tennis Director hails from Australia where she teaches youth tennis full time when she is not at the Point. She has been at Point O’Pines for ten summers. Most of our tennis instructors have similar non-camp season careers and are mature individuals not only experienced in dealing with young tennis enthusiasts but equally able to motivate the beginner. We love having these instructors motivated to spend their summers at the Point. 

Camper aproaches ball for ground stroke.

Campers who love tennis can build as much tennis into their camp program as they desire.  There is the opportunity for endless instruction, matches and games.  Tennis starts every morning with optional “early bird” instruction before breakfast and ends in the evening under the lights. 

Tennis doubles game handshake showing great sportsmanship.

Our staff is qualified to make recommendations to our families on equipment for our campers and we are delighted to restring rackets and change grips for our enthusiastic campers.

Young campers practicing their tennis.
Tennis coach shows young player how to bounce the ball on her racquet

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