Get in the game at the JCC! Sharpen your skills and have fun on our three outdoor tennis courts. Take a class or private lesson with our tennis pro.

Classes, Camps & Lessons for Children and Adults

Learn the basics, improve your strokes and connect with others who love the game! We offer group classes and individual instruction at every level for both children and adults.

The JCC’s three outdoor tennis courts are located next to the outdoor pool and playground.

To reserve court time, call 617.558.6451. To learn more about private and group lessons, call JCC Tennis Director Doug Maynard at 617.558.6473 or email

Explore Classes and Camps

Tennis Lesson Rates

 CostMember Cost
Tennis Lessons  
30-minute private$55$50
60-minute private$85$80
60-minute semi-private (per player)$55$50
60-minute semi-private (couple- same family)$50$45
Group lesson - 3 players (per player)$40$35
Group less - 4 players (per player)$35$30
5 30-minute private lessons$250$225
5 60-minute private lessons$400$375

For more information on tennis classes, private lessons and tennis camp, contact JCC Tennis Director Doug Maynard at 617.558.6473 or

JCC Specialty Camps

Child playing tennis

Tennis Camp

Tennis Camp

Ages 8-14
Tennis professionals coach campers through drills, games and match play, emphasizing sportsmanship, teamwork and skills enhancement. Includes recreational swim.

Children playing tennis

Swim/Tennis Camp

Swim/Tennis Camp

Ages 5-7
Young campers are introduced to tennis using age-appropriate equipment and court size. Includes swimming and group activities.

Meet Our Pro

Doug Maynard
JCC Tennis Director

Doug Maynard is in his eighth year as the Tennis Director at the JCC. He is a United States Professional Tennis Association Elite Professional with 25 years experience at the professional, collegiate, interscholastic and club/resort level. Doug has trained and coached national junior champions and touring pros. He is a former NCAA Big South Conference Coach of the Year. As a collegiate player at Ole Miss and University of North Carolina Asheville, he was ranked in the nation’s top 15.