Yotuh Tennis Camp is a place to be active, a place to make friends and a place for building skills and self-confidence!
Overview of The Program
Under the direction of USPTA Elite Professional Doug Maynard, campers receive professional individualized instruction, including 1:1 time with Doug each day, within a rotational group format based on age and ability.
Over the course of the week, all fundamental aspects of the game are covered in drills, games, and point play for the appropriate skill level.
Campers receive feedback and skill instruction in a comfortable and inclusive atmosphere and staff stress individual improvement over peer comparison.
Instructors emphasize all the character building aspects of tennis and strive to make every student feel important and valued regardless of their level.
The yotuh Tennis Camp schedule is flexible. Families can enroll for one to nine weeks, consecutively or as they choose. Bus transportation is provided from 6 communities across Greater Boston with over 19 stops for easy drop-off and pick-up.
All campers are offered Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy (LKSA) instructional swim twice weekly and participate in free swim under the supervision of trained lifeguards.
Doug Maynard is in his ninth year as Tennis Director at JCC Greater Boston. He is a United States Professional Tennis Association Elite Professional with over thirty years of teaching and coaching experience at the professional, collegiate, interscholastic and club/resort level in North Carolina, Florida and Massachusetts. Previous Tennis Director positions have included The Tennis Club of Palm Beach, Omni Grove Park Inn Resort in Asheville, NC, and the Levine Jewish Community Center in Charlotte, NC. Maynard has trained and coached national junior champions, touring pros in the world’s top 25, and is a former NCAA Big South Conference Coach of the Year. Many junior students have gone on to play at numerous NCAA Division I, II, and III universities including Auburn, Arizona, Clemson, UNC, Virginia, Ohio State, and Wake Forest.
As a player, he is a former North Carolina and Southern Junior Champion and ranked in the top 15 in USTA National Rankings. Doug played collegiately at Ole Miss and the University of North Carolina Asheville, where he was ranked in the nation’s top 15.