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Tennis for All
TTC is a training center open to all
Tennis is a sport that can be enjoyed together by parents and children of three generations, from young children to the elderly. With programs for wheelchair users, the facility offers a wide variety of programs and events to suit the lifestyles of all tennis enthusiasts. We hope you will enjoy the TTC in many different ways.
Quick and easy for everyone! Fun to play tennis!
Lower pressure balls are introduced.
There are three types of low pressure balls recommended by the World Tennis Federation.
By lowering the air pressure of the ball, it has the effect of keeping the bounce low and slowing down the speed of the ball.
This allows even small children to hit the ball in the proper position instead using a ball with a high and difficult bounce. The rallies will continue, and they will be thrilled with the fun of the game of tennis and improve their game.
The balls are available in three types: the red ball, which has 75% less air pressure and is one size larger than the balls used on the professional tour; the orange ball, which has 50% less air pressure; and the green ball, which has 25% less air pressure.
Lessons will be given while enjoying the game with the appropriate ball for each age group and level.
The size of the court will be set appropriately to match the ball.
- The Tennis Training Center was one of the first in Japan to adopt this system, and has accumulated expertise in this area.
Lessons are tailored to each individual student in small groups.
Small-group lessons of no more than 8 students per group
We will provide detailed support in small groups to help each customer achieve his or her goals. Let's enjoy your tennis life together, not only improving your tennis game, but also maintaining your health!
Variety of coaches
Based on the guidelines of each class, a variety of coaches will help you improve your level with attractive lessons. You are sure to find the lesson you are looking for! Lots of fun events!
Lots of fun events!
There are many fun events that even first-time players can participate in, such as tournaments, intergenerational and regional exchange events, and interesting tennis lessons planned by each coach! You can hone your technique and make friends while having fun!
We offer many different events for all ages, from juniors to seniors.
Let's play tennis with "ease and fun"!
Using a ball with less air pressure than a regular tennis ball, even beginners can enjoy playing tennis more easily. It is also gentle on the body, making it an ideal sport for seniors to improve their health. Rakuraku Tennis is the name of a sport that is intended to be "easy and fun" to play. It is also the nickname for "Tennis Xpress," a program launched by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) in 2008 to promote tennis for adult beginners using low-pressure balls.
New 3-Player Tennis
A new form of tennis that is strategic and rally-oriented!
A new 3-player tennis game, adding another player (libero) to doubles! The use of the green ball helps keep the rally going and makes it strategically interesting. Get into the game and enjoy Triples!
Good Morning Kids Tennis and Papamama Tennis
TTC's Starting Program for Families
Held every Sunday morning from 7:45 to 8:55 a.m., "Good Morning Kids Tennis" is TTC's starting program for the whole family. By using sponge balls and balls with slightly reduced air pressure, the children can easily learn to serve, rally, and play the game from an early stage. They will discover the fun of the game that tennis itself has to offer, and naturally start to smile and love to move their bodies. Once your child gets used to the game, Mom and Dad can enjoy "Mom and Dad Tennis" at the same time. Enjoy your early Sunday morning at TTC and have a great day!
PIYO PIYO Short Tennis for Parents and Children
Parents and children experience the joy of tennis together
This event started on Children's Day in 1991 under the supervision of the Kashiwa City Board of Education. Parents and children can experience the fun of tennis together with a sponge ball and a racket appropriate for their height, using a court size that is not too large.