Offering Tennis Coaching for all ages,
 Mind Training,
 Fitness and Movement Coaching 


 
Tennis Stars group for children aged 3 - 5, it Inspires children to get active and learn tennis in a fun and social environment. sessions are full of activities and fun tennis games to build your child's ABCs ( Ability, Balance and Co ordination)
Matt decided to set up Tennis Tots in the summer of 2015 after noting there were no affordable tennis programs for young children in the Bournemouth area. It is important to Matt that sessions are affordable to all family's only charging £5 per session so that every child can experience tennis at a young age. The main aim of the group is to provide a happy, fun environment to introduce children to tennis.
Sessions will work on improving children's ability, balance, co-ordination, movement, speed, accuracy and fitness with engaging games that they will love

All Tennis rackets are provided, lessons run on Mondays 10.30-11.05 Wednesdays 4.00-4.35pm and Saturdays 9.00-9.35am at Meyrick Park.

it is important to us that classes are affordable for everyone which is why each session is only £5 per child on a flexible pay as you play. The classes run from the picturesque Meyrick Park Tennis Court which is near the Bournemouth bowling club and Meyrick Park cafe , free car parking is available along with the facilities of the Meyrick Park café so you can feel free to get a hot or cold drink and watch your child play!
Sessions are run by former pro tennis player Matt Kinsler. Matt is a fully qualified PTR coach since 2009 and is First Aid qualified and CRB Approved and Insured.


Matt started the group Tennis Tots in summer of 2015 after noticing there were no affordable tennis groups for little ones in the Bournemouth area after the success of Tennis Tots Matt  rebranded the group Tennis Stars and increased the age range of the group to 6 years old. Matt says " The aim of the group is to have fun, lean tennis. it is important to me that children can experience tennis from an early age and that parents can actually afford to get them started in tennis as it can be so expensive to get your child into a good tennis program. The group not only helps develop crucial co-ordination and ball skills but is a fun, happy environment where children can make friends and develop themselves as people as well."