Duluth Indoor Sports Center is the area’s only indoor tennis facility and is the home of the University of Minnesota- Duluth and the College of St. Scholastica tennis programs. The facility features 4 indoor courts. Work on your game individually against our tennis robot or take individual or small group lessons with one of our many highly qualified instructors. There also are several instructional programs for youth tennis players and competitive leagues for adults.
Individual or small group tennis lessons can be scheduled whenever courts are available by calling 218-722-0810.
20% discount for DISC tennis members!
Contact Coach Schaffner to organize your lesson – [email protected]
Players in this lesson will use red dot balls and 36’ courts so they can learn and play the game quickly and develop professional style skills. Curriculum is designed so that children will learn and practice all stroke fundamentals, court positioning, develop a serve, rally and begin point play.
Players in this lesson will use green dot balls and 60’ courts so that they can learn to play the game quickly and develop professional style skills. Kids will learn stroke technique, to use spin, combine shots together with purpose, serve with proper form, approach the net to use volleys & overheads and practice point play and scoring.
Players in this lesson will use green dot balls 78’ (full) courts. Curriculum will vary based on experience and ability, with the goal to develop or refine technique and provide players with the tools to meet their goals. Groupings will be created with consideration of playing ability and age. Emphasis will be placed on skills application in live ball (point play) situations.
This lesson is for players who play on a Junior Varsity (JV) or Varsity high school team and are advanced beginners-intermediates. Players signing up should know how to score and hit all shots.
This lesson is for intermediate-advanced players who play in the top 15-20 of their high school team. Players signing up should know how to hit all shots consistently and are starting to develop strategy.
This lesson is for advanced high school players who are near the top of their high school teams. We will work on strategy and point construction. Additionally, we will explore regional tournament play opportunities in this lesson.