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Texas Tech Tennis Camps

Lubbock, Texas

By Roger Cox, Editor

Tim Siegel, a former collegiate All American and touring pro, and Todd Petty, a former top-ranked Texas junior, direct these camps on the 12 courts of the Mcleod Tennis Center. The sessions for boys and girls ages 8-17 of all ability levels focus on development skills and good training techniques as well as singles, doubles, and team competition. Campers stay in the university dorms.

Season: June 15-July 17, 2014

Ages: 9-17

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Rates and Reservations

5-day/4-night sessions.

June 15-19 & June 22-26, 2014
Residents: $575/session. Day: $425/session

July 6-10 & July 13-17, 2014
Residents: $575/session. Day: $425/session

Texas Tech Tennis Camps
Texas Tech Athletics
P.O. Box 43021
Lubbock, TX 79409-3021
806-742-3355, ext. 277
Web Link: Texas Tech Tennis Camps

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Here's what others have had to say about Texas Tech Tennis Camps.

  • 4-Ball Rating "Our daughter has attended a few camps and for the cost Texas Tech is hard to beat. So far all of the camps have had the same basic schedule for instruction. Drills in the morning and match play in the afternoons. On court coaches to students has been the best by far at Tech. Our daughter is also impressed that the head coaches are on the courts providing instruction daily and running drills, not just running things from an office."—H.B., Int., June 2013

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