Here's what others have had to say about New England Tennis Holidays.
"Instructors are superior and make it so much fun. Courts are great and indoor option in bad weather can be a life saver. Plus you get beautiful New England."—J.M., Int., September 2009
"I love New England Tennis Holidays. This has been our fourth year and we learn something new every year. The pros make it fun and keep everyone moving and playing. We have a blast every year and will keep coming back."—L.M., Int., September 2009
"Strengths: Great ability of the pros to communicate stroke improvement suggestions, good participant / pro ration, good instuctional ability to make the time enjoyable (to me, learning best happens when enjoying my time at something).
Weakness: It might be fun to have them incorporate some round robin play, with pro staff providing coaching when players switch sides."—D.S., Int., September 2009
"I could only go for one day this year but still got a complete day of instruction, video, exercise, food, and camaraderie. Time was tight this year but I will definitely go back for more and maybe even try their Florida location in the winter!"—L.G., Low Int., September 2009
"I have gone to this camp for 5yrs and will continue to go. Love what I learn and the Pro's!!! It's great."—J.M., Adv. Int., September 2009
"The instruction was excellent. They pack a lot into a five hour day. You get your money's worth."—B.M., Adv., September 2009
"Yet another great visit to New England Tennis Holidays. Our group of ten traveled for a weekend of tennis, fun and yes a touch of relaxation. Many in our group have attended for over 15 years. The pros approach to reinforcing successful ground strokes, volleys and serves proves to be challenging and rewarding. Worth the trip!"—L.M., Int., September 2009
"I think my tennis improved so much during this past weekend camp I can't wait to play again. I found the instructors very talented and encouraging. I would definately make the trip back from NYC to NH. Looking forward to going to the one in FL in the winter. One weaknesses if any is they don't break you down by tennis level personally, I liked this becaused it pushed me more. The condo was also very comfortable place to stay."—J.J., Low Int., September 2009
"I would highly recommend NETH if you are a 4.0 player or below. The instruction is excellent and the pros are very interested in player development. If you are seeking more intense instruction and are looking for 4.0 - 4.5 type of drills, then I would recommend coming with 4 players, so that more individualized court instruction can be catered to this higher level of play.
It was a fun 3 days!"—D.D., Adv. Int., September 2009
"The New England Tennis Holidays is the place to learn appropriate stroke techniques and drills to enjoy and winning tennis. This place offers adults the opportunity to take stock their whole game, going beyond just hitting balls but playing tennis like doing art. You will have the opportunity to watch yourself on video and see what you don't do well and your instructors will help you improve your game.
I have only spent three days at the New England Tennis Holidays, I did not have the opportunity to learn to assess my mental strengths; in other words, going beyond strokes to learn what I can do physically and mentally to play better. I am planning to go back next year."—Y.M., Adv. Int., September 2009
"We loved it! We met nice people, and had great tennis instruction. We have added points our games!We shopped at the outlets, ate well at various restourants and at the hotel breakfast. We will do this again!"—S.G., Int., September 2009
Variable skill level (not under school control). -"—J.H., Adv. Int., September 2009