DVTA Tennis Camp Activities


8:50-9:00am          Check In

9:00-11:30am         Skill Work (Fun Drills and Practice Games with Low Compression Balls). Various sports played toward the end of the morning session.

Water breaks every 15-minutes

11:30am-12:30pm       Lunch by WAWA at Bryn Mawr Lounge – Please inform us of food allergies.

12:30-3:00pm         Tennis Game Play, Soccer, Kickball, Dodge Ball, Pickelball, etc.

Swimming at Eastern University on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Afternoon as a Option

Monday – Bring a Friend for Free Day

If your child wants to bring a friend, Monday is the day to do it. Please let us know by Friday 12:00 noon of the week prior so we can organize. We would need the friend’s name, Date of Birth, mother or father’s name and a parent cell phone number and email. If the child joins for the week, you will be given a $50 credit.


If your child is enrolled in camp a particular week and would like a private lesson, you can schedule the lesson for after camp through the DVTA office at a reduced rate of $90/hr or $45 per 1/2 Hour. Only applied in a week your child is enrolled in full week of camp.


During each day of camp, campers should report to the front desk and submit the day’s lunch order.


With no more than a 5:1 student/pro ratio, 4:1 Red Ball, campers are organized onto separate courts according to their age and ability. Once on the appropriate court, campers are given instruction on tennis fundamentals, and run drills to practice these techniques with the help of DVTA tennis professionals. We use low compression tennis balls, each age group has their own color, size and weight to help our students achieve success. Clinics are always kept up-beat ensuring that campers are learning athletic skills and technique, while still having fun.


At this age, match play is a stepping stone, preparing students to transition from practicing tennis in a group setting, to playing tennis in more competitive arena such as tournaments or team matches.

In this stress free zone, campers apply techniques taught during group instruction on 36ft, 60ft, and 78ft courts using low compression balls as needed. As they become more comfortable executing proper technique, we begin to add in other components of playing in competitive matches, such as keeping score and calling balls out of bounds.

At the end of the day, matches are used to bring to light good technique and sportsmanship during matches


This year, lunches will be provided in our Lounge by Wawa. Each camper will submit an order for the week. or, if dropping in, one can order at the desk upon arrival. Lunches are only available to full-day campers.


Campers may have the option of recreational swimming outdoors every Tuesday and Thursday at Eastern University’s pool. Along with DVTA counselors, lifeguard supervision is provided during each visit to the pool by Eastern University.

A swim test is required every Tuesday to ensure safety.


Though we are mainly tennis, DVTA feels a better athlete is one who experiences many sports to enhance one’s athleticism. Late morning and early afternoon, our campers will experience soccer, basketball, kickball, Pickleball, dodgeball (with Foam Balls)

This information is believed to be accurate and correct; however, it is subject to change without notice. Contents, course names and descriptions are copyright Tennis Academy.