The Tennis Camps at Harvard (TCH) will host its 17th consecutive summer of fun and instruction for players of all ages and abilities beginning June 11. Co-directed by Harvard’s men’s and women’s head coaches David Fish and Gordon Graham, TCH offers programs for children 4-17 years old, as well as clinics, leagues, and lessons for experienced players of the game.
Since its founding, TCH has come to be known as one of the top day camps around, and last year served more than 1,200 players from the Harvard community and Greater Boston. With the motto “Tennis for Life,” the program draws on qualified instructors, most of whom are college students with advanced tennis playing experience, who are trained in the TCH teaching methodology.
The camp runs in 10 one-week sessions, Monday through Friday, through Aug. 17. Play is held in the Soldiers Field athletic complex, home to 18 outdoor and 11 indoor courts.
For details on programs, registration, and prices, visit http://www.tenniscampsatharvard.com. Sign up before Jan. 15 and receive a discount.