Yes, all students are required to sign one document that contains a Waiver of Liability and a Consent to Record check-mark before beginning any program. This only needs to be signed once and is considered a perpetual agreement with the Bynum Tennis organization. Click here to complete waiver form
As a parent, you can start testing hand-eye coordination with your child as early as 4 years old, simply by tossing the ball to them. We recommend that you interact with your child first using just a tennis ball on a court. Then, progress to letting them handle a racket to hit the ball with a simple bounce and then move further away from them on a daily/weekly basis to see if they can hit the ball. The goal is simply to hit the ball, not to hit over a net in the first few months.
Racket sizes for youth vary from 21" to 27" (full length) which are calibrated for height and weight. Please get the smallest racket possible initially so that your child gets used to handling this without extra weight. As they grow, the tennis racket will grow. Consult with your coaching professional.
There are three types of balls for youth play prior to the 'faster bounce' standard tennis ball:
We believe that ALL students can achieve growth in their game with a curriculum that focuses on the fundamentals:
We have many students and adults who have never played tennis, but wish to learn more. Our programming provides opportunities for every level of player with personalized and original methods/concepts to improver every players game. Consult with the tennis pro prior to starting any program to ensure they are aware of your/your student level of play.