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W,elcome to the BumbleBee Tennis blogs! This page will be updated periodically with the latest insight from our team on a wide range of topics such as: Skill Building Techniques, Tennis Technology, Online Class Registration, & Injury Prevention exercises.

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  1. Summer 2017 Tennis Programs

    We hope you’re enjoying the Spring season as much as we are. Besides some extreme heat and a few rainy days, it’s been amazing weather for out door tennis this year.

    We’re super excited to announce that our Summer schedule has been posted online. For our Adult Group Classes, an Advanced Beginner Class has been added. This class level will help Beginner students excel with the basic tennis swings at a fun and comfortable pace. If you’re looking for Private Lessons this Summer and don’t see a time listed that you’d like, just email us your request and we’ll be glad to schedule it for you.

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    Spring 2017 Tennis Programs Spring 2017 Tennis Programs

    This year we’ll continue our tennis programs at Astoria Park in Queens and at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn. Our classes and lessons will be offered from April through November and a NYC tennis permit is not required to participate in our classes. Just register online and bring your racket!

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