What’s the best age to get kids into tennis? 5 years old is the best age for kids to start. When did you start playing? I started tennis when I was 5. Book a tennis lesson with Roger in North Jersey . The general consensus is 4-5 years of age is the best time to get kids started with tennis? Read the Top 10 Developmental Benefits of Children Playing Tennis. Ready to find a pro near you?
So at what age should your child start playing tennis? The consensus answer from all the coaches I know and work with is 5-years-old. If your child is precocious, he or she can even start at age 4. As a coach myself, working with children age 5 is fine if they can focus and enjoy tennis. If your child starts earlier than 4, there is no benefit.
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There are several factors to take into account when determining which racket size to choose for your children. These include racket length, grip size, and your child’s age and height. Children are incredibly unique and different from one another; thus, it can be difficult to say “all 8-year-olds should use this size tennis racket” and so on…
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Tips for Instructing 4 to 7 Year-Olds. If you need some tips for teaching young children between the ages of four and seven how to play tennis, the key is to keep things light and keep things fun. Sure, tennis isn't the easiest sport for young children to learn, but if you start kids right, they're likely to be lifelong players.
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Started playing tennis seriously at 40 because my wife and kids wanted to start playing. Turn 44 this weekend and am a 4.5 now. So there's always hope for progression if you are willing to put in the work.