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Start your junior players young! 

Junior Tennis at Western

Tennis is the number one sport for kids! While playing tennis your child can develop skills like problem-solving, self-discipline, and patience that are known to help kids do better in school.  Plus, tennis is social, safe—less injuries, and is great exercise.

By introducing your children to tennis, you are giving them the opportunity to have a sport they can play and enjoy the rest of their lives. Western offers a comprehensive tennis program for ages 3-18 at all ability levels.


We will make sure your child is placed in the appropriate class. Western always teaches in a positive and encouraging environment with low student to teacher ratios. Check out our summer clinic offerings.


If you have any questions, please contact Drew Schroeder at

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Junior Tennis Clinics 

Junior Tennis Programs


Tennis Clinics


Western Athletic Club offers a comprehensive junior tennis program for ages 3—18 at all ability levels.

Junior tennis clinics are designed in a progressive format to help your child achieve success while also have fun learning tennis. Western’s certified tennis pros have exceptional tennis knowledge and are all Safe Play certified by the USTA.

Session 5: April 1- May 25

Register online through the Court Reserve App or call 513-451-4233.

All clinic participants are required to complete a waiver prior to the start of the first day of clinics. Please click below to download the waiver form.

Junior Walk-On Policy

Junior Tennis Walk-On privilege is offered to junior tennis players who are members of Western Athletic Club and who also are currently enrolled in a junior clinic (all fees paid). Walk-on privilege is also offered to UC Club players in good standing.

Junior Walk-On is defined as the following:

  • Non-reserved play—players cannot reserve a court. If a court is available, players may play on that court without being charged a fee. 

  • Players can walk-on with another junior (who also has Walk-On privileges) or family member(s) of the player and pay no court fees. If a player walks-on with a member or non-member (who does not have Walk-on privileges), court rates apply for that member or non-member and they (member or nonmember) must pay their portion of the court fee.

  • If a court is reserved, all court fees must be paid in accordance with the court rate.

  • Players may be bumped from a Walk-On court if a member wants to reserve that court.

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