JOIN US FOR A SUMMER OF HEALTH, FITNESS AND FUN!
Sign up for youth tennis camps now!
Only $150 per week
Early bird discount - $135 until May 1st
Our week-long camps are staffed by an elite group of tennis professionals who played NCAA Division I college tennis. Our Razorback alumni inspire children to get active while having fun with their friends.
Players of all ages and levels are welcome to our camps and will be placed in small groups based on skill level. Training will fit the individual needs of each player.
Our coaches and camp counselors are mentors who create an environment that provides a social network while promoting a lifestyle health, fitness and fun!
USTA FOUNDATION SPECIAL REPORT: MORE THAN A SPORT—TENNIS, EDUCATION AND HEALTH, is the first nationwide study to compare the education and health profiles of youth tennis participants with participants in other contact and non-contact sports, as well as students who do not participate in sports.
54,048 8th and 10th Graders Surveyed
4,278 Tennis Participants Surveyed
Youth who play tennis:
- 48% get better grades
- 73% are better behaved
- 82% are more community-minded and well rounded
Camp Instruction Includes:
Forehand & Backhand Drills
Spin, Volley & Smash Sessions
Attack & Defense Practices
Round Robin Play
Randall Tyson Recreational Park
4303 Watkins Ave,
Springdale, AR 72762
M-F 8 am–Noon
Session 1: June 18-22 (FULL)
Session 2: June 25-29
Session 3: July 9-13
Session 4: July 16-20
Session 5: July 23-28
Every Friday we will end our camp with a pizza party with prizes and a free t-shirt to every camper.
Class sizes are limited so register early.
Each session is 5 days of tennis (Monday - Friday)
$150 per Session
10% "Early Bird" Discount for Signing up before May 1, 2018
10% Sibling Discount
$20 Multiple Session Discount
Only one discount can be applied to each session
For more information regarding our camps or to schedule private tennis lessons, please contact Shannon or Johan.
Johan den Toom
NexGen Tennis Academy recognizes that the youth in our community have many paths to success and understands the importance of building a strong foundation that supports social and personal development and health throughout life. However, we also recognize that there are also many obstacles along the path that can derail their journey and block them from achieving success.
We are committed to provide the youth with an opportunity to participate in programs that will teach them how to be successful leaders and reach their full potential in life. We will provide an enabling environment that allows them to believe in themselves and their goals.
Through our programs we will educate our youth and create a movement in the community that supports total engagement in sporting activities, health and fitness and to fight against obesity and unhealthy lifestyle.
Tennis is the ideal sport for education and youth development.
- Tennis and educational after-school programs support the core mission of schools by increasing kids’ attachment to school, improving attendance, and thereby helping to improve academic performance.
- Tennis builds discipline, confidence and independent thinking.
- Tennis teaches responsibility, respect and a strong work ethic.
Meet our Team
Played #1 Singles and #1 Doubles for the University of Arkansas
2014 SEC Freshman of the Week; 2014 SEC Community Service Team
2014 and 2015 Lee Spencer Cup award to Women’s Tennis Team
2014, 2015, 2016 Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships
2015, 2016, 2017 NCAA Team Championships
2017 2x SEC Player of the Week
2017 All-SEC Team
2017 NCAA Singles Championships
2017 NCAA Doubles Championships
HIGHEST NCAA DIV I RANKINGS
National Singles ranking: 43
National Doubles ranking: 11
National Team ranking: 14
Regional Singles ranking: 3
Regional Doubles ranking: 1
Regional Team ranking: 2
PRIOR TO COLLEGE
A blue-chip recruit out of Virginia Beach, Virginia… Behind a successful junior career, ranked as high as # 6 in the nation and was either # 1 or # 2 as a junior player in the USTA Mid-Atlantic section for 26 consecutive months… Claimed six top-three finishes at USTA Super National events and was named Hampton Roads All-Sport athlete of the year … Held the # 1 seed at the USTA Girls 16 & Under Clay Court Nationals… As a high school sophomore, completed the first-ever sweep of all three state championship events, claiming the state championship in team competition, individual singles and doubles… For work off the court, was named Outstanding Metro Scholastic women’s player of the year for two consecutive years.
JOHAN DEN TOOM
Played Singles and Doubles for the University of Arkansas
2014 SEC All-Freshman Team
2014 2x SEC Freshman of the Week
2014 Led Team in Overall Singles Victories
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 SEC Player of the Week
2015 Best Doubles Record on the Team
2016 SEC Coaches Classic Doubles Champion
2017 Most Singles Victories in SEC matches
HIGHEST NCAA DIV I RANKINGS
National Team ranking: 12
Regional Team ranking: 3