At Vista tennis lessons we are dedicated to help you become the player you want to be. Our tennis lessons are safe, affordable and educational. Our roster of instructors at Vista tennis lessons are highly motivated to help you get the results you desire. We believe in an educational approach to teaching where we focus on the fundamentals of the game and help our students understand the concepts of our teaching. Our Vista tennis lessons instructors are hired based on their ability to teach with a positive attitude and make learning fun. You can try one lesson with us or you can purchase a package of lessons. We offer kids camps, junior clinics as well as semi-private lessons. For information on prices and setting up your first lesson contact one of our customer service representatives.

Why Chose Vista Tennis Lessons?

  1. We come to you! If have your own tennis court, or have a tennis court in your community we will come to you. We won’t make you drive 30 minutes for your tennis lesson like some companies do. We have staff in your community so it makes for an easy match!
  2. Safe, Qualified instructors– Our tennis instructors at Vista tennis lessons all go through an intensive evaluation process before being hired. We look for instructors who are positive, experienced and good with beginners. After speaking with one of our representatives, we will match the best instructor to fit your needs. If you’re not satisfied with the choice we provided, we will refund your money.
  3. Proven results- we pride ourselves by the comments and reviews of our students. We have received numerous positive feedback about our coaching staff and we will continue to provide high level of instruction to our new students.

Vista Tennis Lessons Tennis Tip: What racquet should I buy?

A lot of our students at Vista tennis lessons are new to the game and don’t have a racquet. We get the question asked a lot, “What racquet should I buy”? The easiest answer is, “the one with the right price!” All joking aside, the best advice we can give you is to find the racquet that fits you best. If you’re not sure which one is the best for you, have your tennis instructor give you help on which one to buy. Some of the things your tennis instructor will talk to you about when buying a racquet is head size, string pattern, grip size and weight. Typically, beginners will need a larger framed racquet that is lighter. Your grip size should be small (4 3/8) so you can control the racquet. The string pattern should be open, meaning the strings are spread apart so you can create easier power. If you are an advanced player you will want a stiff framed, heavy racquet with a closed string pattern because you have a fast swing speed. For junior tennis players all the racquets have an age requirement on them so it’s easy to figure out which one to buy. We recommend getting a new racquet every 3-5 years as the technology of racquets keep improving and will only help your game get better.