Citi Open Junior Summer Tennis Camp RETURNS!
The Citi Open Tennis Tournament is thrilled to announce the 2nd annual Citi Open Summer Tennis Camp, taught by Mid-Atlantic Tennis Hall of Fame Coach, Jack Schore. The Citi Open provides an exclusive and unique experience for junior tennis players to watch and learn from some of the world's best players on site during Washington, D.C.'s prominent tennis event.
The Junior Tennis Camp invites players ages 8 and older to register for this five-day training to be held July 30-August 3 at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center.
WHEN: Monday, July 30- Friday, August 3, 9 AM- 4 PM (M-F)
WHERE: Rock Creek Park Tennis Center during Citi Open
COST: $550/Per Camper. Citi Cardmembers: $545/Per Camper
Each camper will receive:
- Player credentials
- Lunch and snacks (M-F)
- Official player swag bag
- 2 Citi Open Reserved Seat for each session (M-F)
- Exclusive VIP behind-the-scenes activities
- Tournament player hitting sessions
- Player autograph sessions
- Action shot picture taken on Stadium Court
- Coach chalk talks
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.721.9552
"Our son and daughter had a wonderful time at the Citi Open Junior Summer Tennis Camp! When we arrived to pick them up they told us to be certain to immediately sign them up for next summer. The tennis instruction by Jack and his coaching staff was a big plus as well as the lunches in the professional players' lounge"
- Melissa Thornton
"Thank you for the great week of camp. The kids had a great time and our daughter feels that her tennis accelerated quite a bit. She can't wait for next year's camp because she will definitely be back!"
- Robert Eagle
"We are all so grateful for the wonderful experience you provided at the tennis camp. Our son couldn't get his stories out quickly enough...everything ranging from meeting top professional players, eating in the players' lounge, watching matches on the first row of stadium court and the tennis instruction! 15 minutes after arriving home we found ourselves on a court! He's playing so well, and I can't thank you enough."
- Jessica Sullivan