courts and coach
Jones Bridge has 6 lighted tennis courts, 3 pavilions, grills and picnic areas for viewers.
As of May 2018, Jones Bridge Club has a new dedicated coach in Emily Zabor . She will be coaching almost every team at Jones Bridge as well as running drills, a youth tennis academy and summer camps Read more about her and her academy, Impact Tennis, below.
- Men's ALTA B1, B4, B8, C6
- Women's ALTA A5, B8, C3
- Men's USTA 4.5-, 4.0-, 3.0
- Women's USTA 4.5-, 3.0
- Mixed ALTA A5, A7, B6, C3
- Mixed USTA 6.0, 8.0, 9.0
IMPACT TENNIS academy
Contact: Emily Zabor
The Impact Tennis Academy has a number of classes and options for all ages. Below is a brief summary that will be completed very shortly
- Ages : U7, U10 and older
- Wed @ 5:30 - 6:30pm or 5 - 6:30pm
- Prices to be announced soon
Private Coaching available
- Ages All
- Private sessions: $50/hr
- Semi-Private sessions $25/hr
- B-6 Mixed City Championship
- B-3 Mixed City Championship
- A-7 Women's City Championship
- A-7 Men's City Runner-Ups
- Countless playoff runs, Ultimate and T2 City Champions
- FX Tennis Academy U-18 City Championship
Numerous round robins and member-guest tournaments are held throughout the year as well in club tournaments. Guinness and Tennis is held often when the weather permits on Friday nights for fun tennis of all levels and ages.
Keep an eye on the events page for upcoming events.
Contact: Rebecca McGlothlin
CardioTennis is not a staple of Jones Bridge tennis program. This is open to members and non-members. Classes are Monday nights at 7:15pm and Fridays at 9:30am beginning November 2nd. Classes max at 8 so everyone gets a lot of touches on the ball and a great workout. Fridays also includes an option 10 minute core workout at no additional charge.
What is Cardio Tennis?
Cardio Tennis is a new, fun, group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high-energy workout. Cardio Tennis includes a warm-up, cardio workout, and cool down phases. If you want to find a healthy, new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you ought to try Cardio Tennis.
What are the Benefits?
Participants consistently elevate their heart rates into their aerobic training zone. You can burn more calories than singles or doubles tennis. You get short cycles of high intensity workout and periods of rest, almost like interval training. It is a fun, group activity where players of all abilities enjoy tennis together. While you are "playing" tennis, the primary focus is on getting a great workout.
General Information and Rules
- Thank you for keeping the club clean.
- Please do not form any additional teams before contacting the tennis chairman, or using the contact us form on the website.
- Thank you to Stan Elsner for going out of his way to keep the courts clean!
- NO GLASS CONTAINERS ON THE COURTS!!!
- Used Tennis Balls: Yellow buckets have been setup beside courts 1 and 5 for people in deposit used tennis balls. The balls will be divided between:
- A dog park (Stan Elsner)
- An assisted living home (Erica Dumpel)
- A physical therapy office (Amy Licker)
- So they will all go to a good use plus it will keep the grounds clean and help save the lawn mowers from being damaged. Thank you for your assistance.
It is the intent of Jones Bridge Swim and Racquet Club to allow for the optimum use of the tennis courts in the fairest possible manner. Rules cannot be developed to cover every situation. Therefore, we ask everyone to use common courtesy and observe tennis etiquette. Please read the rules and employ them in the spirit of fair play and good sportsmanship.
All guests must be accompanied by a club member.
Court hours are: 8:00AM to 10:30PM.
If you are the last person on the tennis court, please turn off the lights. If you see the lights on and no one is on the courts, please turn off the lights. Please check to make sure no one else is waiting to use the courts before turning off the lights.
Only regulation tennis shoes are allowed on the courts. Jogging shoes, basketball shoes or shoes with heels are not allowed. Shoes other than regulation tennis shoes will destroy the surface of the courts and cannot be allowed.
Courts are reserved for tennis players only.
All beverages inside the fenced court area must be in a non-glass container (plastic, aluminum, etc.). Beverages in glass containers are allowed outside the fenced court area.
Alcoholic beverages are allowed for adults who are of legal drinking age.
Children (under 10) must be accompanied by an adult member.
When leaving the tennis court:
- Turn off all lights (if there is no one after you)
- Empty the trash/recycle bin on the court
- Put recyclable products in the recycle bin
- Put trash in the trash cans
- Put used tennis balls in the “Recycle Tennis Ball“ container