UYT Youth Summer Flex Program (Grades 4th - 12th) 

Why participate in the summer camps?

The team tennis leagues that we run during the spring and fall for middle schoolers, high schoolers, and 4th-6th graders are designed to provide players with opportunities to play more organized tennis and compete in matches. We work to get the players and teams ready for their match competitions and introduce and familiarize them with the team tennis format. We hope and expect that they will gain some technical instruction along the way, but that is not the main purpose.

Our summer camps, in contrast, are the exact opposite. Objective #1 of the summer camps is to teach the students proper fundamental and advanced technique, with more instruction. During each session, players will be assigned to groups based on skill level, and their assigned instructor will teach, refine, and drill proper form and technique for each player depending on his or her needs and the area of focus for that day. We then do short games to practice implementing and solidifying the changes that were worked on. We also spend some time focused on tennis fitness and athleticism. For the players who utilize these camps we see great growth and improvement in their tennis ability. Each week is focused on a different area of tennis, and each day of the week has a different emphasis within that focus, so it is most helpful for players to attend as many days as possible. 

If you would like to participate, please register for the below session bundles according to the number of lessons you would like to be able to sign up for that month. We have also included the specific practice information below for you to refer to, but to sign up for specific practice locations/days/times, you will need to first purchase a bundle, and then you will be sent a separate email and link that will allow you to sign up for the specific practice days/times/locations. 

July Session Bundles  (span across 3 weeks):

July 12th - 29th

Summer Clinics Practice Details:

These locations/days/times are the same every day, Monday-Thursday, starting June 7th and going until July 29th, with no tennis the week of July 5th.
Practices are split into 3 divisions, according to age & skill level:

-Upper Division: Advanced level middle school players and intermediate and advanced level high school players

-Lower Division: Beginner and intermediate level middle school players, beginner level high school players

-Orange Ball: 4th-6th Grade players

Maple Mountain High School

7:00-8:30 AM – Upper Division

8:30-10:00 – Lower Division


Timpview High School

12:30-2:00 - Upper Division

2:00-3:30 - Lower Division

3:30-4:30 - Orange Ball

Provo  High School

Contact Coach Allen

Lakeridge Jr. High

8:00-9:30 – Lower Division

9:30-11:00 – Upper Division

11:00-12:00 – Orange Ball


Canyon View Jr. High

8:00-9:30 – Upper division

9:30-10:30 – Orange Ball

10:30-12:00 – Lower division


Oak Canyon Jr. High

8:00-9:00 – Orange Ball

9:00-10:30 – Lower Division

10:30-12:00 – Upper Division

Pleasant Grove Jr. High

12:30-2:00 – Upper Division

2:00-3:30 – Lower Division

3:30-4:30 – Orange Ball

American Fork Jr. High

8:00-9:30 – Upper Division

9:30-11:00 – Lower Division

11:00-12:00 – Orange Ball


Mountain Ridge Jr. High

8:00-9:00 – Orange Ball

9:00-10:30 – Lower Division

10:30-12:00 – Upper Division

Timberline Middle School

8:00-9:30 – Lower Division

9:30-11:00 – Upper Division

11:00-12:00 – Orange Ball

Lehi Jr. High

8:00-9:30 – Lower Division

9:30-10:30 – Orange Ball

10:30-12:00 – Upper Division

Willowcreek Middle School

3:00-4:30 – Upper Division

4:30-6:00 – Lower Division

Vista Heights Middle School

8:30-10:00 – Upper Division

10:00-11:30 – Lower Division

11:30-12:30 – Orange Ball

Below is a descriptive layout of what each week of the summer flex program will entail. The bundles you purchase are not for any specific week, so you're welcome to sign your child up (through the separate link that will be sent out once you purchase a bundle) for whichever days/weeks that fits your schedule. Since each week and each day have different important subjects covered, it is most helpful to participate in as many days as possible.

Week 5 - Ultimate Singles Strategy,

July 12-15

Week 1 - Groundstroke Mastery,

June 7-10

Learn to master the technique of the foundational shot of tennis--the groundstroke, including topspin, slice, footwork, accuracy, and power.

Week 2 - Pinpoint Power Serves and Returns,

June 14-17

Learn to master the game of Singles Tennis, including styles of play like counter puncher, aggressive baseliner, all-court style, and serve and volley, and how to play against each.

Week 6 - High-Level Review of Weeks 3 & 4, Plus Emphasis on Mental Game
July 19-22

Improve on the most important shot in tennis—the serve, including types of serve, technique, accuracy, power, and Return of Serve.

Week 3 - Complete Net Game,

June 21-24

Week 7 - High-Level Review of Weeks 1, 2, & 5, Plus Emphasis on Mental Game
July 26-29

Learn to dominate at the net and finish points, including volleys, overheads, approach shots, and footwork.

Week 4 - Dominant Doubles Strategy,

June 28-July 1

Learn to master the game of Doubles Tennis, including court positioning, shot selection, teamwork, and offensive and defensive strategies.