Join us as we partner up with CVTA and Lake View to host monthly sessions of instructional activity. In these sessions, participants will focus on the introduction of fundamental skills including rules, terminology, and technique. Through the progression of skills, participants will learn and perfect the skills essential for success in tennis. 

Registration starts:

January 1, 2024

Program Information:
Quick-start (7 - 10-year-old)
Held weekly on Thursday

Monthly: February, March, April, May


6:00 PM - 7:00 PM


$40 for Members | $55 for Non-Members

Intermediate (11 - 16-year-old)
Held weekly on Monday

Monthly: February, March, April, May


6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


$60 for Members | $75 for Non-Members

CVTA Registration Form | Lake View Registration Form

Register Online

Financial Assistance:

While we try to make all of our programs affordable, we feel strongly that income should not be a barrier to becoming a member of the Y or participating in any of our programs. Therefore, thanks in large part to our Annual Campaign, we offer financial assistance to anyone in our community whose income doesn’t allow for a gym membership, swim lessons, youth sports, camp, after-school care, and so much more that the YMCA offers. Anyone can apply to receive financial assistance. Eligibility for financial assistance and the amount of financial assistance that can be given is determined on an individual basis. For more information, check our Financial Assistance Page.


Jr. Team Tennis is a league for youth 6 - 18 years of age. Teams will have weekly matches against other teams in the Concho Valley. Intermediate and Advanced divisions are available in 10U, 12U, 14U, and 18U.

Basic knowledge regarding rules and scorekeeping is required. No individual instruction is provided.

Matches are played on Sunday afternoons between 1:00 - 6:00 pm.

Submit the player registration form to the Y.
Payments are paid through UTSA after registration.
San Angelo YMCA Financial Assistance is unable




Cost: $30.00
Paid through USTA

Registration Form