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Forget expensive equipment or trekking to the gym! The lessons and drills in the I Got Skills program can be done in your own driveway with a few things that you probably have in your garage.



Coach Evalds Jurans developed this program over years as a professional coach. He’s been recognized and accredited at the highest levels by the Professional Tennis Registry (Master of Tennis).



Kids don’t stick with things unless they’re fun. With the right balance of challenge and progression in our program they almost forget that they’re exercising.



Parents are the best role models. The program is designed for you to be able to participate with your child, while spending valuable time and teaching them to be healthy.

Your Kids Can Learn to Play Tennis, Right From Your Driveway

Street Tennis Club’s training program is the new way to teach your kids tennis fundamentals, while helping them develop confidence, competence, and core athletic skills. All from the comfort of your driveway.

Can Tennis Help Your Kids?

Playing tennis burns more calories than aerobics, inline skating, or cycling, according to studies on caloric expenditures.

Research Shows Tennis is One of the Healthiest Sports For Kids

Reduce Risk Of Disease

People who participate in tennis 3 hours per week cut their risk of death in half from any cause, according to physician Ralph Paffenbarger who studied over 10,000 people over a period of 20 years.

Increase Brain Development

Tennis requires alertness & tactical thinking, it may generate new connections between brain nerves thus promoting continuing development of the brain, reported scientists at the University of Illinois.

Develop Positive Personality Traits

Tennis outperforms golf, inline skating and most other sports in developing positive personality characteristics, according to Dr. Jim Gavin, author of The Exercise Habit.

Do You Want Your Kids To Have The Following Attributes?

Work Ethic

This course focuses on developing skills through repetition. Through repetition we are able to reinforce the value of hard work to kids.


This program will help teach them a since of discipline by putting them on a daily practice routine. And as they become better, they’ll understand that discipline breeds success.


By practicing these games one-on-one with your kids, you help them build a better competitive spirit. This helps them in the long-run when dealing with the ups and downs of our competitive world.

A Real Sense Of Responsibility

By making your kids responsible for all the equipment, staying on top of their practice schedules, and keeping track of their progress, you’ll be improving their overall responsibility skills.

Practice In Managing Adversity

By sticking to the schedule and playing these games even if it’s windy, or too sunny outside, you’ll be teaching your kids to stick to their schedule no matter the adversity.

Fulfillment From Outdoor Activities

Practice In Managing Adversity

Our kids live in a high technology age, where video games, and other technical toys take up most of their time. This program is all about getting our kids active, and teaching them to have fun while getting healthy, and enjoying the fresh air.

If you answered “Yes” to any of the above, then keep reading, because we have just launched a great service that will help teach your kids everything above and even more life-long skills.

The Man Behind Street Tennis Club’s Training Program is a Master Tennis Professional with Years of Experience as a Player & Coach

Coach Evalds Has been recognized as an official Master of Tennis

Coach Evalds is a Certified PTR Master of
Tennis, USSA, & NCACE Level 5 Coach

This Tennis Development Program will Help
Your Kids Learn the Following Skills:

  • Fundamental Physical Skills
  • Basic & Bi-lateral coordination
  • Static & Dynamic Balance
  • Agility, Running, Hopping, Jumping, & Tracking Skills
  • Tactical & Technical Tennis Skills
  • Underhand serve and Return of serve
  • Racket face control
  • Tracking a ball
  • Basic forehand and backhand stroke shapes