Juniors Tennis

*All tennis programs are member-only

Brentwood Swim and Tennis prides itself on being one of the best Junior Development Programs in Tennessee. We have an amazing staff of professionals and will go the extra mile to make sure that all our junior players are developing to their full potential. With indoor courts available for the winter we can maintain our program year round while holding 2 USTA tournaments at the facility. We will customize a program for any child incorporating clinics, private lessons, conditioning, and mental toughness.

In 2018, we had 85 players ranked in the top 60 in Tennessee. We had 22 players ranked in the top 100 in the south, and 2 players in the top 50 in the nation.

Notable achievements include:

2015 Tennessee Outstanding Boy Player of the Year – Sam Fischer

2015 Tennessee Most Improved Boy of the Year – Jeffrey Dewald

2016 Tennessee Outstanding Boy Player of the Year - Baylor Sai

2016 Tennessee Outstanding Girl Player of the Year - Ally Bojczuk

2017 Tennessee Outstanding Boy Player of the Year - Andrew Rogers

2017 Tennessee Junior Boy Sportsmanship Award - George Corzine

2018 Tennessee Most Improved Girl of the Year - Reagan Welch

2018 Tennessee Junior Girl Sportsmanship Award - Georgia Fischer


In 2017 we saw Ally Bojczuk go to Notre Dame, Sam Fischer to Alabama, Andrew Rogers to Tennessee, David Skrabit to Lipscomb University, and Nicole Christianson go to Belmont University to continue their playing careers.

In 2018 we saw Somer Henry go to Indiania University and Will Reeves go to Harding University to continue their playing careers.

In the past 8 years we have had 38 players from the Program to go on to play on college tennis teams.

Brentwood and Ravenwood Boy’s and Girl’s High School Tennis Teams have won the State Championships 10 times in the last 8 years. 75% of the players on these teams have trained in our Junior development Program. 

These groups are for junior tennis players competing in USTA tournaments and who are already ranked in the state. There will be a lot of time devoted to correct modern technique, entrance shots, patterns of play, and developing the correct mental focus to compete at a high level. Many of the drills and games will be played under pressure to simulate tournament conditions. Each day we will work on specifics needed to improve the group. There will be an on-court conditioning program each day, video analysis when necessary, plus ongoing evaluations for parents and players. Competitive data will be taken throughout the month and used to map out future areas of need for each individual player. Tournament competition and challenge matches are mandatory. This group will move indoors in November. Indoor court time during the winter for this group is free on a space available basis for additional practice. Level and attitude will determine acceptance into these groups, and they are by invitation only.


These groups are for all players wanting to improve their tennis skills and have fun. Correct modern technique will be taught with many pro-fed drills, rallying, and fun games. The emphasis of these groups is to build an enjoyment for the game and get these players into local tournaments and perhaps middle or high school tennis teams. Tournament competition and challenge matches are encouraged but not required.