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Lawn Tennis Regular Coaching Detail

Age Limit – 5 years above

Timings
3.15 to 4.15 PM / 4.00 to 5.00 PM
4.45 to 5.45 PM / 5.30 to 6.30 PM
3.15 to 4.45 PM / 4.30 to 6.00 PM

Timing per batch
(45min + 15min) = 60min Monday /Wednesday/ Friday
(75min + 15min) = 90min Tuesday / Thursday

Fee Details

6 Months
Members : 7500
Non Members : 10500

12 Months
Members : 10000
Non Members : 15000

Facilities & TimingsAnnual ScheduleAchievementsCommittee

Spectators and fans of the sport – be aware. Soon we expect one of our champions to take Indian Tennis by storm.

  • Our tennis infrastructure consists of 3 well maintained hard tennis courts.
  • To facilitate playing during night, all the courts have high quality flood lights.

Playing Hours:
Morning Session Members Only
Timings:
7:00 am – 10:30 am (Weekdays)
7:00 am 11:00 am (Sundays & Public Holidays)

Court Reservations:
Hourly Reservations
Timings:
10:00 am 2:00 pm (Weekdays)
11:00 am 2:00 pm (Sundays & Public Holidays)

Flood Light Reservations:
Timings:
7:00 pm 8:00 pm
8:00 pm 9:00 pm
9:00 pm 10:00 pm

June to May: Regular Coaching
Monday to Friday (150 Trainees)
Timings:
3:30 pm 5:00 pm
5:00 pm 6:30 pm

June to May: Special Coaching
Monday to Wednesday – Friday (20 Trainees)
Timings:
6:30 pm 8:00 pm

Annual Tournaments
Annual Internal Tournament (February) ‘Dada Khanolkar Scholarship’ for Promising Upcoming Player of the year is awarded during this tournament
ITF Women’s Tennis Tournament

  • Our State & National Ranked players Miss Tanvi Shah, Miss Shraddha Dali & Miss Madhuri Patere are outperforming their opponents in every tournament they play.
  • Miss Tanvi Shah is currently ranked No. 1 at the State as well as National Level in the U-16 age group.
  • Miss Tanvi Shah has also been selected to represent India in the Federation Cup to be held in Malaysia.
  • Our heartiest congratulations to Mrs. Sheetal Iyer for becoming Asia’s First Woman Referee to be appointed by International Tennis Federation ( ITF ) to officiate as a neutral referee for a Davis Cup Tie between Pacific Islands & Pakistan to be held at Apia, Western Samoa.
  • Nitin Kannamwar became the first Indian to officiate the Mens Final at Wimbledon. He has also officiated at French Open, Australian Open, US Open as well as the Asian Games.
  • Payal Jain was also selected to officiate at Wimbledon.
The Tennis Department has its representation with Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis Association the sole controlling and governing body for the game of Tennis in Maharashtra.

Tennis Secretary
Mr. Yogesh Parulekar

Tennis Member
Mr. Sanjeev Mahadeokar

Tennis Sub Committee

Pushkraj Chavan
Chandrakant Raut
Rajiv Gulgule
Vishal Edwankar
Narendra Kedia
Mr. Kshitij Vedak