Nike Tennis Camp at Duke University
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The North Carolina tennis camp at Duke University is a summer tennis camp for kids. With overnight and day camp options, plus All Skills, Tournament Training, and High School programs.
This junior tennis in Durham is a great fit for all, it provides the ideal environment to learn from some of the best collegiate coaches and players in the country and compete against your peers
- Instruction from Duke Men's and Women's Tennis Coaches
- 5-6 hours tennis training daily with stroke technique, point play and strategy
- Fun evening activities including movie night, pizza night and field games for overnight campers
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Co-Director Jamie Ashworth
One of the winningest women's tennis coaches in the nation, Jamie Ashworth has led the Blue Devils to new heights. Ashworth is going into his 21st year as Duke University's Head Coach for the Women's Tennis program.View Jamie Ashworth's Bio ⟩
Since becoming the head coach in 1997, he has led the program to 14 20-win seasons and 20 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Under his guidance in 2009, the Blue Devils reached the pinnacle of success as they captured the program’s first NCAA Championship. Over the past 20 years at the helm of the program, he has led Duke to a 446-115 (.795) overall record and a 162-37 (.814) ACC mark, while advancing to the NCAA semifinals eight times, NCAA Championship match twice and notching ACC Tournament Championships on eight occasions.
Following the 2014 NCAA Team Championships, Ashworth was named the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year, as voted on by his peers. He is also a two-time ACC Coach of the Year (2001 & 2003) recipient and five-time ITA Regional Coach of the Year (2000, 2003, 2008, 2011 & 2014).
Duke’s success under Ashworth continued in 2016, as the team once again qualified for the NCAA Tournament and played into the second round, marking the Blue Devils’ 20th-consecutive appearance in the national competition with Ashworth at the helm. Overall, Duke concluded the season with a 19-7 ledger, while also compiling an 11-3 record against ACC competition. The Blue Devils reached double-digit conference wins for the third straight season and the sixth time in eight years. Ashworth, who once again led the Blue Devils to the ITA National Team Indoor Championships, helped guide Duke to a final ranking of 14th in the nation.
Individually, Duke placed a conference-best five competitors on the All-ACC list, with Beatrice Capra garnering recognition for the fourth time in her career. Duke leads all other programs in the conference with 104 All-ACC selections. Capra also garnered Carolina Region Senior Player of the Year honors for her efforts throughout the season. The Blue Devils were well represented in the singles and doubles rankings as well, with no fewer than three singles players and two doubles pairs appearing among those ranked in the national poll during the 2016 campaign.
The 2015 season saw Ashworth once again guide the Blue Devils to the NCAA Tennis Championships tournament, where the team played into the second round of the event. Overall, Duke earned a record of 17-10, the 19th straight season the Blue Devils compiled a winning record under Ashworth's guidance. In addition, Duke amassed a conference mark of 11-3, the fifth time in seven years the Blue Devils earned double-digit victories against ACC foes. The Ashworth-led Blue Devils also earned a berth into the ITA National Team Indoor Championships earlier in the year after opening the dual match season with back-to-back wins during the ITA Kickoff Weekend in Durham, N.C.
Multiple Blue Devils saw success individually as well in 2015, with Duke placing three players on the All-ACC team, including four-time honoree, Ester Goldfeld. Three Blue Devils also remained stalwart representatives among the nationally ranked singles players in the country, with all three concluding the year within the top 100. Two doubles pairs also finished the season among the top 60 ranked pairs in the nation. Under Ashworth's tutelage, freshman Samantha Harris earned ITA Carolina Region Rookie of the Year honors. Ashworth's continued emphasis on academics was also made evident by three Blue Devils earning spots on the All-ACC academic team.
In 2014, Ashworth once again led the Blue Devils to the NCAA Tennis Championships tournament, marking the team’s 18th consecutive trip to the national tournament during his tenure. Duke reached the quarterfinal round for the 12th time with Ashworth as head coach. The Blue Devils bounced back from an injury plagued 2012-13 season by posting a 27-5 overall record and an 11-3 conference mark. Duke opened 2014 with eight consecutive wins, four of which came during the ITA National Team Indoor Championships, where the Blue Devils earned the second ITA National Team Indoor Championship title in program history in a hard-fought contest against No. 5 UCLA. Although Duke was recognized nationally throughout the year, the Blue Devils jumped to No. 1 following their showing in the tournament, a ranking the team held for five consecutive weeks from March 18 through April 15.
Individually, three singles players ranked among the top 35 in the nation at the conclusion of the season, and four doubles pairs appeared in the top-80 of the nationally ranked doubles teams. Three All-America honors were also earned by members of the Duke team, in addition to three All-ACC accolades in 2014. With Ashworth’s assistance Hanna Mar earned the ITA Carolina Region Senior Player of the Year award following a stellar senior campaign. In addition, Mar received the Most Outstanding Player honor at the conclusion of the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, during which she remained undefeated and clinched Duke’s team title by securing the final singles point in a hotly-contested match against UCLA.
The 2013 season marked Duke’s 17th consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament with Ashworth at the helm, as the Blue Devils reached the round of 16 for the sixth time in as many years. Ashworth guided an injury-plagued Blue Devils squad to a 16-10 overall record and 5-5 ACC ledger. The Blue Devils closed the season with a 14th-place ranking on the ITA list. In addition to the team ranking, the Blue Devils also posted four singles players and four doubles pairs on the list. Three members of the Blue Devil squad garnered All-ACC honors, the 31st, 32nd and 33rd players to earn such an honor during Ashworth’s tenure.
In 2012, Ashworth led Duke to a 29-3 (.906) record overall to become the ACC’s all-time wins leader. Duke finished 11-0 in the ACC to become the first team in ACC history to have a perfect 11-0 record and win the ACC tournament in the same season. The team’s 29 wins tied the 2009 national championship team for the second most in a season, while the Blue Devils also tied the 2009 team for the second-longest winning streak in program history with 18 straight victories. The 2012 campaign was the fifth straight 20-win season for the program, and the eighth time that the Blue Devils reached the 25-win plateau during Ashworth’s tenure. The Blue Devils reached the NCAA semifinals for the eighth time in program history, and finished the season listed No. 3 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s final team rankings for the second consecutive year. The Blue Devils ended the season with six players ranked in the final ITA poll, four players named to the All-ACC team, and freshman Beatrice Capra honored as ACC Player of the Year.
The 2011 season saw Ashworth lead the program to its third straight quarterfinal appearance and the 16th overall in the NCAA Championships. The Blue Devils finished the season ranked No. 3, and had all six singles players and four teams of doubles in the final ITA rankings. Nadine Fahoum, Rachel Kahan, Ellah Nze and Reka Zsilinszka were All-ACC selections. Kahan was named ACC Freshman of the Year, while Nze and Zsilinszka each concluded their college careers with four consecutive All-ACC honors.
In 2010, Ashworth reached another milestone in his career as he garnered his 300th career victory when the Blue Devils blanked ACC foe NC State 7-0 on Feb. 25, 2010. Duke posted a 22-8 overall record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. Duke also landed four players on the All-ACC Academic team.
Under Ashworth’s guidance in 2009, Duke posted 29-3 overall record and finished the year on an 18-match win streak after blanking California 4-0 in the national title match. Both numbers rank second all-time in Duke tennis history.
Just a week after capturing the team title, Ashworth helped mentor Blue Devil freshman Mallory Cecil to the NCAA Individual Singles Championship and a No. 1 national ranking. Under his watch, Cecil, Ellah Nze and Reka Zsilinszka all captured All-America honors for singles, while Cecil was named the ITA Player of the Year. Duke was equally impressive in the classroom in 2008-09, landing an ACC-best five players on the All-ACC Academic team.
In addition to the NCAA title, the Blue Devils captured a share of the ACC regular season title and won the ACC Tournament Championship in thrilling fashion. Five Blue Devils earned at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament and seven players were ranked in the final ITA national poll.
In 2007-08, Ashworth helped put Duke back in the forefront of the nation’s best teams, leading the Blue Devils to a 20-5 overall record and a runner-up finish in the ACC. Ranked ninth in the final national poll, Duke reached the NCAA Tournament for the 19th straight year and the 20th time overall. The Blue Devils advanced to the round of 16 as a team and had three individuals capture All-America honors after earning spots in the individuals tournament round of 16.
The 2006-07 campaign saw Duke go 12-10 (5-6 ACC) and reach the NCAA Tournament for the 18th straight year and 19th time overall. The Blue Devils finished the season with a national ranking of No. 21, led by sophomore Melissa Mang, who received All-ACC recognition for the second straight year, and freshman Amanda Granson, who led the squad in singles wins (23), dual match victories (15) and ACC triumphs (eight).
In 2005-06, Ashworth rounded out a decade as the head coach of the women’s tennis program. His 10th year saw the Blue Devils go 20-8 overall and 9-1 in ACC play. Mang became the sixth Blue Devil freshman overall and third under Ashworth (Ansley Cargill, 2001; Kelly McCain, 2002) to receive ACC Rookie of the Year honors, as she also received All-ACC accolades along with Bercek and Jackie Carleton. Bercek and Carleton each received bids to the NCAA Singles Championships and Bercek garnered her third career All-America nod. The Blue Devils ended the campaign ranked ninth in the country.
After serving as a Duke assistant coach from 1994-95 through 1996-97, Ashworth took over the head coaching reigns on March 20, 1997, and paced Duke to a 12-1 overall record and a 4-0 conference mark to wrap up the season.
In his first full year as a head coach (1997-98), Ashworth led Duke to 27 wins, then a school record, the school’s 11th consecutive ACC regular season and tournament titles, Duke’s best final national ranking at No. 2, its third consecutive Final Four and the program’s first appearance in the NCAA title match.
The 1998-99 season was no letdown as he guided Duke to 27 wins, its 12th consecutive ACC regular season and tournament titles, its fourth straight NCAA semifinal appearance and a final No. 3 national ranking.
In 1999-2000, Ashworth guided a young Blue Devil team to a 23-6 record, a 13th consecutive ACC Tournament title and a Sweet 16 NCAA finish. The following campaign (2000-01) saw Ashworth lead the Blue Devils to 27 victories and an Elite Eight NCAA finish, along with Duke’s 14th consecutive ACC Championship and an undefeated 8-0 ACC regular season mark.
In 2001-02, Duke posted a 25-5 overall record and won the ACC regular season title with an 8-0 mark. In 2002-03, Ashworth led the Blue Devils back to the NCAA Final Four, tied an ACC record with 30 victories, won the ACC regular season and tournament titles, and claimed the National Team Indoor Championship. With one of his youngest teams in his coaching history, Ashworth led Duke to the Elite Eight and a 22-5 mark in 2003-04.
During Ashworth’s term as the assistant coach, the Blue Devils recorded a 59-13 overall record and a perfect 20-0 ACC mark. In his first year as an assistant in1994-95, Duke went 22-6, advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals and finished the year ranked No. 7. In 1995-96, he helped pace Duke to a 25-4 mark (then a school record for wins in a season), a trip to the NCAA Final Four and a national ranking of No. 3. In 1996-97, Duke advanced to its second straight NCAA Final Four, finishing the year third in the nation, once again.
Ashworth has coached 34 different All-ACC selections and 26 different All-America honorees, two national champions and four collegiate grand slam champions during his stint with the Blue Devils. That list that includes four-time All-America and 1998 NCAA singles national champion, Vanessa Webb, who is Duke tennis’ only Honda Award winner and Olympian.
A 1994 speech communication graduate of Maryland, Ashworth was a four-year letterwinner for the Terrapins and served as a captain of the team his junior and senior years. He recently served on the ITA Board of Directors for the fifth year and just finished his sixth year on the Division I Women’s Tennis Operating Committee.
A native of Amherst, N.H., Ashworth resides with his wife Caylan, his son Bryce and his daughter Molly in Durham.
2023 CAMP DATES
- June 12-15 (Day Only)
- June 19-22 (Day Only) *Camp will run on Monday 6/19
- July 2-6 (Overnight & High School Only)
We offer Overnight and Day (8:30am-4:30pm) camps for boys and girls of all skill levels.
All sessions are open to players of all abilities unless otherwise noted. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.
- All Skills Program: The All Skills program is designed for tennis players of any skill level and background. Campers will learn fundamentals and improve upon their game.
- Tournament Training Program: The tournament training program is designed for tournament-level and ranked players looking to improve their tournament results, learn winning strategies, and work on mental toughness.
- High School Program: The High School Training Camp week is for players, ages 13-18, who are currently on their high school team and want to move up the ladder or those planning on making the high school team. Throughout the week, the focus shifts between the technical, tactical, physical, and mental aspects of tennis. Mornings focus on the technique while afternoons are geared towards match-play situations.
- Day Camp Check-in: Campers will check in at 8:30am
- Check-in Location by Week:
- Week 2: East Campus tennis courts, Brodie Gym Dr, Durham, NC 27708. There will be a tent and signs directing you!
- Week 3: East Campus tennis courts, Brodie Gym Dr, Durham, NC 27708. There will be a tent and signs directing you!
- Day Camp Check-out: Campers will check out at 4:30pm daily at the tennis courts
- Day Camp Program: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm
- Overnight Check-in: Overnight campers will check in at 1:30pm on Sunday
- Overnight Check-out: Overnight campers will check out on Thursday at 12:00pm.
- Overnight Campers: All meals are included. Meals start with dinner on the first day and end with breakfast on the last day
- Day Campers: Lunch is included
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE FEE?
- Instruction: Daily tennis training, morning and afternoon sessions
- Overnight campers: Dormitory housing on campus and all meals are provided
- Supervision: Staff members reside in rooms strategically placed throughout the dorm to provide optimal supervision and participate in all activities
- Camp T-shirt & Prizes: All campers receive a Nike Tennis Camps t-shirt and prizes
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT, & FACILITY
- Ratio: 6:1 camper-to-coach ratio
- Groupings: Campers are grouped by age, ability, and experience
- Equipment Needed: All campers must bring a tennis racquet, tennis shoes, and a water bottle
- Facility: Campers will train at Duke University's Ambler Tennis Stadium on West Campus
- Inclement Weather Plan: We do not have access to indoor tennis courts in 2022. In the case of rain, campers will move indoors for film analysis, tennis-related games, or other activities.
- Medical Protocol: Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital
The information below is based on previous years and is subject to change each year. Final housing information for this camp will be emailed to all campers and updated on the page below.
- Dorm Hall: Crowell
- Number of Campers per Room: 2, no triples available
- Roommates: Rooms are assigned by age & roommate requests. Roommate requests must be mutual and received no later than 14 days before the start of camp. If you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity to meet someone new!
- Linens: Bed linens are NOT provided. We suggest bringing a pillow, pillow case, size Twin XL sheets, and/or a sleeping bag, and a light blanket.
- Air Conditioning: Dorm rooms will have A/C. Campers are still encouraged to bring a fan
- Evening Activities: Evening activities may include swimming, movie and pizza night, karaoke night, short court tennis night, or ultimate frisbee night.
-The pool will be reserved each Tuesday evening.
- Weekend Stayover: Not offered at this location
Nike Tennis Camps do not provide transportation to/from camp from the airports, train stations, or bus depots. If you fly into camp, we recommend that you fly into the Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU) and take a taxi (usually about $35) from the airport to Cameron Indoor Stadium/Sheffield Tennis Center. Visit www.rdu.com for alternative shuttle information.
PREPARE FOR CAMP: COMPLETE YOUR PRE-CAMP CHECKLIST
To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist. All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated!
CHECKLIST OF THINGS TO BRING
Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.
Athletic, on-court tennis clothing
Tennis shoes (no running shoes)
Sweatshirt/warm-up jacket and pants
Signed Health & Release forms and waivers (forms completed online do not need to be printed and turned in at camp)
OVERNIGHT CAMPERS ONLY:
Athletic clothing mentioned above (1-2 pairs/day)
Comfortable off-court clothing (pants/shorts, t-shirts, sweatshirts 1 pair/day)
Swimsuit and towel (subject to change)
Shower flip flops
Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)
Personal items & medications
Washcloth and bath towel
Bed sheets (if linens are not provided)
Comforter/blanket (if linens are not provided)
Pillow/pillow case (if linens are not provided)
For information regarding our cancellation policy and all other company policies, please visit USSC Policies.
NIKE TENNIS CAMP FAQ
For general questions about our tennis camps please see our FAQ page
Maximize your camp experience with SwingVision, an iPhone app that provides the following benefits when you record your play: watch a full match in 20 minutes with the dead-time automatically removed, view stats like shot placement, court positioning, shot speed, and consistency for each shot type, filter to particular shot or point types and easily create highlight videos of certain points or shots, access video analysis, and stats immediately after you finish recording, all on unlimited cloud storage.
Camp Code: TNXRDK
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:00am Wake-up and breakfast
- 8:30am Stretching / Warm-ups
- 8:45am Coaches presentation
- 9:00am Drill groups
- 11:45am Lunch
- 1:15pm Warm-up / Coaches' Presentation
- 1:30pm Point play, matches and games
- 4:30pm Afternoon session ends, campers go to dorm
- 5:15pm Dinner
- 6:30pm Evening Activity
- 10:00pm Campers to rooms
- 10:30pm Lights Out
I can't wait to come back next year!
had a great time and will definitely go back
July 8, 2016: This was my 2 sons 3rd year at the camp and first time sleeping over. They had a great time and will definitely go back next year!!!
— Jodi W. Parent
We will be back next year
6/27/2015 - Overall the camp is great. The one suggestion that we would have is on the first day of camp more time should be spent on assessment and making sure campers are equally matched with their skill level and be in a group with equal or better skill level and also get more personal attention for lesson, I know it is hard to do with a huge group. We will be back next year. My 2 boys, ages 14 and 15, went to the camp and are both on the Varsity Tennis Camp at their private school in Cary, NC and would love to wear Nike Tennis stuff to practice and spread the word about the camp, they actually "recruited" 2 extra players to join them this past camp in addition to the 2 they brought last year. Thank you so much!!!!
— Jodi W. Parent
had a blast and loved it
7/2/2015 - My sons are never thrilled with summer camp. You, however, broke the pattern this year!! They had a blast and loved it. Even considering the stayover camp for next year!
— Tupper K. Parent
look forward to many more camps
7/6/2015 - Duke tennis was amazing and look forward to many more camps.
— Breyton P. Camper
7/7/2015 - Great program with well-structured activities that are fun yet productive.
— Brian C. Camper
great week of camp
7/10/2015 - Camp was a lot of fun this year. Counselors were great , I made plenty of friends, and I was able to compete and have fun with other good players on the courts. The competition on the courts as well as the off court activities combined to make for one great week of camp! Hopefully I can come back and be a counselor next year!
— Tristan C. Camper
counselors are knowledgeable and fun
7/11/2015 - Great experience. The counselors are knowledgeable and fun to work with.
— Levi L. Camper
challenged throughout the week
6/30/2016 - My daughter really enjoyed the camp this year. She was eight at the time and we appreciate you all allowing her to participate even though she wasn't nine yet. Also because she is a high level player, I appreciate that the staff noticed this and moved her with the older kids. She was challenged throughout the week and there was also time for her to make friends with the kids closer to her age as well. Her experience at Duke makes it a high choice on her list if she plays in college. She had a lot of fun and can't wait to attend next year. The staff was great.
— Kacy T. Parent
disappointed with the lunch options
6/30/2016 - I was disappointed with the lunch options this year. They were not as good as last year. We were in a different dining hall. Many campers found food at other venues.
— Ethan S. Camper
had a blast
6/30/2016 - Braden attended in early July. He had a blast and was very proud to get home and show off his new backhand slice. He is eager to get back on the courts!
— Amy T. Parent
My kid had so much fun
7/1/2016 - The staff is phenomenal. I like that there are incentives and rewards throughout the week to encourage players who aren't the best. Anything you do to enhance the "free time" hour makes for a great camp report...and this year the reports were great! My kid had SO much fun and felt encouraged about her improvements in tennis. Thank you!!! If you are going to close out camp on Thursday you should at least make it a full day and end 30 minutes early for the ceremony. Also, the ceremony should be indoors, in the a/c and shade, like last year?!! Parents don't arrive with a layer of sunscreen and/or with clothes appropriate for baking in the sun for 30 minutes...everyone was hiding underneath bushes and trees trying to watch the ceremony.
— Laura S. Parent
counselors were very nice
7/1/2016 - Had fun, counselors were very nice and fun.
— Abby G. Camper
food was really good
7/1/2016 - I thought the food was really good.
— Chip P. Camper
Fun and enthusiastic instructors
7/3/2016 - Fun and enthusiastic instructors and very well organized especially with time for all campers on the indoor and outside courts! All of our three boys enjoyed the camp!
— Kamran M. Parent
Residence was a great time, food was excellent
7/6/2016 - My son had always wanted to attend Duke. The camp offered a great opportunity to do so. He was disappointed in the lack of coaching he received. He was hoping for some ideas and tips that are different from his full-time coach at home. Residence was a great time, food was excellent, so that was a great experience. He would have liked an opportunity to be re-assessed after the first day as he felt he would like to be in a group that was more challenging. While it may seem that my responses to this survey are negative, that is really only in place due to his response about the level of coaching.
— Laim K Parent
Camp had great food, the dorms were nice
July 7, 2019: She improved on her serving and forehand very much. Camp had great food. The dorms were nice.
— Alisha M. - Parent
food was mediocre
July 9, 2016: This 4th year I've attended the Duke Tennis Camp. The first year, the food was great - the cafeteria was open and there were lots of healthy choices. The past 3 years, though, the food was mediocre. There need to be more healthy choices for athletes!
— River J. Camper
July 14, 2016: Great experience.
— Davis C. Camper
The staff was amazing
July 14, 2016: This is my second year at Duke Tennis Camp and I thought it couldn't get better than last year...but it did! The staff was amazing, per usual, and the overall experience was topped!
— Grace S. Camper
Great overall experience
July 23, 2017: She met many new friends from all over the country with the same interest in tennis. The campus was beautiful and when in free time they had fun things to do like the movies, swimming or even more tennis practice if they wanted.
— Karen R. Parent
Excellent and challenging experience
July 17, 2017: The best part was definitely that lots of good players were gathered in one place, at all levels, from basic to advanced. Therefore the camp proved an excellent and most challenging experience. It was extremely fun to play tennis for so many hours every day! (6 hours) Wow!!! :)The days were very well planned and full of activity!
— Mikael J. Parent
Had a great time
July 6, 2017: Camryn had a great time and is already talking about next year's camp. She met some great campers and she learned how to slice!!!
— Lee W. Parent
Enjoyed the competitive nature
July 05, 2017: He enjoyed the more competitive nature of the tennis program. The instructors were nice and he really enjoyed the kids. Overall, it was helpful to his game. It would be nice if there was more than one evaluation. A written evaluation to parents on strengths and areas to develop--something short wold be nice. One thing he mentioned was there not being enough instructors that they got much individual attention--of course it is camp and not a one on one.
— Katy L. Parent
She loved it
July 02, 2017: She loved it. She wished people would put away their phones and play games and connect more when they were hanging around the dorm.
— Nancy S. Parent
Hope to return next year
July 02, 2017: Bryce enjoyed each day at camp and gained confidence with all of his swings. We flew in from out of town and hope to return next year
— Todd V. Parent
Tactics to use on and off court
July 09, 2018: Networking with other tennis players. Increase knowledge within the tennis basic fundamentals just from watching and playing with other players. Physical & mental tactics to use while on and off court
— Donna T. - Parent
Dorms were great
July 07, 2018: Lots of fun meeting new people. Playing tennis at night was a highlight. Dorms were great.
— Nancy N. - Parent
July 06, 2018: He loved the dorm experience along with the long days of tennis. He also loved all the matches he got to play. Amazing camp.
— Wendy B. - Parent
Camp increased his enthusiasm for tennis!
July 9, 2019: His enthusiasm for tennis increased. He loved to eat his meals quickly and get out on the courts for additional hitting time with his friend. He loved the food and the independence he had moving around the campus.
— Allison E. - Parent
The coaches helped his tennis game get stronger
July 5, 2019: Our son really appreciated the counselors critiquing his playing style and offering guidance and instruction on how to improve his game. They gave him positive feedback and helped his tennis game get stronger.
— Caroline C. - Parent
Counselors helped give him pointers that made a huge difference in his game
June 28, 2019: He was very excited about the counselors showing him a way to improve his forehand and felt it would make a huge difference in his playing. He was also clearly pleased with the outstanding tennis facility at Duke and the staff for the camp.
— Annette S. - Parent
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Last year over 650 Sports Camps sold out, leaving 7,000+ campers on the waitlist. Due to high demand, early registration for our first-come-first-serve camps is strongly recommended.